Pupil premium

 

Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is allocated to children who are known to be or have previously been eligible for free school meals, those whose parents are in the armed forces and for children who are in care or have been adopted from care.

At Weetwood we aim to provide all children, regardless of the income of their families or social circumstances, with a high quality education.  The progress and attainment of pupils in receipt of pupil premium is carefully tracked on a termly basis and provision is put in place to ensure they make at least expected progress.

Pupil Premium money allocated for the current academic year 2015/2016: £11,000

There are 7 pupils currently at Weetwood who qualify for Pupil Premium funding.

Here is how we plan to use Pupil Premium money in 2015/2016:

  • Targeted interventions for Maths and English
  • Residential visits
  • Educational visits

Pupil Premium money for 2014/2015: £10,300

This is how we used the Pupil Premium money in 2014/2015:

  • Targeted interventions for Maths and English
  • Educational visits

There were 7 pupils at Weetwood during 2014/2015 who qualify for Pupil Premium funding.

Progress during the 2014/2015 academic year

Reading
3 pupils made good progress and 4 pupils made very good progress
Writing
3 pupils made good progress and 4 pupils made very good progress
Maths
3 pupils made good progress and 4 pupils made very good progress

Attainment at July 2015
Reading
1 Pupil is below year group expectations, 2 pupils are at year group expectations and 4 pupils are above year group expectations.
Writing
1 pupil is below year group expectations, 4 pupils are at year group expectations and 2 pupils are above year group expectations.
Maths
2 pupils are below year group expectations , 3 pupils are at year group expectations and 2 pupils are above year group expectations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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