Pupil Premium



Expected Pupil Premium for 2015/2016 - £10,300


Allocation Plan



Pupil Premium Grant Report 2014 – 2015


All members of staff, governors and teaching assistants accept responsibility for ‘socially disadvantaged’ pupils and are committed to meeting their pastoral, social and academic needs within the school environment. Henley is committed to ‘Narrowing the Gap’ between vulnerable pupils and the pupil premium forms a vital part of that process. The governors reserve the right to allocate the pupil premium funding to support any pupils or groups of pupils the school has legitimately identified as being socially disadvantaged.


Provision is made through:


• Facilitating pupils’ access to education

• Facilitating pupils’ access to the curriculum

• Alternative support and intervention within the school


Reporting Pupil Premium

It is the responsibility of the governors to explain pupil premium expenditure to parents in the form of an annual statement. The governors of Henley Primary School publish a report online annually. This report details how Pupil Premium has been used within the school. The report details the attainment and progress of pupils who are covered by the premium and the intervention that has been supported by the additional funding.


In addition, regular reports are presented on the progress of all pupils, including those supported by Pupil Premium, to the Curriculum Committee at Henley Primary School.


Reporting to Parents


Parents can obtain information on the pupil premium via the schools website. This will be update annually.


Y6 pupils are expected to make 12 points progress between the end of KS1 and the end of KS2. This averages out at 3 points progress per year. However, Henley Primary School has high aspirations for its pupils, as do parents. We expect pupils to make 12 points as a minimum. This will change from next year when pupil progress will be measured against a Government agreed threshold.

Henley Primary School

Part of the The Consortium - Multi Academy Trust