The pupil premium is a government initiative in which additional funding is given to schools to help raise the attainment of low-income families; the intention of this is to close any gaps between them and their peers and to ensure that they have equal opportunities.
At Oxley Primary School, we ultimately want all pupils to achieve their full potential. We aim to ensure that socio-economic status does not present any barriers to achievement and that all disadvantaged pupils who have the potential to meet or exceed, national expectations do so.
We aim to ensure that the significant proportion of disadvantaged pupils who also have identified special educational needs (approximately 50%) are individually well-supported throughout each phase of their primary education to make good progress and achieve to the best of their ability.
Please see our report below on the impact we have made on our children and how our Pupil Premium funding has been spent.