Pupil Premium

At Malton Community Primary School we understand that challenging socio-economic circumstances can create additional barriers to success for children. However, we are clear that these challenges can be overcome. The evidence base strongly suggests that the most effective way to improve outcomes for disadvantaged children is through excellent classroom teaching. Excellent classroom teaching can be achieved by all teachers with high qulaity professional development, sharing outstanding practice and open and honest professional conversations about learning. This is something we pride ourselves on at Malton Community Primary School. We value reflective practice, lesson study and action research and regularly share our continued professional development (CPD). Teachers complete reflective journals and use film to improve practice. We invest heavily in keeping CPD up to date. In addition, we believe children need oportunities to enrich their lives through experiences and that we must make sure that where children are unable to access these through home, the oportunities are provided for them by school. 

 

If your child is eligible for free school meals, they may also be entitled to a sum of money paid to their school, by the government, to boost their learning. This money is called ‘Pupil Premium’. The school receives £1300 for children who have qualified for free school meals at any point in the past six years. The School will be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils.

 

Impact of Pupil Premium

The support put in place for children receiving Pupil Premium results in those children making rapid progress; that is expected or better than expected progress.

 

Pupil Premium Budget

This year, we have received £77,880.

Our Pupil Premium Strategy can be downloaded here.

How we spent the funding in 2016/17 is available here: Pupil Premium Grant expenditure 2016/17. We are currently evaluating the impact of our actions. This will be fully updated in July 2017. 

How we plan to spend the funding in 2017/18 is availbale here: Pupil Premium Grant expenditure 2017/18.

Download a summary of 2016/17 expenditure here.

Downlaod a summary of 2017/18 expenditure here.

The amount received by the school in Pupil Premium funding for the school year 2015/2016 was £74,000.

You can view our 2015/16 expenditure document and our 2014/15 expenditure document.

 

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Friday, 23 June 2017