Service Pupil Premium
We have 8 pupils for whom we receive this type of pupil premium. Over the past year we have continued to have an after school club for which we put on transport including a member of staff who acts as escort for the journey home. All eligible pupils (but one, who choose not to) attend the club. Parents have expressed great satisfaction with the club and the pupils are keen to stay and take part in activities.
We continue the collaboration with Aiskew and Leeming Bar Primary School in our MKC (Military Kids Club). They come to our school and take part in the activities which we provide and organise for the whole group.
Our Deputy Head with service pupil responsibility continues to work closely with the Garrison to ensure they know about our school and our pupil’s needs.
Free School Meals Pupil Premium
We have 4 pupils for whom we receive this type of pupil premium. For these pupils we ensure their personalised curriculum is appropriately tailored to their needs and staffed accordingly.
Looked After Child (LAC) Pupil Premium
We have 2 pupils for whom we receive this type of pupil premium. For these pupils we account for the Pupil Premium in their biannual LAC reviews where it is evaluated and adjusted as needed. The money is mainly spent on staffing to access regular outside play and regular pool sessions.
How do we know we are making a difference with the different types of Pupil Premium?
We analyse all pupil data termly and annually, if we believe the pupil is not making at least good progress we put in additional support. All pupil progress data in this group of pupils show at least good progress with some making excellent progress.