Headteacher: Joanne Jordan
SUMMERVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Summerville Road, Salford M6 7HB
Tel: 0161 736 4814

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Pupil Premium and PE/Sports Premium


Pupils who are eligible for the pupil premium funding make good and often outstanding progress.


Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2018/19

PE & Sports Premium Report 2018/19

PE & Sports Premium Report 2019/20

Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is allocated to schools in respect of children from low income families who are currently eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. This applies to mainstream and non mainstream settings. Schools are free to spend the pupil premium as they see fit to 'close the gap' between children from disadvantaged circumstances and those above the low-income threshold - it is not linked to a specific child, but it is used for overall impact. However, we are held accountable for how we use the additional funding to support children from low income families.

In the 2020/21 financial year schools will receive £1320 for each primary school child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years and children of armed service personnel. Schools also receive £2300 for each child looked after by the local authority

For the year 2019/20 Summerville Primary School received based on 100 pupils who either received Free School Meals or who are Looked After Children or Post Looked After Children. This equates to approximately 40% of the pupils on roll.

For the year 2020/21 Summerville Primary School received based on 100 pupils who either received Free School Meals or who are Looked After Children or Post Looked After Children. This equates to approximately 40% of the pupils on roll.

Schools can choose how they spend their pupil premium money as they are best placed to identify what would be of the most benefit to the children who are eligible. At Summerville we have analysed our barriers to learning, which include language and communication, low levels on entry to school, school readiness, identified lack of some parental engagement and identified barriers for learning including resilience and independence. This is underpinned by our core values of Excellence, Respect, Challenge and Self Belief.

Pupil Premium spending decisions have been reached by an analysis of pupil outcome data and termly monitoring of the impact of interventions and specific programmes. This enables us to maximise the achievements for our children. The next Pupil Premium Strategy review is July 2021.

Our pupil premium strategy and impact report can be found on this page.