School Premiums

The range of  Pupil Premium information is published here.  We also share our sports premium and Special Education Need & Disabilities core offer.  The Government has published information for schools on what premiums are.

Want to learn more about the Pupil Premium Grant?


In 2018/2019 we received more money due to an increase in the numbers of pupils eligible; if you feel your child may be eligible then please do get in touch with the school office who will be happy to assist. Alternatively, visit Lancashire County Council’s webpage  where you can find out more and apply on line.

We used our Grant to provide our Home-School Liaison Officer, maintain full time support staff in each class and put aside an amount to support curriculum materials, payment for trips, payments for other aspects of school life. We monitor the progress of children eligible for this funding and work to support them in having as full a part in school life as possible.


The impact last year of the spending of the Pupil Premium Grant was positive.

Average data for the last 3 years for disadvantaged children at the end of Key Stage 2:

  • Average Scale Score for Reading – 102.4
  • Average Scale Score for Maths – 99.2
  • Average Progress Scores (10 children)
  • Reading  -0.39 (National average 0.31)
  • Writing 2.71 (National average 2.71)
  • Maths -2.94 (National average 0.31)

Our writing has been externally moderated and validated at key points. Maths average is lower due to one cohort out of the last three experiencing greater difficulties with Maths than others.

For our Key Stage 1 children, the following information applies:

  • 4 children eligible.
  • Reading – 50% At or Greater than expected.
  • Writing – 50% At expected.
  • Maths – 25% At expected.

The children have a range of backgrounds and abilities and all were given support according to their individual need.

Funding levels over time:

  • 2014/15 – £43,900
  • 2015/16 – £40,200
  • 2016/17 – £34,620
  • 2017/18 – £33,060
  • 2018/19 – £51,360
  • 2019/20 – £68,520