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Enfield Learning Trust
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Pupil Premium 

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

Pupil Premium Report KS2

Our key objective in using the Pupil Premium Grant is to narrow the gap between pupil groups. Through targeted interventions, we are working to eliminate barriers to learning and progress. For children who start school with low attainment on entry, our aim is to ensure that they make accelerated progress in order to reach age related expectations as they move through the school. It is also our aim to ensure that we cater for all academic abilities, including challenging high attaining pupil premium children.

Context:

Hazelbury Primary School is a large, multi cultural  school in the London Borough of Enfield. The school is part of the Enfield Learning Trust and became one primary in April 2016 following the almalgamation of Hazelbury Infant and Hazelbury Junior School. Our vision is that all children will succeed and we foster an ethos of having high aspirations for all children enabling them to become successful citizens in our society.

  • School roll: 1176
  • FSM: 19%
  • PP: 38%
  • SEN School Support: 29%
  • SEN Statement/EHCP: 1%
  • EAL: 72%
  • 56 languages
  • School Deprivation indicator 0.4

Year group

Percentage of Pupil Premium Children

Reception

27%

Year 1

27%

Year 2

36%

Year 3

37%

Year 4

33%

Year 5

50%

Year 6

54%

 

Pupil Premium Grant Recieved 2017/18

               Early Years  KS1/KS2
PP grant recieved 2017/18

£5120                    

 (Autumn Term Payment)

£555,720

The school’s evaluation of its own performance is rigorous. Tracking of progress over time for each pupil is thorough in order to identify any areas for development and to ensure that we implement any interventions necessary to close the gap. These assessments happen half-termly and data is gathered, collated and analysed to assess the impact of interventions as well as to highlight the potential need for additional support.

For details of how we intend to spend the Pupil Premium Grant in 2017-18 please see the document in Pupil Premum Reports, where you will also find details of how we spent this grant and its impact in 2016-17.

In 2017-2018, we will use a range of data to analyse the impact of spending:

  • End of Key Stage data
  • RWI assessments
  • Current data
  • Intervention analysis
  • Outcomes of learning reviews (observations), learning moderations (book scrutinies) and progress meetings
  • Stakeholder feedback