• "Pupils enjoy trusting, respectful relationships with staff and each other. These strong relationships ensure pupils work hard and try their best.’ OFSTED 2015"
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  • "An extensive range of extra-curricular clubs at lunchtime and after school provide opportunities to develop life skills and confidence. OFSTED 2015"
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  • "‘The school’s values are at the heart of all relationships and are constantly referred to by staff and pupils ... pupils are able to talk eloquently about how to live by the values in order to become good citizens.’ OFSTED 2015"
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Pupil Premium

There are currently approx 60 children registered for pupil premium funding. The pupil premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, those looked after by the local authority and the children of armed service personnel. There is also funding available for children who have been adopted.

 

Please see below annual planning and evaluation documents which describe how we use government funding to support these children and the impact of these interventions.

 

 

  1. Pupil premium provision table 2015 2016
  2. Pupil premium evaluation and impact table 2014 2015
  3. Pupil Premium evaluation and impact table 2013 2014