Pupil Premium at Wigmore Primary school
Wigmore Primary School is committed to ensuring that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all children. Appropriate provisions are made for pupils from vulnerable groups, who have social and/or emotional needs through our support groups and dedicated teams that work alongside teaching staff, some of which are not entitled to free school meals. Resources are allocated for intervention groups, which are run by teachers, teaching assistants and subject specialists, to ensure all children have the greatest opportunity to succeed in their learning and meets the demands of the National Curriculum.
What is the PPG grant spent on and what is the impact?
Every year we assess the impact of last year's spend on pupil achievement and set a strategy for the use of funds for the current academic year.
We assess impact against end of Key Stage 2 results along with any other measures identified at the strategic planning stage.
You can find an evaluation of the use of funding from the last year and the strategy for the current academic year in the document below.