Pupil Premium expenditure at Highbury Quadrant Primary School: 2015-2016.
What is pupil premium and who does it apply to at Highbury Quadrant School?
The Pupil Premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close, where it occurs, the gap between them and their peers. For this report ‘Pupil Premium’ refers to funding allocated in the school calendar year (September 2015 to July 2016) In this period the school received £300,500.
Pupil premium and Highbury Quadrant
Recent initiatives and improvements: Our last Inspection was carried out in May 2014. This gave us key notes on how to develop our school further and we have worked hard to improve our offer to children. Since then we have made significant progress against towards these are now aiming towards the following:
- Embed the practice of giving high quality feedback to children in their books
- Continue to raise standards at the end of each key stage, with a focus on Reading.
- This year we will also embed a revised assessment policy, matched to the revised curriculum (2014).
- Increase rates of progress in KS 2 for Maths and fro pupils with special educational needs.
Please click below for a detailed report of pupil premium spending.