Christopher Hatton Primary School

Christopher Hatton Primary School

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The quality of teaching and learning is outstanding.
Ofsted

Pupil Premium allocation

We receive additional funds, known as the Pupil Premium, to help us to support vulnerable pupils at risk of under attaining.  The amount we receive is based on the number of pupils eligible for free school meals. In the academic year 2017/8 we received £109,900.  This was used to provide additional teaching in class plus one to one tuition, learning interventions, family support and high quality training for staff so that they provide the highest quality teaching. We also use this funding to provide wider enrichment opportunities such as access to cultural opportunities, extra-curricular activities and off site learning. 

Since Pupil Premium funding has been in place we have significantly reduced the attainment gap between vulnerable pupils and others. In 2018 83% of the pupils eligible for PP attained the expected standard or above in Reading, 75% achieved the expected standard or above in Writing and 100% achieved the expected standard or above in Mathematics.  ​

 

For more details please see the attached reports.

Pupil Premium Report Planned Spend 2018/19

Previous reports

Pupil Premium Report 2017/2018 PDF icon

Pupil Premium Report 2016/2017 PDF icon

Pupil Premium Report 2015/2016 PDF icon

Pupil Premium Report 2012/13 PDF icon

Pupil Premium Report 2013/14 PDF icon

Pupil Premium Report 2014/15 PDF icon

Rationale for the use of Pupil Premium at Christopher Hatton School PDF icon