Pupil Premium Summer 14

Pupil  Premium  Summer Term 2014


Funding Allocation for April 2014 / April 2015

Allocation £2,646

Pupil Premium is allocated to schools from central Government to support children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. Schools are free to spend the money as they see fit and  are required to publish this information online.


Our school allocation for April 2014/ April 2015  from central Government = £2,646


Even though at Cranham we have a very small proportion of children who are eligible for pupil premium we are committed to ensuring all our children make the best possible progress. We track the achievement of every pupil on a regular basis and do all we can to make sure each child achieves their potential.


Note: given the number of pupils involved specific costings and progress data are no recorded on the website


What do we want to do?

We want to ensure that no child fees disadvantaged, academically or socially, and that all children have full access to the extended  curriculum. We intend to to help the most vulnerable children to close the gap with both their emotional and academic needs. We will  provide for the whole child recognising the important role additional agencies can provide

What did we decide to do? What are we spending the Pupil Premium funding on?

We are providing funding for school trips -

We are Funding a CAF qualified HTLA to work as a family support working and liaise with outside agencies to ensure best provision to pupils social and emotional well-being.

We are providing tailored intervention programmes to close the gap in attainment

Summer term

HTLA pastoral support  and additional provision

HLTA transfer days

Maths intervention

 Trips – including week residential


What has been the impact so far?

Pupil premium children were able to play a full part in all aspects of school lifestyles.

Pupil premium pupils were fully supported with transition.

Pupil premium pupils were supported in raising attainment.