The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities.
During the academic year 2016 / 2017 Hulland Church of England Primary School's pupil premium allocation totalled £6,430.
Pupil Premium Funding has been used to maintain a high level of staffing including the use of additional teaching and teaching assistant hours to meet the demands of differentiating work for targeted pupils within a mixed ability class. Small group sizes has enabled more focused and personalised teaching to accelerate pupil progress.
We are dedicated to ensuring that no pupil is disadvantaged in any way, or prevented from experiencing a full range of educational opportunities no matter what their family circumstances. Some funding is therefore used to provide extra-curricular activities, educational visits and our White Hall residential.
Information about current attainment cannot be published because it relates to a small number of pupils who would be identifiable. This information is held confidentially in school.