What is Pupil Premium?
Pupils qualify as being eligible for Pupil Premium at Cranbourne if they are in Year 7 to 11 and satisfy at least one of the following:
• They have received Free School Meals at any point in the last 6 years
• They are in the care of the Local Authority
• They are children of Service Personnel
This means that the school receives additional funding for your child.
Use of Pupil Premium funding
2016-17 allocation: £161,050
The funding is used to support a range of interventions and initiatives such as:
- HLTA English
- Mathematics Intervention Workers
- Careers and NEET support
- KS3 Intervention Worker
- KS4 Intervention Worker
- Additional teaching assistant in out LSU department
- Accelerated Reader Scheme
- KS4 revision sessions – After-school and Holiday sessions
- Link Courses
- College Parent Partners
- Providing Free School Meals
- Wave 2 provision at KS4
- Pupil Premium homework club
- Before and after school provision
- Parent Support Advisor
- Strategic planning
- Staff CPD
- Learning to learn initiative
- Pupil reviewing
Impact of Pupil Premium Funding
- In 2015 94% of PP students gained 5A*-G is significantly higher than the national average at 87%.
- In 2015 41% of PP students achieved a C or above in English and Maths compared to 38% nationally.
- 61% of PP students in Y9 made expected progress in Maths in 2016 (Vs 71% of non-PP students).