Sports and pupil premiums are additional funding allocated to schools by the Government to either support specific groups of children or to improve the quality of sport and PE for all children. Specific information on the amount of funding received, how it has been used and the effect this has had on the children of the school can be found under the relevant sections.
Pupil Premium (PP) is a specific funding stream that is targeted at pupils from deprived backgrounds who are likely, according to National data, to underachieve. The Government has defined these children as being Free School Means (FSM), Service children and Looked After Children (LAC).
The school decides how to utilise the funding as it is recognised at Government level that they are best placed to assess and identify the additional provision to be made. Funding and expenditure is clearly tracked to close the attainment gap and enable children to overcome the barriers and challenges they face.
The purpose of Pupil Premium is to:
At Roding we are strongly committed to enabling every child to achieve as highly as possible and we aim to support PP children to make accelerated progress and close the attainment gap. We use a variety of ways in which to achieve this, including but not limited to:
Pupil Premium Spending 2014-2015
Detailed information on the Policy adopted for PP and the record of how the grant is being used during 2015-2016 can be found in the following documents:
The government is allocating £450 million for the academic years 2013-16 to provide new funding for primary school sport. The money will go directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all children. Each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year for those two years. Here at Roding that will mean we receive £12,000 a year. Schools must spend the sports funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but have the freedom to choose how they do this.
At Roding we are strongly committed to PE and this is evident in the increasingly wide range of activities offered in and out of school, including being involved in competitive sports. We work with a number of specialist providers to ensure we deliver high quality provision. We recognise that PE plays an important role in the health and wellbeing of children and the positive impact PE and extra-curricular activities can have on the attitudes, confidence and academic achievement of all our children. We are using our PE and Sports Premium grant to:
P.E. and Sports Premium Spending 2014-2015
Detailed information on this academic years grant can be found in the following document:
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