Pupil Premium Grant – Durdan’s Park Primary School Statement
Pupil Premium funding was first allocated to schools in April 2011. It is paid directly to schools and is to be used to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to therefore ensure that the gap narrows between these pupils and their peers.
The school has received the following amount of funding over recent years –
2014/15 – £127,400
2015/16 – £128,847
2016/17 – £127,633
2017/18 – £117,900
The school receives an amount of money for each pupil, of compulsory school age who is eligible.
There are different categories of eligibility, each one attracts a different amount of funding.
For the Year 2017/18 the funding that can be accessed by children a Durdan’s Park Primary School will be as follows:
Pupils in Year groups Reception to Year 6 entitled to free school meals or who have claimed free school meals during the last 6 years. (Ever 6) = £1,320 per pupil
Looked after Children = £1,900
Post LAC = £1,900
Pupils recorded as Ever 4 service children (parents in the armed forced) = £300
Pupil Premium funding is allocated based on data submitted in the January Census.
At Durdan’s Park Primary School we are committed to raising the attainment of all pupils and therefore interventions and additional support is set based on individual needs taking into account any barriers each pupil may be facing. Progress of all pupils is reviewed termly and the support needed by individual pupils is amended as a result.
The progress and attainment of pupils in receipt of the PPG is reported on termly. This information, along with a breakdown of the overall expenditure is reported to Governors annually.
The Pupil Premium Strategy will next be reviewed in the Summer of 2018.
The school’s report on Pupil Premium Expenditure for 2016- September 2017 can be read by using the link below:
The school’s report on Pupil Premium Expenditure for 2017- September 2018 can be read by using the link below: