Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is money that is allocated to schools for children who are eligible (or have been during the past six years) for Free School Meals (FSM) in order to close the attainment gap. At Park Lane Primary School we have a number of children who are elligible for funding. Our approach to pupil premium in 2012/2013 contributed to improving the outcomes for FSM pupils.

The money was used for: 

• Teacher or Adult led small group and individual work to suit the needs of the child 
• Adult led sessions focussing on pupils’ emotional and social wellbeing 
• It also included the following interventions and opportunities:

        • Booster group teaching
        • Subsidising residential and day school trips 
        • 1:1 tuition sessions
        • Homework Club
        •  Breakfast Club
        •  Enrichment activities e.g. after school clubs
        •  Music tuition
        •  Providing children with equipment

This Financial Year (2013/2014) when the funding is allocated in April 2014 for pupils who are eligible for Free School Meals, Park Lane Primary School will once again spend the money to benefit these pupils in school, in line with the successful strategies employed in the previous financial year

PPG Allocation and Evaluation 2017-18

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PPG Allocation and Evaluation 2016-17

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PPG Allocation and Evaluation 2015-16

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