Pupil Premium Funding
This document is currently being updated and approved by governors and will be published shortly.
PE & Sports Premium Funding
The Government is spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools between 2013 and 2016. This funding is allocated directly to primary headteachers. We explain how we have used our funding in the following documents.
Horringer Court receives a Catch Up Grant from the Department for Education for each child who did not achieve a Level 4 in their SAT test. The Government believes that this grant, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to help schools enable all children to attain at age appropriate levels. This funding is therefore used to provide additional support in raising achievement and attainment for these pupils.
In 2015 a total of 106 year 6 pupils undertook the SATs tests. Of these 14 did not achieve a Level 4 in either Reading, Writing or Maths, representing 13.2% of the cohort.
In 2014 a total of 68 year 6 pupils undertook the SATs tests. Of these 14 did not achieve a Level 4 in either Reading, Writing or Maths, representing 20.5% of the cohort. For these pupils we received £7,000.
How we use this Grant:
- To provide 1 to 1 teacher time tailored to individual needs both in English and Maths.
- To provide TA time to work with small groups
- To purchase additional catch up resources.
The table below shows the percentage of pupils in receipt of Catch Up Premium who achieved Level 4 or above by the end of 2015
Our aim is to have all pupils reaching at least age appropriate levels by the time they leave us at the end of Year 8. (Currently level 5)