This report will explain how this funding has been spent across the school in the year 2019-20 and the impact it has had.
Pupil Premium Funding Allocation – 2019-20
The amount of allocated funding for 2019/20 is £1320.00 per child therefore Dashwood Banbury Academy will receive approximately £116,000 in total to enhance and support the opportunities for this identified group of children. In order to narrow the gap between groups, our key priorities for the year 2020/21 are as follows:
Key Priorities 2019-20:
- To ensure pupils make substantial progress across the curriculum especially from KS1 to the end of KS2 and for those who are disadvantaged and/or higher attaining.
- 100% of pupils make at least expected progress over the year and Key Stage in RWM. 90% of pupils make at least expected progress in all other curriculum subjects.
Pupil Premium Annual Report 2019-20
This full document reports on:
What has been the impact on our children that are eligible for Pupil Premium funding 2019-20?
- Priority 1: To ensure disadvantaged pupils have opportunities to succeed in life outside of school
- Priority 2: To improve the progress from KS1 to KS2
- Priority 3: To ensure all groups in EYFS attainment is in line or above the national average
What will we use our funding for in 2020-21?
The amount of allocated funding for 2020/21 is £1320.00 per child therefore Dashwood Banbury Academy will receive approximately £116,000 in total to enhance and support the opportunities for this identified group of children. In order to narrow the gap between groups, our key priorities for the year 2020/21 are as follows:
- Key priorities and success criteria
- Barriers to Learning
- The specific actions to reduce the barriers to academic achievement
- External barriers to future attainment
- Specific provisions we will put into place in order to meet our objectives for 2020/2021
The date of the next Pupil Premium strategy review is 19th September 2021
Adopted Children Pupil Premium Questions and Answers
Read the Department for Education response to main queries on adopted children and Pupil Premium here.