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Pupil Premium Expenditure

Pupil Premium Stategy 2019-2020

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support their disadvantaged pupils and close the attainment gap between them and their peers.

The funding is carefully targeted and is used to support disadvantaged pupils to achieve the highest levels. Appropriate support and additional resources most likely to improve outcomes, are put into place.

The progress of these pupils is carefully monitored by all staff, the head teacher and governors.

Our school currently sits in the lowest 20% of schools nationally for pupils who are known to be eligible for pupil premium.

Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-2019

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017-2018 

Hawes Primary School Pupil Premium grant allocation £8323 for  2016/17

Barriers to learning

  • Large class sizes
  • Mixed aged groups
  • Gaps in learning from previous year’s curriculum

Rationale for strategies

By utilising TAs to offer both small group and intervention at the point of learning we can ensure that children can make good progress and reduce gaps in their learning.

By ensuring that we have the right support materials it means that pupils are adequately supported and teacher have the appropriate resources to utilise.

By providing financial support for appropriate extra-curricular activities it means that no child misses out on the social integration and improved confidence which these activities can develop.





High quality TA interventions for targeted support identified from Pupil Progress meetings personalised to ensure good rates of progress.

Ensure all disadvantaged children are making at least good progress and are on track to attain at least expected ARE English and Maths by the end of KS2.




86% of PP children are at age related expectation at the end of the year.

All have made good progress from their starting points.


Provide support materials with appropriate guidance and related learning activities.

Ensure pupils are supported in their learning and continue to improve their progress particularly including the more able.



86% of PP children are at age related expectation at the end of the year.


Provide financial support for appropriate extra-curricular activities, enhancement activities

and visits

Disadvantaged pupils are subsidised on educational visits and specialist enhancement activities. The impact of this support contributes to pupils’ improved confidence and social integration, and further enhances pupils’ progress.



Two children have accessed this and this has meant that onechild has been able to access trips and extra-curricular activities whilst another was able to attend a residential trip. Both children have increased in confidence and engagement in their learning.



£8380 total




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