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Kingsnorth Primary School

KingsnorthChurch of England Primary School

Pupil Premium Allocation

For a link to the Department for Education (DFE) schools performance tables that shows data for different groups, including pupil premium, please click here.

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of funding made by the Government to support children who may be vulnerable to underachievement. There are several categories for which this funding is allocated and the amount that the school receives is dependent on the numbers of children who are in these categories.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding it receives and how this funding is to be used. 

At Kingsnorth CEP School we aim:-

  1. To ensure that learning and teaching meets the needs of all pupils.
  2. To ensure that appropriate provision is made for all children in all socially disadvantaged groups and these needs are assessed and met.
  3. To understand that not all children allocated the Pupil Premium are disadvantaged but that this funding could be used to develop improved outcomes for those children.
  4. To allocate the funding after a 'Needs Analysis' to ensure that it is allocated to identified pupils or groups.

Currently, we will have an allocation for Pupil premium of approximately £76,000.  The intention is to spend this allocation as we have done in previous years but with an emphasis on 'closing the gaps' through booster groups and targeted intervention. To see intentions and outcomes for Pupil Premium allocation, please click here.

In the Year 2019 to 2020 the school received £76,000 in Pupil Premium. This was used to:

  • Resource (including staffing) the Read, Write Inc Literacy project which was used to develop Phonics, Reading and Writing skills across Key Stage 1 and 2.  This also included staff training and 1 to 1 interventions.

  • Purchase the participation in the “Achievement for All” programme, that aims to support pupil Well being.  This included a training and development programme.

  • Small group intervention provided by Learning Support Assistants.

  • Play Therapy
  • Support for families who have children in these groups to take part in educational and residential trips and swimming lessons.

  • Funding for Breakfast club as needed.

  • Computer equipment and software for use with booster classes and homework clubs, with additional software to support specific needs such as dyslexia.
  • Items of school uniform and equipment.
  • Booster groups and individual tuition by class teachers.
  • Family Liaison Officer

Progress to date this year:

To see intentions and outcomes for Pupil Premium allocation, including previous data, please click here.

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