From 1st September 2012, schools have been required to publish details of their Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment.
The school received no pupil premium funding in 2014-15. One pupil has attracted pupil premium funding of £300 per annum since 2015-16 which has been used to develop social confidence through drama classes and since January 2017 has been invested in tuition to develop mathematics.
Another pupil has attracted the full pupil premium funding since 2017-18. The money is being spent on meeting her 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.