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Gretton Primary School

2014-2015

In 2014-2015 6% (8) pupils were eligible for PP funding

Pupil Premium Spending 2014-15

For the financial year 2014/15 we received £14,520 and have spent it in the following ways:

  • Towards the salary of a part time teacher to deliver personalised learning for individuals and small group tuition.
  • Towards the salary of a Learning mentor  to support children’s emotional well- being and readiness to learn
  • Subsidy for disadvantaged children, towards the cost of residential trips, educational visits and visitors in school to enhance the creative curriculum
  • Subsidy of music lessons for disadvantaged children
  • Subsidy of extra-curricular activities (where there is a charge) for disadvantaged children
  • Uniform subsidy for disadvantaged pupils

Impact of pupil premium spending 2014-2015

In 2014- 2015 progress of Pupil Premium pupils throughout the school shows that:

  • Reading -  100% (8/8) made good or better . 50% (4/8) made year group average or more progress  
  • Writing -  88% (7/8)  made good or better.  50% (4/8) made year group average or more progress.
  • Maths - 100% (8/8) made good or better. 50% (4/8) made year group average or more progress.

In 2014-2015 attainment of pupil premium throughout the school shows that:

  • 88% (7/8) PP pupils are at or above age related expectations in reading. (Pupil not at ARE is SEN)
  • 88% (7/8) PP pupils are at above age related expectations in writing. (Pupil not at ARE is SEN)
  • 100% (8/8) PP pupils are at or above age related expectations in maths. 

Core Values

  • K

    Kindness

  • C

    Co-Operation

  • A

    Ambition

  • S

    Sportsmanship

  • P

    Perseverance

  • P

    Pride

  • H

    Honesty

  • C

    Courage

  • R

    Responsibility

  • R

    Respect