The pupil premium provides funding for children:
- Who have been in receipt of free school meals (FSM) at any point in the past six years (£1320 per child)
- Who have been continuously looked after for the past six months (£1300per child)
Schools are held accountable for the spending of these monies, performance tables will capture the achievement of disadvantaged children covered by the pupil premium.
Coppice Primary Academy is committed to providing effective resources and ensuring vital support is in place for our disadvantaged children to improve their academic outcomes.
The three focus priorities:
- To narrow the gap in attainment and progress for children in receipt of pupil premium
- To improve the outcomes of high attaining children in receipt of pupil premium
- To improve the curriculum engagement, learning toolkit and aspirations for children in receipt of pupil premium
Context Pupil Premium 2017-18:
- Coppice Primary Academy is committed to providing effective resources and ensuring vital support is in place for our disadvantaged children to improve their academic outcomes.
- This document details the impact of the proposed spend of Pupil Premium September 2017 – July 2018 and evaluates the impact of the Pupil Premium Development Plan.
- Coppice is above the national school deprivation indicator 0.3 compared to national 0.2
- 9% of the school population are in receipt of Pupil Premium or Ever 6 resulting in an allocation of £180840 based on 137 Ever 6 (E6) children and £2718.90 for 9 children in receipt of the Early Years pupil premium to support the learning of the most disadvantaged pupils at Coppice Primary Academy.
- There are 96 children identified as being in receipt of Pure Pupil Premium and a further 24 children with SEND and in receipt of Pupil Premium.
Annual PP Report and analysis 2017-18
Pupil Premium Development Plan 2018 / 2019
Special Educational Needs and / or Disibilities Information Report 2018 / 2019