At Sherston C of E Primary School we believe all children deserve the very best education no matter what their background. We continuously monitor the progress of all our pupils to ensure that they are achieving their full potential.
In 2011 the government introduced some funding for schools called Pupil Premium in order to support the progress of vulnerable groups. The funding is paid directly into the school and the amount received is based on the number of pupils who receive free school meals, children in care and children who have been adopted from care.
We are free to spend this funding as we see fit. The headteacher spends this money in a variety of ways to raise pupils learning to ensure the benefit of each child although Ofsted recommend successful approaches may include:
Barriers to learning may include:
Our Pupil Premium was and is being spent on:
Our pupil premium strategy is reviewed annually.
Pupil Premium Funding: £9735 for April 23 to March 24