Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure
Since April 2012 all schools receive funding known as Pupil Premium, which is paid to schools in respect of each child that is looked after, a service child or a child who is in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM). Schools are held accountable for how they spend this additional funding to ensure that it benefits children’s progress and attainment.
To ensure that parents and others are fully aware of the attainment of those pupils covered by the Pupil Premium, schools are required to assess and publish (online) the impact that this additional funding has had on these children. The information should include:
- The level of pupil premium received by the school in the current academic year and levels of funding received in previous academic years.
- How the school has spent the pupil premium and why it has decided to spend it in the way it has.
- Any differences made to the learning and progress of pupils eligible for the pupil premium as shown by performance data and evidence.
Pupil Premium Statement 2016-2017
Please click here to view the Kingsclere Primary School Pupil Premium funding statement for 2016-2017.
Pupil Premium Statement 2015-2016
Please click here to view the allocation of Kingsclere Primary School's Pupil Premium funding for 2015-2016.
Allocation of funds 2014-2015
Please click here to view the allocation of Kingsclere Primary School's Pupil Premium funding for 2014-2015.
Pupil Premium Progress Summary 2013-2014
Please click here to view Kingsclere Primary School's Pupil Premium funding for 2013-2014.
|Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received|
|Total number of pupils on roll||220|
|Total number of pupils eligible for PPG||21|
|Amount of PPG received per pupil||
Apr 12 - Apr 13
|Total amount of PPG received||£13,083|
|Provision – how we use the money|
The range of provision the school is using includes:
|Focus/Objectives of PPG spending 2011/12a)|
|Impact of PPG spending to January 2013|
Key Stage 1
Our average point score data for our free school meal (FSM) children at Key Stage 1 was above national in all subjects apart from Maths where we were just in line (0.1 below).
KS2 July 2012
Children achieving a level 4 or above:
Children achieving a level 5: