Pupil Premium Funding  & Sports Premium

 The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided for pupils who are entitled to free school meals (FSM); those looked after by the Local Authority and children of armed service personnel.

At Limbrick, our core purpose is to ensure that every child achieves their full potential, and then more.

Our Pupil Premium Grant






Total number of pupils on roll – Rec- yr 6





Total number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium grant

94 (65%)

96 (62%)

100 (54%)


Amount of Pupil Premium grant received per child (EVER 6)





Total amount received inc LAC & Service






Allocation of Pupil Premium: 2017/18

  • Read, Write Inc, originally introduced 2014/15, a daily phonics programme to teach children to read through a systematic approach to synthetic phonics, continues into 17/18.
  • Reading leader in school to train staff delivering the Read, Write Inc programme and monitor the progress made by children. (TLR post)  RWInc consultant supporting school through development days.
  • In addition, some children receive 1 to 1 tuition for phonics to ensure no child is left behind, delivered by reading lead and TA.
  • ‘Fresh Start’ continues to be used, which is a catch up programme for older children, where needed.
  • We continue to invest in the teaching materials to go alongside the teaching programme, as well as supporting the home school reading scheme.
  • Teaching and learning consultant to provide bespoke in class support through a coaching model
  • Teaching and learning consultant to provide training and planning/in class support - 17/18
  • All classes in school have additional adult support.  This ensures that the needs of our pupils can be met in small groups.
  • Our dedicated team of support staff ensure access to the curriculum by the provision of interventions in reading, writing and mathematics for children who are not making expected or reaching national levels of attainment.
  • Purchase and use of ‘Rising stars’ and ‘Headstart maths’ for both pre assessments to inform planning as well as summative assessments to support teacher assessment judgements.
  • We have a tracking system which enables us to track the progress and attainment of children in reading, writing and mathematics on a half termly basis. This is analysed to ensure that all children are able to access the curriculum and are making good or outstanding progress in their learning.
  • We provide after school clubs free of charge to ensure children have additional learning experiences outside the normal school day.
  • We provide partly funded (50% by school) educational visits throughout the school year, including visitors into school.
  • We employ music and dance specialist to develop performing arts in school.
  • Full cost of participating in Young Voices – inc purchase of t shirts and transport
  • Speech and Language therapy – Pepper – twice a week working with targeted children
  •  Pastoral lead – 5 days a week – to support and challenge our most vulnerable parents through CP, CIN and CAF, whilst also offering parenting strategies on a 1:1 basis; to improve attendance/punctuality of all children
  • Additional clothing as required – eg; School uniform; PE kits; swimming costumes/towels,
  • Free places in Breakfast club and after school club for targeted children
  • Subsidise places on residential visit ( year 6)


Measuring the impact of PP funding:

We monitor children’s progress and attainment 4 times a year, checking the impact of the funding against children making good progress.  We compare their progress with all children nationally.

  Sports Premium Funding:

 The Sports Premium is extra funding to improve the provision of PE and sport in primary schools. 

 A total of £8615:00 was received for Sports Premium.


How we spend the Sports Premium:

 At Limbrick Wood, we believe that all children should benefit regardless of ability.  Therefore we employ a specialist PE teacher to develop the PE and sports curriculum across the school.  We also provide free extra-curricular activities across the school, as well as inter school events with our West Partnership schools.