Pupil/Sports Premium

Pupil/Sports premium

Please look at our downloads below for information on Pupil and Sports Premium, or a summary is available below

Download the Sports Premium Funding Report 2017 here >

Download the Pupil Premium 2017 Statement here >


How we use Pupil premium funding at Antingham and Southrepps Primary School

Presently we have five pupils that are eligible for Pupil Premium, in 2015/2016 this was twelve. Our pupil premium allocation for 2016/2017 is £13,780

We use this funding to offer a broad curriculum to ensure that all children experience success and develop aspirations. Recent research has shown that peer mentoring and support have the most impact on closing the gap and this is a focus for our school at present.

In previous years (2014/2015), here are the ways we have supported children with pupil premium;

  • Funding and use of the Sheringham High School minibus and trips so that children have the opportunity to widen their experiences and develop aspirations. Recent trips include a residential visit, a visit to London Science museum, visits to a local vets and to a fire station.
  • Intervention programmes led by trained teaching assistants in Lexia and Sound Discovery to improve spelling and reading and Numicon to support mathematical understanding.
  • One to one support from teaching assistants for those children with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties.
  • Working closely with services and support of the Short Stay School to ensure that the needs of children with emotional and behavioural needs are met and 1:1 teaching assistants are fully trained.

In more recent years the amount of pupil premium funding received has enabled us to provide suitable academic, social and emotional support, including through small groups. This year, and last year, pupil premium has aided the provision of small group teaching support in Literacy and Maths, counselling sessions with the Benjamin Foundation, some subsidised places for music lessions with a specialist teacher and school trips. In 2016/2017 the money is also being spent to buy a bespoke PSHE programme of study to support key children, fund places in after school clubs and purchase reading materials such as magazines and newspapers.


Support from the Benjamin Foundation

Intervention groups

Extra lunchtime support

1 to 1 support for LAC/EHCP children

Educational visits

Educational Resources







Although this is more than our total budget we felt it necessary to add funds from our main budget to support the children.


Academic progress has been the result of improved social and emotional wellbeing, and this is in line with national expectations. We were pleased to receive a congratulatory letter from the Regional Schools Commissioner Tim Coulson.

The progress of these children are closely tracked each half term and interventions and provision is planned according to their individual needs. The impact of any interventions that children have accessed are also closely monitored so that we evaluate the effectiveness of the provision that we offer.

 This table shows how the school plans to spend the PE and Sports Premium granted by the government in the academic year 2016-17

Academic Year: 2016-17

Total fund allocated: £ 8340

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve



The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

More children participate in extra-curricular clubs and try out new sports.

90% of children continue to attend an after-school Sports Club

Part of Premier Sports delivery and volunteers

 Through monitoring of attendance at clubs.

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Children enjoy sport and aspire to achieve well..

 Use Premier sports to ensure there is an experienced teacher to lead PE


Through pupil perception survey about PE and sport.

Increased participation in competitive sport

They are confident to compete against each other and other schools

Use High school minibus to take children to events

£500 minibus hire

£1000 – overtime for driver/extra staff attending events

£400 subscription to the Schools Sport Partnership

Number of events recorded

Successes celebrated

A broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils


 Links with local clubs and sporting organisations enable children to access a range of different experiences.

 Purchase of equipment to widen choice of sports offered.


Children recognise, understand and participate in a variety of sports

Offer children who are gifted and talented in sport additional support

To help them develop their sporting potential

Purchase of equipment or support with transport and links with clubs


Gifted and Talented sportspeople are excelling in their sports


The remainder of the funding will be kept and used where the need arises.