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Pupil Premium (2013-2014) - Infant School

Pupil Premium

St Joseph’s Catholic Infants’ School.

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure

Report to Parents: 2013/14




In April 2011, The Department for Education introduced the Pupil Premium. In 2013 this gave schools £625 million of extra funding to close attainment gaps for disadvantaged pupils and this Figure has Increased year on year.


The pupil premium is designed to address inequality by giving every school and teacher the resources they need to help their most disadvantaged pupils, allowing them the freedom to respond appropriately to individual circumstances.


Overview of the school


Number of pupils and pupil premium (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll


Total number of pupil eligible for PPG


% eligible for the Deprivation Pupil Premium


Amount of PPG received per pupil


Amount of PPG received



Nature of support 2013/14

Additional part time inclusion leader and support teacher

Speech, Communication and Language Therapy support

Small group support on focus areas

Art specialists

Music tuition

Subsidised sport tuition – autumn term year 1

Subsidised educational trips, outings and workshops


Curriculum focus of PPG spending 2013/14

Support for pupils with specific needs

Individual and group support for targeted pupils in English and Mathematics

Creative Arts

Educational extension activities. Personal and social development


Measuring the impact of PPG spending

School tracking illustrates progress termly and specifies progress of targeted groups.

Data analysis of statutory testing is used to evaluate progress and impact of interventions


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