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PE Premium

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide quality primary physical education (PE) and school sport. Each school receives £8,000 plus an additional £5 per pupil for those two years.

PE Premium Data 2013/14

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PE Premium Data 2014/15

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PE Premium Data 2015/16

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Pupil Premium is a sum of money allocated to schools to close the attainment gap between those eligible for free school meals and their wealthier peers.

Disadvantaged pupils are pupils that have been recorded as eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last
six years (Ever 6 FSM) or pupils in care who have been continuously looked after for more than six months by the local authority.

Apply for free school meals

Children from households with lower incomes may be entitled to free school meals.  Families who are currently paying for school meals will save around £400 a year for each primary school child if they are entitled to free school meals and Barrington School has a system which means it is impossible for other pupils to know who is receiving free school meals. School children who are eligible for free school meals are entitled to a two course meal worth £2.25 every day at primary school. Children who are entitled to free school meals might also qualify for help with transport cost
Read more about free school meals in our fact sheet; Can we "count you in?"

When you apply for free school meals, you will also allow your school to receive Pupil Premium - extra money to support children from families on lower incomes, please apply for free school meals.

Pupil Premium 2016-17

In 2016-2017, Barrington Primary will be allocated £17,460 of funding to support pupils who are eligible for pupil premium grant (PPG).

Analysis of the challenges that face our children who are eligible for pupil premium reveals that most of them have complex and changing home situations in which the majority of the child care responsibility falls on a single parent.

Following the analysis of what worked during 2015-16 and the current needs of the children with pupil premium funding we are planning to use the funding in the following ways during 2016-17:

We intend to use this to support our children with high quality teaching and training for teachers, priority reading support and small group and individual pre and post teaching to support pupils in their academic development.
We also run a variety of interventions across the school to support pupil’s social skills and their wellbeing, this includes funding for class outings and supporting the cost of access to extended sports provsion after school.

In addition to the focused teaching interventions provided to pupils listed here, we also use teaching approaches which close the gap in attainment outlined below.

Objectives in spending 2016/2017:

To raise outcomes for pupils through:
• Additional English and Mathematics support to personalise learning and raise outcomes for pupils

• Using the Achievement for All approach to engaging parents with their children’s education and providing parents with support to enable them to work with their children at home.

• Providing social and emotional support/interventions to improve self-esteem and behaviour
• Enhanced/improved cultural capital – trips, activities, extra curriculum activities and support with uniform, materials etc.

Summary of planned spending throughout the year:
• Sensory Circuits group

• Pre and post lesson support to enable all children to succeed in whole class lessons
• Spirals club (Social, communication & interaction support)
• Inference skills support – reading comprehension support
• Nurture Club (BFG – Barrington Family Group)
• Individual or small group additional tuition for children
• 1st Class@maths and Success@arithmetic interventions
• Change 4 life club (social, behaviour, attendance and attainment support through physical activity)
• Lunchtime magic and multi-skills clubs
• Lunchtime sports coach
• Access to after school football and gym club
• Individual and group interventions run across the school in classes for EYFS – Y6 in classes
• Individual counselling through allyance counselling service

If you would like to read in more detail how we allocate support and funding and track the impact of what we do please click on the links below.

Pupil Premium  2015-16 and 2016-17

Pupil Premium Prgress Tracking Autumn 2016

to see how we track the progress of ouor Pupil Premium children click on the link below

Pupil Premium data 2013/14

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Pupil Premium data 2014/15

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 Barrington C of E Primary School

Haslingfield Road
CB22 7RG
United Kingdom

  01223 71 22 73

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