" There is no doubt that you know each individual pupil well and ensure that pupils receive highly tailored support where it is needed. Staff, including teaching assistants and volunteers, work very effectively together to share information about children's learning and development. This results in pupils making good, and in some cases, rapid progress. I saw clear evidence, in pupils' book and your records, that pupils make strong progress across key stage 1 in reading and writing, including lower-ability pupils."
Ofsted - Feb 2018
"The school's assessment information shows that disadvantaged pupils are making good progress from their starting points. Teachers know who disadvantaged pupils are and funding is spent appropriately to address their barriers to learning."
Ofsted - Jan 2019
2019 Progress Summary
In 2019 100% of our pupil premium pupils made good progress. This along with their attainment is detailed in the report below.
Summary of Priorities for 2021/22
To support our children:
We will be continuing our focus on targeting vulnerable pupils with recognised interventions to enable them to keep up and continue to raise their levels of attainment and progress. Examples include:
Part of the Pupil Premium funding we receive is for pupils who have a parent/s serving in the regular armed forces. This is know as Service Pupil Premium.
In order to support the needs of these pupils, we have identified specific provision which can be used to support their needs. This is detailed in the Service Grant Expenditure Report.