From 1st September 2012, schools have been required to publish details of their Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment. As the school has an exceedingly small number on roll, it is inappropriate to provide too much specific information in a public domain which may identify and unfairly draw attention to individuals. The school receives PP funding for two pupils.
One pupil has attracted pupil premium funding of £300 per annum since 2015-16 which was initially used to develop social confidence through funded drama classes. Since January 2017, an audit of needs led to a change in strategy, since which one to one mathematics tuition has been delivered.
Another pupil has attracted the full pupil premium funding since 2017-18. Following an audit of needs assessment, the money is being spent on meeting social needs through funded participation in after school clubs and school trips. Extra Teaching Assistant time is also being allocated to help improve social integration through circle time.
The school's effectiveness in spending allocated pupil premium money is reviewed as a standing item at each governor pupil progress meeting. Meetings are held termly. No pupils have taken end of key stage assessment tests in the past 3 years.