Healing Primary School - Pupil Premium : September 2017 update
Pupil Premium funding for 2016-17 was £48,250 which was used to support the academic and emotional/pastoral needs of children in any of the four categoroes: a) Looked After by a Local Authority b) who have ever been looked after by a local authority c) with a parent in the armed forces d) currently in receipt of free school meals e)who have ever had free school meals.
In 2016-17 we had 35 children on the Pupil Premium register.
We have used this money to employ 2 Teaching Assistant for 25 hours each to support and work with children as required with the remit of Narrowing Gaps and accelerating progress. These staff work directly with PP children around 3 times a week to support academic progress and pastoral needs
Pupil Premium Impact 2016-17
The proportion of pupils on our Pupil Premium register during 2016-17 was 10% of the school. In Year 6 there were 9 children or 17% compared to the national average of 32%. This puts the school in the lowest FSM band nationally.
Attainment information for PP children at this school:
Year 1 PHONICS screening test - 100% of our year 1 children met the standard in the phonics screening. 8% of the group were on our PP register.
Information for Key stage 1 and Key Stage 2 can be accessed using the links below.