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Throston Primary School

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Pupil Premium

 

The main aim of the pupil premium funding within Throston Primary is to:

1) Raise attainment;

2) Improve non-academic outcomes, such as improving pupils’ mental health and attendance.

 

2020 to 2021 Pupil Premium

2021 to 2022 Pupil Premium
Our Grant Allocation: £138,705
Percentages based on school roll as of 21/09/2021.

Adopted from Care - £2345 (13 children) = £30,485
Service Children - £310 (2 children, one in Year 1 and one in Year 7) = £620
Disadvantaged - £1345 (80 children) = £107,600
Look After Children - 2 (One from Year 6 and one from Year 7)

 

Pupil PremiumYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6Year 7TOTAL
LAC00000112
Adopted From Care231301313
Service Children10000012
Disadvantaged1111121710121285
TOTAL CHILDREN1413121910131596
NUMBER ON ROLL605956536060n/a398*
%23.322.021.435.816.721.7n/a24.1

 

*including Reception.

 

FREE SCHOOL MEALS (as of 23/09/2021):
 

Year GroupRecep.Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6TOTAL
Number71313121611880
Cohort50605956536060398
%21.721.722.021.430.218.313.320.1


2020/2021 National Average = 20.8%

https://explore-education-statistics.service.gov.uk/find-statistics/school-pupils-and-their-characteristics

 

EARLY YEARS PUPIL PREMIUM (AS OF 21/09/2021):

9 children, entitled to £302/Year. More about EYPP and the DAF (Disability Access Fund) can be ascertained from: https://www.gov.uk/get-extra-early-years-funding

 

Reception (01/09/2016 to 31/08/2017)
4 Children Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.

Year 1 (01/09/2015 to 31/08/2016)

2 Children Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.

1 Child Disadvantaged not Current Free School Meals.

Year 2 (01/09/2014 to 31/08/2015)
2 Children Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.
1 Child AfC and Disadvantaged.

 

Year 3 (01/09/2013 to 31/08/2014)
1 Child has left the school.

1 Child Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.
1 Child AfC and Disadvantaged.

 

Year 4 (01/09/2012 to 31/08/2013)
1 Child has left the school.

1 Child Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.

1 Child Disadvantaged not Current Free School Meals.

1 Child AfC and Disadvantaged.

 

Year 5 (01/09/2011 to 31/08/2012)
1 Child has left the school.

3 Children Free School Meals - Future Pupil Premium.

1 Child Disadvantaged not Current Free School Meals.

 

Year 6 (01/09/2010 to 31/08/2011)

4 Children Disadvantaged not Current Free School Meals.

1 Child LAC and Disadvantaged.

 

Year 7
1 Child LAC/AfC and Disadvantaged.

 

The above funding has been linked to the following spends:


Employees = £66,341
Additional Teacher: £43,184

Additional Admin Staff with emphasis on Wellbeing and Attendance: £13,556

Additional Support Staff: £9,601

 

Transport = £3,500
Pupil Travel: £2,500
Taxi Costs: £1,000

Supplies and Services = £35,426
ICT Learning Resources: £10,000
Performing Rights: £500
Chess: £1,664
Drama: £1,500
Assessment Support: £2,000
Music: £13,012
Educational Visits: £2,000
Outdoor Activity Centres: £4,000
Rewards: £500

Library Service Buyback: £250

 

Capitation = £2,500


Leases = £11,513

 

Extended Services = £19,425

 

Total Pupil Premium = £138,705

 

Our new statement will be published before December 2021 via the template located at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-strategy-statements. The new statement will include:

 

☑ a summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at Throston Primary;

☑ how we spend the pupil premium to overcome barriers and the reasons for our approach;

☑ how we measure the effect of the pupil premium.
 

The report will also state how we used the pupil premium from the previous academic year and the impact on eligible children.

Page updated: 21/09/2021.

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