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Pupil Premium  Statement 2015-2016

Northwick Park Primary and Nursery Academy - Pupil Premium Report

The Pupil Premium is a grant which is allocated to schools and is allocated on the number of children entitled to receive free school meals or have been entitled at any point in the preceding six years.  Schools are allowed to spend their Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) in any way they think will best support the raising of children’s attainment.  At Northwick Park the Head Teacher and Governing Body, in consultation with teachers and support staff, decide how best to spend the Pupil Premium in order to improve provision and outcomes for children.

At Northwick Park we aim to provide the very highest standards of education for all children.  We have used PPG to provide additional support to accelerate the progress of all individual and groups of children.

We aim to raise the achievement of all pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium so that their performance is at least in line with their non-Pupil Premium peers nationally.

We also use PPG to address inequalities, fund projects and activities for the benefit of all children e.g., visiting speakers, developing Forest Schools, subsidising all school trips, enhanced ICT provision.

Proposed Expenditure and intended impact 2015/2016.

January 2016

Total number of Pupils in Year R to Year 6 – 473

Number of pupils eligible for PPG – 251

PPG Funding 2015/16 £331,328

Area of Focus








2 additional teachers




Pupils in Years 3 – 6 are taught in smaller/ability sets for English and maths.





  • 5 Reading Recovery Teachers in KS1


Pupils have their progress in reading regularly assessed by a trained reading recovery teacher.


  • 5 Music/Performing Arts Teachers


All pupils have access to outstanding provision in the arts/music.


x3 Additional LSA’s in Reception Classes


Higher staff/pupil ratio in YR.


x6 Additional LSA’s in KS1 + KS2


Individual interventions are delivered.


1-1 Maths Tuition


Raise attainment of individual/groups of pupils.


Small group GPS Tuition


Raise attainment of individual/groups of pupils.


School Councillor


Provide Councillor Services for all pupils.


Subsidising all school visits and in-house activities


All pupils.


ICT Resources


All pupils have access to quality ICT Resources.


Forest School Initiatives


Staff have appropriate qualifications and suitable site and equipment to deliver Forest School curriculum.




Additional curriculum resources.