Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium are the additional funds the school receives to support children who have Free School Meals or have had Free School Meals in the last six years, are in the care of the local authority or whose parents are in the armed forces.

At Park Hill children who are in receipt of Pupil Premium are able to access school trips and visits at no cost, receive financial support to attend after school clubs and support towards music tuition.

We have a Pupil Premium Strategy Document which can be accessed here:

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017 18

 

If you think your child is eligible for Free School Meals, please click the link:

http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals

 

To see our previous year's strategy please click: 

2016 2017 Strategy

 

2015 - 2016

 

The pupil premium allocation for the financial year 2015 - 2016 is £26,640.

This money is being used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways: 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of pupil premium in any related educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a pupil's attendance.

  • Providing targeted small group support work in writing, reading and maths to ensure that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better national expectations. This has mainly focused on Grammar, Punctuation and Vocabulary support.  

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in any related out of hours school clubs, where financial issues might prevent a pupils attendance.

Impact 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend educational activities and trips.

  • All children in receipt of pupil premium are making expected or better progress in reading and writing and the majority of children are making expected or better progress in maths.

  •  All children in receipt of pupil premium received 1:1 or small group additional support which was targeted at key areas of need.

  • A very large majority of children in receipt of pupil premium are on track or beyond on track to meet end of year expectations.
  • Children in receipt of Pupil Premium are generally as likely to meet end of year expectations as the rest of their cohort. In several cases they are doing better than the year group cohort in general.  
  • All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium were able to attend out of hours school clubs or take part in music lessons. 

 

2014 - 2015

The pupil premium allocation for the financial year 2014 - 2015 is £23,900.

This money is being used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways:

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of pupil premium in any related educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a pupil's attendance. 

  • Providing targeted small group support work in writing, reading and maths to ensure that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better national expectations. 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in any related out of hours school clubs, where financial issues might prevent a pupils attendance.

Impact

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend educational activities. 

  • 100% achieved level 4 or better at the end of KS2 in Reading and 83% of children achieved level 4 or better in Writing and Maths 

  • 83% children made expected progress across Key Stage 2 in reading, writing and maths. 

  • 33% of children made better than expected progress in reading across Key Stage 2. 

  • All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium were able to attend out of hours school clubs. 

 

2013 - 2014

 The pupil premium allocation for the financial year 2013 - 2014 is £15,300.

This money is being used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways:

 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of pupil premium in any related educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a pupil's attendance. 

  • Providing targeted small group support work in writing, reading and maths to ensure that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better national expectations. 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in any related out of hours school clubs, where financial issues might prevent a pupils attendance.

      

    Impact

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend educational activities. 

  • 5 children were in receipt of Pupil Premium at the end of Key Stage 2. 

  • 80% achieved level 4 or better then expected levels for the end of KS2 in Reading and Writing.  60% of these children achieved level 4 or better then expected levels for the end of KS2 in Maths. 

  • All children made expected progress from KS1 to KS2 in Reading and Writing or better. 

  • 60% of these children made expected progress from KS1 to KS2 in Maths. 

  • All pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium were able to attend out of hours school clubs.

     

    2012 - 2013 

    The pupil premium allocation for the financial year 2012 - 2013 is £10,591. 

    This money is being used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways: 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of pupil premium in any related educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a pupil's attendance. 

  • Providing targeted small group support work in writing, reading and maths to ensure that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better national expectations. 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in any related out of hours school clubs, where financial issues might prevent a pupils attendance.

     

    Impact 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend educational activities. 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium at the end of Key Stage 2 (July 2013) achieved or bettered national expectations in reading, writing and maths. 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend out of hours school clubs.

     

    2011 - 2012 

    The pupil premium allocation for the financial year 2011 - 2012 is £5,082.50. 

    This money is being used specifically to support pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in the following ways:

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of pupil premium in any related educational activities, where financial issues might prevent a pupil's attendance. 

  • Providing targeted small group support work in writing, reading and maths to ensure that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium achieve or better national expectations. 

  • Ensure participation of pupils in receipt of the pupil premium in any related out of hours school clubs, where financial issues might prevent a pupils attendance.

     

    Impact 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend educational activities. 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium at the end of Key Stage 2 (July 2012) achieved or bettered national expectations in reading, writing and maths. 

  • All pupils in receipt of the pupil premium were able to attend out of hours school clubs.

     

If you think your child is eligible for Free School Meals, please click the link.