Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium for Academic Year 2019-2020

Pupil premium Grant Expenditure Report 2018 – 2019

Pupil Premium Policy – Autumn 2019 – Autumn 2020

Pupil Premium  for Academic Year 2018-2019

Pupil Premium Policy & Statement 2018-2019pdf-iconpdf-icon

 Pupil Premium  for Academic Year 2017-2018

pdf-iconPupil premium Grant Expenditure Report 2017 – 18

Sports Premium Evaluation Report 2017-2018pdf-icon

pdf-iconPupil Premium Policy – Autumn 2017 – Autumn 2018

Pupil Premium Statement 2016/17

pdf-iconPupil premium Grant Expenditure Report 2016 – 2017

Pupil Premium Statement

Mayfield School receives a Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) for each pupil that is eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) or has been eligible at any time in the last six years. A similar grant is also available for some pupils in the care of the Local Authority and the children of armed forces personnel.

The school has responsibility to make good effective use of this money to ensure that pupils are not disadvantaged by their family circumstances. Our PPG policy gives further details of this provision. We use the analysis of school data to inform our decisions and to evaluate our success. We can evidence that all of our pupils are making good or better progress as a result in pat of the decisions that the school has taken for the expenditure of the grant.

The objective of PPG is to raise attainment and achievement of pupils through:

  • Provision to raise literacy and maths levels
  • Provision of technology to support learning or give improved access.
  • Early intervention.
  • Enhanced learning opportunities through enrichment activities.
  • Provision of social and emotional support to improve skills, behaviour and well-being.

Outcomes:

Our pupil premium children and young people achieve and progress in line with their peers due to the interventions and provisions made.  This is evidenced in data, ie. P Levels of National Curriculum expectations, photographic and video recording, anecdotal observations and learning to live material.  Other evidence will include reductions in behaviour incidents, re-integration readiness assessment, FFT and Thrive assessments.