At Priory, all staff have high aspirations and ambitions for all of our children and are dedicated to providing the highest quality education and opportunity to all. We strongly believe that by overcoming barriers, all children can make outstanding progress and achieve great things.
The Pupil Premium funding that we receive from the Government, allows us to break down these barriers for children, enabling them to have the same chance in life as everybody else. Barriers that range from low self-esteem, difficulty in reading, social difficulties, poor mental health or poor relationships with their peers and many other examples. In order to break down these barriers, we listen to our children as individuals and personalise their learning through effective use of Pupil Premium funding.
The documents below detail the funding and the impact of the spending for last year, as well as our intentions for spending for the year ahead.
Our use of Pupil Premium funding at Priory was reviewed in June 2015 and again in February 2017. The report celebrated many strengths:
Please ensure that you have checked whether you child/children are entitled to this extra funding and complete the relevant paperwork so that we can ensure they access every resource that they are entitled to. Ask in the school office if you are unsure, we are here to help.
Relevant Documents Relating to Pupil Premium:
The document below will analyse PP needs for the following year at Priory based on data, as well as evaluate the strategies used last year and effectiveneess of spending.
Current Case Studies of children receiving support through Pupil premium spending
If you have any queries or concerns regarding Pupil Premium funding please ask to speak to Mrs K Thomas.