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Archbishop Cranmer CofE Primary Academy Striving for life in all its fullness. John 10: 10

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What is the Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is an allocation of funding that is given to us by the government to support children who may be vulnerable to under-achievement. The amount we receive is based on the number of children that we have who are entitled to Free School Meals (FSM). We receive the equivalent of £1320 for every child who is currently in receipt of Free School Meals plus some additional funding that is based on the number of children who have had Free School Meals in the past 6 years but are no longer eligible, this is known as Ever6. As a school, we have a responsibility to report on the progress of children receiving pupil premium; demonstrate how we are using the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) and the impact that it is having on children from disadvantaged backgrounds.


Our Aim


To ensure that children from disadvantaged backgrounds are able to make the same progress as, or better progress, than their peers.


How much Pupil Premium money do we get?


In the academic year 2018/19 our Pupil Premium Funding will be approximately £25680




At Archbishop Cranmer, we organise teaching and learning in order to best meet the needs of all our children.
We arrange appropriate provision for children from vulnerable groups and for those who may be socially disadvantaged, to ensure that their needs are accurately assessed and met. We aim to support children and families with the social, emotional and behavioural aspects of learning, and to overcome identified barriers to educational achievement such as gaps in non-negotiables and poor retention of curriculum knowledge and skills.




At Archbishop Cranmer we use this pupil premium money to fund some important roles within our school. These roles are focused on raising academic standards, especially in English and Mathematics, as well as supporting children’s emotional and behavioural needs to enable children to learn more effectively. Some examples of how we spend the pupil premium allocation are:

  • Mathematics and English Interventions
  • Uniform
  • Musical Tuition
  • After School Clubs and Extra Curricular Opportunities
  • Educational Visits
  • Residential Visits
  • Booster Sessions
  • Targeted Small Group Support
  • Increased Teaching Partner Support to reduce class sizes

The impact of this is measured through learning walks, questionnaire feedback, progress and attainment monitoring and end of Key Stage results. The Pupil Premium Strategy will be reviewed in June 2019.


Free School Meals and the Pupil Premium


Parents can check eligibility for free school meals through Nottinghamshire County Council's website - and, if eligible, also gain welcome additional funding for their child’s school, known as ‘Pupil Premium’. If eligible, you are not obliged to accept the free school meals for your child if you wish to make other arrangements, but we do want to encourage applications as the additional funding gained would still benefit education provision at the school.


What the service does for parents


After entering essential details into the website, the online application process links to the Department for Education system for checking eligibility and gives an immediate ‘yes’ or ‘no’ response, and will notify the school.

This system is being provided to encourage parents to apply and take advantage of free school meals while at the same time increasing the benefit to schools from Pupil Premium funding, a substantial amount of which does not reach schools because not all parents who are eligible apply for free meals for their child.


What the service does for schools


As the government has introduced free school meals for all children in Key Stage 1, it is more important than ever for schools to know the number of pupils for whom they can claim Pupil Premium funding. These funds enable schools to take on additional staff and invest in additional equipment, resources and activities to the benefit all children.


For more information on Pupil Premium, please visit –


Disadvantaged pupils

Pupil premium per pupil

Pupils in year groups reception to year 6 recorded as Ever 6 FSM


Looked-after children (LAC) defined in the Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, an English local authority


Children who have ceased to be looked after by a local authority in England and Wales because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order



Service children


  • Pupils in year groups reception to year 11 recorded as Ever 5 Service
  • Child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence


Pupil Premium Strategy 2017/18

2016-2017 Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016-2017

Additional Pupil Premium Eligibility 2016

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2015-2016

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2014-2015

So far this year, 44% of all children are attending extracurricular sports clubs (up from 19% whole of last year) and 42% of children have participated in inter-school events across a broad range of sports (up from 29% whole of last year). In terms of more qualitative feedback, all children attending have reported enjoying the events; word seems to have spread and there are far more enthusiastic volunteers for events (particularly encouraging as children who haven’t volunteered previously are putting themselves forward). Sports leaders are doing a great job promoting and encouraging physical activity/sport at lunchtime with KS1 children.
SSCo Polly Dexter