Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is a payment from the Government which is in addition to the school budget. 
The money is allocated to school to support children who are from low-income families who: 
• are known to be eligible for Free School Meals;
• have been looked after (in the care of the Local Authority) continuously for more than six months
• have parents who are currently employed by the Armed Forces.
  
Schools are free to spend Pupil Premium funding as they consider appropriate to most benefit the needs of their pupils.  From September 2012 all schools are required to publish on the school website how their Pupil Premium funding has been spent and what impact this has had on pupil progress and achievement.

This year, our pupil premium is £115,825.  This money will be used to provide:
  • Booster teachers for reading, writing and maths across Key Stage 2
  • Increased access to digital technology (laptops, iPads etc.) to facilitate remote education and develop provision within school
  • Access to learning apps and platforms e.g. Spelling Shed, Now Press Play, Fiction Express, My Maths, Nessy etc.
  • Speech and Language Support
  • FLO Support
  • Attendance and Welfare Support
  • Forest School
  • Curriculum Enrichment
  • Support for parents
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing support across the school

Further details can be found here: Park Way Pupil Premium Strategy document 2020-2021

Last year, our pupil premium is £111,676.  This money was used to provide:
  • Booster Teachers to ensure maths can be taught in single year group classes
  • Booster Teachers to target specific areas of reading and writing
  • Speech and Language Support
  • Learning Mentor Support
  • Forest School
  • Attendance and Welfare Support
  • Curriculum Enrichment
  • EAL Support
  • Empowerment programme for parents
  • In school intervention

Further details can be found here: