Pupil Premium Grant
The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) was introduced in April 2011 for children eligible for Free School Meals, Looked After Children and children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.
We are required to report how many children are entitled to the PPG and how we spend the money.
To view our latest Pupil Premium Grant 2019/20 report you can download the PDF here
Our Pupil Premium Strategy Review takes place in October and March every year and is reviewed by the Pupil Premium Lead and Pupil Premium Link Trustee.
Here is our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2020/2021
Schools Financial Bench Marking Information:
You can find our Benchmarking Information here:
Physical Education and Sports Grant
The Physical Education and Sport Grant was first introduced in September 2013 for all children within school who had turned 5 at the census date each January.
We are required to report how many children are entitled to the PE and Sport Grant and how we spend the money. The PE and Sports Grant is reviewed inline with our budget each year.
Here is our latest Lanesend Physical Education and Sports 2019-20 Grant report:
The Purpose of Premium Funding
The premium must be used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport, encouraging all children to take part in physical activity provided by the school. We plan to engage children through a variety of methods, providing targeted activities or support to involve and encourage children, carrying out these activities in break, lunch and after school.
Our Impact and Planned Impact
· Increase in availability of sport based after school clubs, increasing children’s levels of fitness and skill whilst simultaneously encouraging children to take part in sport which they might otherwise not have participated in.
· Clubs are presenting the opportunity for children to showcase their skills and participate in competition.
· Ballet in year 1 and 2 helps to develop skills such as agility, balance and coordination so that the fundamental skills are embedded at a young age.
· Football games at lunchtime have decreased behaviour incidents and allowed more children to access this sport. We have also introduced an invite club for girls’ football, which has had great success.
· Golden miles have improved fitness across the school, we placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the Island Cross Country event.
Swimming is a national curriculum requirement. The three requirements for swimming and water safety are that by the end of Key Stage 2 pupils should be taught to:
· Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters.
· Use a range of strokes effectively, for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke.
· Perform a safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.
· 75% of our 38 cohort are able to meet the national curriculum requirements.