The Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money given to schools in addition to their main budget. Every school receives a fixed amount of money for all pupils meeting certain criteria. The main criterion is elegibility for free school meals.
The money is provided to schools so that we can raise attainment and progress for this group of pupils. We must report to you the level of pupil premium, how we have used it and what difference it has made.
2012 - 2013
Oakwood Infant School received £24,290 in Pupil Premium funding. This has been used to provide a wide range of interventions to support the learning of children qualifying for free school meals.
Our results page has more information.
2011 - 2012
The school received £18,920 in Pupil Premium.
We spent the money in the following ways to target the eligible pupils:
End of year assessments increased in all year groups, and there was a very marked increase in our End of Key Stage 2 test results, which were the best ever achieved by the school, and amongst the highest in the city. Our results page has more information.
2012 - 2013
The school has received £34,200 in Pupil Premium. The increase is because the eligibility criteria have been widened, and the amount given per pupil has also gone up.
This year, we are continuing the measures which were successful last year. We also:
End of year assessments increased in all year groups, and End of Key Stage 2 results were sustained as amongst the highest in the city. Our results page has more information.
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