Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
We monitor closely and review the way in which the support we give these children is impacting positively on the children. As children are all different with specific needs and requirements as well as learning at different rates, we monitor a range of children’s outcomes; some are on pupil progress but we also place great importance on their welfare, personal skills, self-esteem and confidence which are harder to quantify.
Pupil Premium Charter
Wren Park Primary School
A child who is in the Pupil Premium cohort at Wren Park can expect to benefit from some of the following:
Assistance with equipment and uniform
Extra access to Teaching Assistants
One to one support or small group support
Help with funding educational trips and visits
Support with emotional health and wellbeing
General curriculum support
Creative and individualised strategy to break down barriers to learning and promote progress
Extra recognition and reward
It is important to note that often all of the children in a class will reap some benefit from how the school spends its pupil premium: for example, if the money is used to fund an additional assistant, then at times the whole class would benefit not just the children in the Pupil Premium cohort.
At times within the child’s education at Wren Park they may receive differing levels of additional support through Pupil Premium with some “lighter” support and “more intense” support based upon specific context and presenting needs of the child.
Lead Pupil Premium