At Latymer All Saints Primary School we are committed to ensuring that every child experiences the very best education, allowing them to reach their full potential. We are determined that every child should aspire to be the best they can be.
Schools receive Pupil Premium funding, which is in addition to main school funding, to address the current inequalities between children who are eligible for Free School Meals and their peers.
It is for schools to decide how Pupil Premium funding is spent, as they are best placed to assess what provision should be made to benefit each child. Schools are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding and are required to publish online information about how the Pupil Premium funding has been spent.
When deciding how to spend the Pupil Premium funding it is important that we look at the potential barriers to learning faced by pupil premium children in our school. Each child entitled to the pupil premium grant is unique in their situation and our response to their needs must reflect this.
At Latymer All Saints we aim to build the capacity and expertise to enable us to provide a personalised programme of support in order to allow each child to reach their full potential.
Our key objective is to narrow, or even remove the attainment and achievement gap between those entitled to Pupil Premium and those who are not.
We will ensure that:
- A high profile is given to Pupil Premium children.
- All staff are accountable for the progress of Pupil Premium children.
The progress and achievement of all of our children is carefully tracked and analysed and we make use of this information along with a wide range of educational research in order to decide how best to spend this funding to maximise the opportunities for our pupils.
Our funding priorities fall into 4 key areas:
1. Learning and the Curriculum
2. Parents and Families
3. Social and Emotional support
4. Enrichment within and beyond the Curriculum.
Click the link below to view documents showing how we spend our Pupil Premium funding