Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Funding 

Elmhurst Primary School receives a Pupil Premium Grant for each child who is entitled to receive Free School Meals or for any Looked After Children.

We are required to publish online information about how we have used the premium.

Elmhurst Pupil Premium Grant for 2018 - 2019 is £187,440 

Elmhurst Pupil Premium Grant for 2018 - 2019 was £226,800 

Elmhurst Pupil Premium Grant for 2017-2018 was £277,300 

The Governing Body have decided that this grant should be spent as follows:

  • Tuition Programme
  • Intervention Programmes
  • Booster classes for Year 6 (and Year 5 in Summer)
  • Additional Qualified Teachers
  • After school clubs
  • Breakfast club 
  • Visits abroad and residentials (subsidised spaces)
  • Other educational visits
  • Curriculum enrichment (Shakespeare, debating)
  • Triple P Parenting Program
  • Reading Clubs (Year 6, Year 1 and Year 2)

This year's pupil premium plan and evaluation are underway. 

Pupil Premium Evaluation 2017-2018

Pupil Premium Plan 2018-2019

Sports Premium

The School has been allocated a PE and Sports Premium which has been used to provide additional sports provision to extend high quality activities to help pupils achieve their personal best.

Elmhurst Sports Premium Grant for 2018-2019 is £23,160

Elmhurst Sports Premium Grant for 2018-2019 was £23,180

Elmhurst Sports Premium Grant for 2017-2018 was £23,180

We employ a Full-time Professional Coach to provide

  • Before, during and after school coaching

  • Holiday coaching activities

This year's sports premium plan and evaluation are underway. 

Sports Premium Evaluation 2017-2018

Sports Premium Plan 2018-2019

Impact

The additional provision ensures that our most vulnerable children are well provided for andreceive high quality support to help them achieve their personal best. The high standards we see in the pupils' work and SATs results demonstrates the impact that the funding has on achievement and progress.

Pupils are given the opportunity to experience cultures and historic settings that they would otherwise not normally be exposed to.

It is evident that these children, with the additional support and resources, are becoming more confident individuals who have increased confidence and are more willing to apply themselves during lessons.

Sports and Pupil Premium spending is key to promote well-being and has provided a number of vulnerable children with the opportunity to succeed.

The next pupil premium strategy meeting will take place in January 2019.