The Pupil Premium Grant is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.
For the financial year 2019-20 Hallfield will receive a Pupil Premium Grant of £183,480. This is based on 139 eligible pupils. For the EYFS children, we expect a grant of £4,531.15 based on 15 eligible children (tbc).
All spending of the pupil premium grant is aimed at moving children beyond age related expectations and accelerating progress. The predominant focus is on English, Mathematics, ICT and transferring skills across the curriculum. Support will also be channelled towards raising aspirations, self-esteem and social skills in order to break the barriers and facilitate learning.
In previous financial years, the funding received was as follows:
2018-19 - £203,600 and £4,531.50 for EYFS children
2017-18 - £269,280 and £2,416.80 for EYFS children
2016-17 - £316,800 and £2,416.80 for EYFS children
2015-16 - £352,440 and £4,531.50 for EYFS children
2014-15 - £398,000
2013-14 - £334,503
2012-13 - £221,165
2011-12 - £126,850
For more detail on how we use this funding to close the performance gap please read the reports below: