The Continual Pursuit of Excellence

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium funding gives schools additional funding to widen the opportunities for particular groups of children from Reception to Year 11.

Eligible groups of children:

 Schools have the responsibility to decide how to spend this money in the child's best interest and will discuss the proposed interventions with the child's parents.

 Please click on this link to view our overarching strategy statement  - 172kb



For the academic year 2018/2019, we received £19,460.  We are using these funds to support the children with their academic progress.  Through the use of 1:1 and small focus group support.  Further details can be found on the impact tracer below.

Impact of PP and PP+ for April 2018 to April 2019  -  174kb


For the academic year 2017/2018, we received £32,260. We are currently spending this money in a variety of ways, principally focussing on academic progress. Further details can be found in the impact tracker below.

Impact of PP and PP+ for April 2017 to April 2018 -  305kb 


For the academic year 2016/2017 we received £24,340.  We are currently spending this money using a similar model, as reported in our impact tracker 2015/2016.

Impact of PP and PP+ for April 2016 to April 2017 -  110kb


For the academic year 2015/2016 we received a total of £29,128.00.  We have continued with the parental recommendations from last year. 

Impact of PP and PP+ for April 2015 to April 2016 -  109kb


For the academic year 2014/2015 we received at total of £24,873.75 pupil premium funding.  Feedback from parents has resulted in some minor changes being made.  We now pay 100% of school charges eg school trips/school swimming lessons (as opposed to 50%) and offer families 'free' school dinners (this was not available via Pupil Premium last year) on top of the opportunities available last year.

Impact of PP and PP+ for April 2014 to April 2015 -  61kb


For the academic year 2013/14 we triggered funding of approximately £11,700 in Pupil Premium.  We continued to apply it in a similar manner to 2012/13.  93% of these children, in receipt of pupil premium funding made better than 'good' cumulative progress as a result of additional funding.  7% (1 child) made less than 'good' progress.


For the academic year 2012/13, The Raleigh received £11,148 in Pupil Premium funding.