The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and in 2012–13 individual schools were allocated funding for children from low-income families who were eligible for free school meals, looked after children and those from families with parents in the Armed Forces.
The progress of disadvantaged children is tracked carefully and pupil progress meetings take place on a termly basis to ensure that this group of children are achieving as well as other groups. End of year outcomes are also analysed and feed into school improvement planning for this group children:
Timetable of tracking and analysis:
- School improvement priorities established by September 2021
- Pupil progress meeting 1: Nov 2021
- Pupil progress meeting 2: Feb 2022
- Pupil progress meeting 3: June 2022
- End of year data analysis: July 2022
You can view or download our Pupil Premium allocation and find out how this has been used at our school.
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Strategy 2021-2024
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Statement 2020-21
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Funding Spend 2020-21
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Funding Spend 2019-20
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Funding Spend 2018-19
- Dene House – Pupil Premium Funding Spend 2017-2018
- Dene House – Pupil Premium EYFS 2019
- Dene House – Pupil Premium KS1 2019
- Dene House – Pupil Premium KS2 Attainment 2019
- Dene House – Pupil Premium KS2 Progress 2019
Recovery Premium Funding
In February 2021, the government announced a one-off recovery premium as part of its package of funding to support education recovery. The recovery premium provides additional funding for state-funded schools in the 2021 to 2022 academic year. Building on the pupil premium, this funding will help schools to deliver evidence-based approaches for supporting disadvantaged pupils.
The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding.
This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.
The purpose of spending is to ensure teachers improve their teaching of PE and sports, by working with specialist coaches and/or the Easington Schools Sports Partnership to adopt, apply and develop best practice. Through the guidance provided by external skilled, expert practitioners, teachers’ pedagogy and skills will be enhanced so that they can provide high quality PE and sports, year on year. Through spending, teachers will become upskilled in their curriculum knowledge and delivery. Through the Sports Premium, equipment and resources will be purchased strategically so that they can be used year on year to enhance school’s offer.
School’s funding for 2021-22 is £18,320.
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