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St Mary & St Michael

Catholic Primary School

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St Mary & St Michael

Catholic Primary School

Pupil Premium Funding

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.


For the academic year 2020-2021, with the financial year ending in March 2021 we will receive £16,020.00 for pupil premium children.


An analysis of the performance of our pupil premium children in school for 2020 -21 shows us that;


  • Pupil premium children continue to achieve as well as other children in school
  • Pupil premium children make good progress-there is no significant difference between their progress and the progress of non-pupil premium children
  • Pupil premium children attain just as well as other children in school. In all year groups there is no significant difference between the attainment of pupil premium children and other children in school
  • Attendance of pupil premium children has improved; significantly with one individual due to high engagement with the family and providing a safe, happy and thriving environment in school
  • Pupil premium children have equal access to a range of trips, sports clubs and music tuition with transport provided by school and trips and lessons is subsidised
  • Pupil premium children are supported by school to pursue extra-curricular interest both within school and outside of school


Barriers to Learning


1. Attendance and punctuality issues

2. General disorganisation of pupil premium family setup

3. Cost of pursuing extracurricular activities is often prohibitive


We choose to spend our Pupil Premium money with 3 clear objectives in mind:


  • All Pupil Premium children should achieve at least as well as the other children in school and at least as well as other pupils nationally in all subjects
  • School should seek to widen the horizons for pupil premium children by providing a range of sporting, musical, art and cultural activities that they would not otherwise have the opportunity to take part in, accessing such activities through being fully informed and included
  • School will support families financially with pupil premium money to ensure that their children can take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities and trips where the cost would be prohibitive

A new funding and expenditure statement will be available September 2021

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