Sturminster Marshall First School

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Pupil Premium 2013-2014

Pupil Premium 2013-14

There are currently 13 pupils in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) at the school and

25 pupils are registered as having been on FSM or Service Personnel within the last 6 years.

Our FSM pupils make up 10% of the school population and our ‘FSM ever 6’ students make up 19% of the population. The government allocates extra money to schools – Pupil Premium.

Funding:  This funding is allocated to raise the attainment of FSM pupils and close the gap in attainment between FSM and non-FSM pupils.

Due to the numbers of pupils in receipt of FSM we have been allocated the following amount of pupil premium funding:

Total grant for 2013/14 =£31,000

PUPIL PREMIUM ALLOCATION 2013/14

We have allocated pupil premium funding to the following areas:-

TA support for interventions and small group work = £8,000

1:1 teachers for allocated children = £13,000

Emotional Literacy Support Assistant =£ 6,000

Residential visit to Leeson House £50 per child = £350

Educational Visits Cost:  £810

School Uniform Cost:  £300

Fruit and Vegetables:  £ 260

Resources for reading scheme:  Cost: £300

Teaching Resources Jolly Phonics, Phonic Activities, Y1 Phonic Scheme:  Cost £950

After School Clubs:  Cost: £230

iPads:   Cost:  £ 678

Total Spend: £30,878

IMPACT OF PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING:

The Pupil Premium Funding has contributed to:

  • Excellent end of Key Stage Results
  • Improved pupil confidence and self esteem
  • Increased engagement in learning
  • Increased opportunities for pupils
  • Increased support and guidance for families