Pupil Premium Funding

Did you know that your child could be eligible to receive the Pupil Premium Funding which is up to £1,300 per year? This can help to financially support your child on trips and/or provide extra tuition in school to ensure your child makes the best possible progress.
 
This funding is given to schools to specifically target children from lower income families and is judged in the same way as free school meal entitlement.

Letter to Parents and Application Form
 

Documents

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Award Winner 2016

‘One of the most improved school in the country for the attainment and progress of disadvantaged pupils since 2011’ DfE 2016


This report will explain how this funding has been spent across the school in the year 2016-17 and the impact it has had. 

Key Priorities 2016-17:  

  1. To use the EYFS Pupil Premium to support vulnerable learners in order to close the gap
  2. To continue to target individual children who are under performing
  3. To promote teaching, learning and enjoyment of reading with staff, pupils and parents
  4. Every Pupil Premium  child will participate in competition
  5. To support new staff when identifying groups using Pupil Asset to ensure consistency.

Pupil Premium Funding Allocation – 2016-17

The amount of allocated funding per child eligible for receiving Pupil Premium funding was £1300 per child. Dashwood Banbury Academy therefore received approximately in excess of £123,000 in total to enhance and support the opportunities for this identified group of children. The information below shows how the funding was used to successfully close the gap. We currently have 109 children eligible for disadvantaged funding.

Read more...  Pupil Premium Annual Report 2016-17
This full document reports on:

What has been the impact on our children that are eligible for Pupil Premium funding 2016-17?

  • Priority 1: To use the EYFS Pupil Premium to support vulnerable learners in order to close the gap
  • Priority 2: To continue to target individual children who are under performing
  • Priority 3: To promote teaching, learning and enjoyment of reading with staff, pupils and parents
  • Priority 4: Every Pupil Premium child will participate in competition

What will we do in 2017-18?

  • Barriers to learning
  • General actions for 2017-18


The date of the next Pupil Premium strategy review is 19th September 2018.

Read more...  Dashwood Banbury Academy 2016-17 Impact Report
This full document reports on:

Spending Summary

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  • Estimated cost
  • Objective/description of activity
  • Intended outcome
  • How impact is to be measured
  • Impact/outcome