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Our After School Club runs everyday from 3.15pm until 6pm.

The club is supervised by members of staff from our school. The children receive healthy snacks and drinks and are involved in a range of exciting activities.

Pupils throughout the school have consistently good attitudes to learning and they work hard. They respect their teachers highly and say that learning is exciting.

Staff have responded positively to the much higher expectations and were quick to tell the inspector about their pride in working at Cogenhoe and about the successes they are achieving together.

Pupils wear their uniform with pride and are very supportive of each other.

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Pupil Premium

Premium grant from the Department of Education is allocated to schools to support certain pupils with their learning. Funding is given to schools for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds who fall into a set of agreed categories such as Free School Meals. This should not be confused with Universal free School Meals, which are available to all children in Reception to Year Two.

At our school, we use the funding to support the learning of these pupils, so that they make good progress in the core areas and that any potential barriers to their learning are removed. We also use the money to provide additional support to meet the well-being of our pupils who are entitled to the Pupil Premium Funding. This for example can include providing additional nurture support at playtime or covering the cost of additional curriculum opportunities, such as clubs, trips, the residential for our pupils in Year Six and providing wrap around care at our Breakfast and After School Club.

Pupil Premium Ambition:

To narrow the attainment gap between pupils – Our aim is to ensure that there is no attainment gap between the outcomes achieved for our pupils who qualify for the funding and other pupils nationally and within the school.

To ensure that ‘Pupil Premium’ children benefit from having access to a broad range of opportunities, experiences and clubs. We passionately believe this benefits their wider personal development enabling them to be more happy, confident and successful in and out of school.

To ensure excellent school attendance in order for our children to benefit from the education and opportunities provided by the school

Use of the Funding

Allocation set for financial year from April 2023-2024

Pupil Premium

The funding for 2021-22 is a total of £25,858 and is based on the following:

14 Ever 6 = £18,830

3 LAC = £7,035

We are proposing that the funding will be spent in a very similar way to last year, due to the raised outcomes. xt

Last year, we received the grant funding for 2022/2023 based on 15 (Ever6) children @ £1,320 per child and one Post LAC @ £2,300 totaling £22,100. Therefore, funding will be directed to the following areas:

  • Additional provision at lunchtime to support pupils with their well-being.
  • Residential trips and class trips
  • Profiling through the Boxhall diagnostic tool.
  • Priority to all Post Covid Catch Up Interventions and mentoring schemes.
  • The purchasing of materials and training of staff to implement specific well-being programmes to further support the pupils with their attitude to learning .
  • Opportunity to participate in additional after school clubs and breakfast clubs
  • Staff salaries (this includes additional staff who have been employed specifically to work with Pupil Premium children, please see below)
  • Specific additional items to support the well-being and achievement of individual pupils
  • The purchasing of materials and training of staff to implement specific programmes to further enhance the progress of these children.
  • Milk for children receiving the funding
  • Support for families through purchasing uniform
  • Additional enrichment opportunities for Pupil Premium children

As a team, we are always striving to evaluate our practice to improve the provision for pupils. For further information regarding this, please click on the link below.

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for Parents 2020-21

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021-22 updated

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2022-23 (3 year plan)

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2022-23 (updated)

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2022-23 (updated February 2023)

Pupil_Premium_Statement with Data 2023-24 3 year plan Sep 2023 v2

The Pupil Premium Strategy will be updated July 2024.

Provision for Pupils

Please read the letter below to find out if you are eligible for Pupil Premium funding. If you need further support with the process please speak to Mrs Blackwell.

Pupil Premium Letter for Parents

Pupil Premium Leaflet

Mrs Blackwell is our Pupil Premium Lead and personalises the learning to the needs of each child who receives the funding, so that they can make accelerated progress in a specific area of their learning. During the morning sessions, Mrs Blackwell works with targeted intervention groups across the school to ensure that our pupil premium children are targeted effectively. In the afternoons, children are supported on either a 1:1 basis or in a small group with the focus very much on the child who is entitled to the support. In addition, Mrs Blackwell and class teachers also work closely with our pupil premium families, through holding structured conversation meetings to ensure that learning is accelerated and the progress of each child is heightened. Rebecca Reeve our School Pastoral Lead works closely with Mrs Blackwell to support PP children and families offering 121 support sessions within her designated Pastoral Support Day and sign posts families for areas of support.

We recognise that it is important to measure the success of this funding, so that we can continually evaluate the effectiveness of the money spent and its impact on standards. Due to this, Mrs Blackwell and Mrs Oldham continually monitor the progress of these children at regular intervals throughout the year to ensure that targets are being met. The progress of pupils who receive the funding is also shared and monitored by our Pupil Premium Governor and the Governing body, so that they can effectively evaluate the provision and the impact on standards.

Early Years Pupil Premium

Early Years Pupil Premium is a parent income related funding for Nursery children to help support their learning.

Some ways in which Early Years Pupil Premium may be used are:

  • Providing resources for parents to support their child’s learning at home, this could be writing materials, books or maths equipment.
  • Funding towards extra curricular activities and school trips/visits.
  • Support with the purchase of school uniform and equipment.
  • Interventions and extra adult support if needed.

You may be eligible if you get at least one of the following:

You may also get early years pupil premium if your child is currently being looked after by a local authority in England or Wales or if your child has left care in England or Wales through:

  • adoption
  • special guardianship order
  • a child arrangements order

Your eligibility will automatically be checked when your child starts Nursery.

No data reported 2019 as only one PP child left kst2 this year.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, most exams and assessments did not take place in 2019/20 or 2020/21. As a result of this, the government announced that it would not publish school or college level results data in autumn 2020 or autumn 2021.

  • 100% of pupil premium children passed the phonics screening in both Year 1 and Year 2
  • 67% of pupil premium children leave Cogenhoe Primary School at the expected level for Reading, Writing and Maths which is significantly above the national average. 33% of children make accelerated progress in Reading and Maths.
  • Data 2023 Reported via Pupil Premium Strategy – Impact.