Pupil Premium at Fullwood Primary School:
At Fullwood Primary School, we are committed to ensuring all our children make the best possible progress. We track the achievement of every child on a regular basis and do all we can to make sure each child achieves their potential. We also have a duty to ensure that no group of children are disadvantaged due to their gender, ethnic origin or family income or background.
Children are familiar with working in groups of different sizes, at different times of the day, with different adults. Children of all abilities have the opportunity to work on a 1:1 basis or in a small group with an adult. Within this type of organisation, we do give children extra support when they need it.
The Pupil Premium funding has allowed us to continue and extend what we already do – to monitor children’s progress and to give additional support when required. Children are certainly not singled out or stigmatised for getting some extra attention and we would never label a child in front of other children for receiving free school meals.
This funding will focus on the provision and implementation of individual and small group support in reading, writing and maths and the extension of first hand experiences in order to support, enhance and develop learning across the curriculum.
Please find below details about the Fullwood Primary School PPG:
|Number of pupils on roll at Fullwood||471 pupils|
|Number of pupils eligible for PPG||35 pupils|
|Amount received per pupil for PPG||£1320|
|Total amount of PPG received||
Click here for the impact statement for 2018/2019 (there is no impact statement for 2019/2020 due to an absence of data in light of there being no statutory testing and internal assessments in the summer term because of the COVID19 pandemic)
Please click here to see last year’s plan and spend
Click here for our new PPG strategy action plan for the 2020/2021 academic year (please note that this plan is subject to considerable change across the year dependant on alterations to risks assessments and the operational plan in place due to the COVID19 pandemic)