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Pupil Premium 

What is the Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is a grant given to schools by the government to support the most vulnerable pupils to achieve, reach their full potential and be successful. The amount of funding received is determined by the number of pupils who are eligible for free school meals. The funding is to support all FSM pupils, LAC and Armed forces children. The grant received by Gwladys Street Nursery and Primary school is £238,000 for the financial year 2016-2017.

Below indicates how the Pupil Premium funding will be spend for the financial year 2016-2017 to best support the children.

Gwladys Street tracks Pupil Premium children's progress carefully and draws up provision maps to ensure all Pupil Premium children receive support. Mrs Berry is the Pupil Premium Champion for the school.



Pupil Premium Allocation of Funds 2016-2017

Allocated Funds 2016-2017


The Pupil Premium Strategy report below shows how the Pupil Premium Funding is allocated and the desired outcomes.

Pupil Premium Strategy report 2016 - 2017


Date for next review of School's Pupil Premium Strategy will be reviewed July 2017.



Academic Year 2015-2016


Overview of Pupil Premium Grant Information

September 2015*

Number of children on roll

(including Nursery)


2015/16 Pupil Premium Allocation


Percentage of children eligible for Pupil Premium Grant Funding

45%* (↑1%)

*Number of pupils in receipt of PPG changes regularly due to family circumstances / movement of children into / out of school.

The majority of the funding goes on the provision of extra teachers to support intervention groups, the provision of targeted support with EAL and Speech and Language.  We also look for ways to support self esteem and provide ‘Golden Opportunities for the pupils to have new and exciting experience both within school and beyond.