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Nunnery Wood Primary School

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant in April 2011. This grant, which is additional to main school funding, is seen by the government as one way of addressing the underlying inequalities between disadvantaged pupils and other children. The funding is allocated to schools, who then decide on how to spend it as they can best assess what additional funding should be made for the individual children within their responsibility.

Please click on the link at the bottom of the page to access our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018/19

Pupil Premium Grant Received 2017/18

Total number of pupils on roll


Total number of pupils eligible for PPG


Amount received per pupil


Total amount of funding received



Nature of support 2017/2018

Approximate percentage of spend

Focus on Learning in the curriculum


Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum




Spend  2015-16                             Cost
Teaching Assistant Intervention 62000
Milk 1200
Uniform 500
Residential 1530
Educational Visits 700
Full Remission for Visits in Yr R/1/2 300
Music Tuition 1270
Swimming 525
TA swimming support 650
Attendance and Family Liaison Time 4000
Learning Support Team 1320
Ed Pysch Transition 1962
PE and Sport Coordinator time 1000
Bikeability 60
Multi Skills/Football 941
Numicon packs Yr R/1/2 120
Book Vouchers 620
TA time to reduce litearcy class size in Y 3/4 435
Opportunities week activities 190
PPG Club Participation Initiative 600
Total 78603

Performance Data 2017/18


Number in cohort = 16


Reading -0.84
Writing -0.27
Maths -0.98

Percentage of PP children achieving the expected standard or above

  School                            National None Group
Reading 69% 80%
Writing 75% 83%
Maths 75% 81%
Combined 54% % Not yet released


Number in cohort = 4

Percentage of PP children achieving the expected standard or above

  School                              National None Group
Reading 25% % Not yet released
Writing 50% % Not yet released
Maths 25% % Not yet released


Year 1

Cohort = 6 % School % National School Average Mark National Average Mark
Disadvantaged pupils


83 28 Not yet released

Year 2

Cohort = 1 % School % National
Disadvantaged pupils 0 - child disapplied Not yet released

Early Years Foundation Stage

Cohort = 7 % Achieving GLD
Disadvantaged pupils 71
Non-disadvantaged pupils 70