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Little Leigh Primary School

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Pupil Premium

Purpose of the Funding

The pupil premium is additional funding provided to the school, over and above that provided for children, to support the achievement and inclusion of disadvantaged children. Additional funding is also provided for children who are in the care of the Local Authority or have been adopted. Little Leigh Primary has always provided additional support to less advantaged families; the introduction of this funding has allowed us to expand provision. The aim of pupil premium is to help make a parents’ duty to help their child achieve their potential in school easier. In 2012, funding was extended to include pupils who have been eligible for free school meals within the past 6 years.

Children who have been in local-authority care for 1 day or more also attract £1,900 of pupil premium funding. Funding for these pupils doesn’t go to their school; it goes to the virtual school head (VSH) in the local authority that looks after the child. VSHs are responsible for managing pupil premium funding for looked-after children.

As a relatively advantaged community with few children entitled to this funding, our allocation is small in comparison to other schools. Provision will often exceed the funding from the Department of Education and any shortfall is made up from either the school’s delegated budget or school fund.

Pupil Premium at Little Leigh Primary

Total funding received by School 2017-18

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received.

Total numbers of pupils on role.

  No. of Pupils Amount per Pupil (£) Allocation
Ever 6 FSM 13 £1320 £17,160
Ever 6 Top Up 0 £0 £0
Ever 4 Service Children 0 £0 £0
Post - LAC (adopted from Care) 5 £1900 £9,500
Total Allocation:     £26,660

 

How we plan to use it

  • Additional or small group tuition.
  • Specialist resources needed to support achievement.
  • Teaching Assistant support.
  • Access to family support worker linked to the school.
  • Contributions for educational visits – pupil premium pays for disadvantaged children, it does not fund families who choose not to make voluntary contribution.
  • Residential visits – pupil premium pays for disadvantaged children, it does not fund families who choose not to make voluntary contribution.
  • Chargeable clubs for children including all sports, music and other clubs of interest in school.
  • Musical instrument lessons.
  • Forest Schools.

Measuring the impact of the Pupil Premium spending

  • Pupil progress is tracked on a termly basis and impact of intervention groups analysed more regularly.
  • Any children at risk of not meeting targets – work adapted in light of assessments.
  • Pupil discussions / interviews.
  • Feedback from parents.

Downloads/Links

2015 - 16 Breakdown of Pupil Premuim Spend

2014 - 15 Breakdown of Pupil Premuim Spend

2013 - 14 Breakdown of Pupil Premuim Spend

Free School Meals

Who can claim for Free School Meals?
Free School Meals can be awarded for any Child that attends a school within Cheshire West and Chester area, even if they reside outside of the area, where a parent meets the qualifying criteria.  Free School Meals cannot be awarded for foster children.

Nursery aged children can receive Free School Meals if they attend a Local Authority maintained nursery school or nursery class and they attend before and after lunch sessions.  If the nursery is held on the school grounds but is managed privately Free School Meals cannot be awarded.

Do I qualify for Free School Meals?
You may qualify if you are a parent, guardian or carer and receive one of the following:

How to claim for Free School Meals

To claim for a free school meal:

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