Pupil Premium (EYPP & PP) Funding
The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding given to schools in order to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. The intended effect of this funding is to provide targeted support to help accelerate progress and raise attainment so that all children reach their full potential.
For each primary age child (reception - year 6) eligible for Pupil Premium (PP), the school is allocated £1345.
Please click here to see if the school is eligible to receive funding for your reception child:
For Nursery age children (3-4 years) we are allocated Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP). For each eligible child the school receives an extra 53p per hour and uses it to provide additional support to meet these individual children’s needs.
Please click here to see if your family is eligible for EYPP funding:
For each eligible child the school receives an extra 53p per hour and uses it to provide additional support to meet these individual children’s needs.
Comper uses its Pupil Premium & EYPP funding in the following ways:
- To increase the number of qualified staff in the setting to reduce the adult/child ratios
- We recognise that pupils eligible for Pupil Premium have a wide range of needs, including stretch and challenge for the most able, and we use the funding to improve outcomes for the full range of eligible pupils.
- To improve the opportunities and experiences we can offer the children to enhance our curriculum offer (improve cultural capital)
- To improve the quality of our resources to ensure that we can offer the best start to our children's early education
- To improve our capacity to offer high quality professional development to our staff to ensure that they have the knowledge and skills to deliver consistently high quality teaching and learning experiences to our children
- We track the progress of pupil premium children rigorously to ensure there is a positive impact on learning outcomes.
For more detailed information about how we spend the money we receive each year, please see our PP&EYPP strategy statement.