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How we use our Pupil Premium Funding 

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Expenditure Report 2016 – 2017

Pupil Premium Funding 2016-2017

Nimber of pupils on roll                             204

Number of pupils eligible for PP                39                                    

Percentage of children eligible for PP     19%

Allocated PP funding                                 £51,160

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to school to support specific groups of children who may be vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include: children who are entitled to free school meals (including children who have been eligible for free school meals in the past 6 years); those looked after by someone other than the family; those who are adopted and the children of service personnel.

Pupil Premium Provision 2016-2017

Nature of Support

  • Intervention programmes designed to support children’s individual needs
  • Adult support for individuals and small groups
  • Additional teaching support for individuals and small groups
  • Subsidies for school trips, clubs, uniform
  • Subsidies for residential trips
  • Experience days
  • Meetings for teachers and assistant head to monitor progress and interventions

Focus of Support

  • Speech and language development
  • Helping children to develop appropriate social skills and provide emotional support
  • Maths and English
  • Reading comprehension
  • Jump Ahead child development programme
  • Broadening life experiences
  • Monitoring impact

Impact of Support

(To be completed July 2017)






Pupil Premium Expenditure Report 2015 – 2016

Pupil Premium, is additional to main school funding, and sets out 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 children of service personnel.


Medmerry spends its allocation on:

Provision of adult support in the classroom and through withdrawal for small booster work.

Before & after school clubs and for school trips

Provision of specialist interventions

IT equipment


Pupil Premium Provision 2014 – 2015

Nature of Support

  • Intervention programmes organised by the SENCO
  • Adult support for individuals and small groups
  • Additional teaching support for individuals and small groups
  • Subsidies for school trips, clubs, uniform
  • Experience days
  • Purchasing wider range of graded reading texts to support and motivate able readers

Focus of Support

  • Speech and language development
  • Helping children to develop appropriate social skills and provide emotional support
  • Maths and English
  • Reading comprehension
  • Jump Ahead child development programme
  • Home / school liaison

Impact of Support

  • In Year 2, 2 of the 3 children who are eligible achieved a level appropriate for their age, or higher, in reading, writing and maths.
  • In Year 6, all of the children who are eligible achieved a level appropriate for their age, or higher, in reading, writing and maths.
  • All children were able to take part in school trips.
  • Children feel supported and know they have a designated adult to turn to for emotional support, particularly during break and lunch times.
  • Children in KS1, on the Jump Ahead programme, have increased confidence and improved speaking and listening skills.