Pupil Premium Lead Teacher
Mrs Siobhan Adams (Headteacher)
Pupil Premium Funding
Pupil premium is government funding provided to schools to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to close the gaps between them and their peers. It is to provide opportunities and experiences to improve the outcomes for those children.
At Brooklands we use the Pupil Premium to ensure that our most vulnerable children are given opportunities with additional support to enhance their development and educational attainment.
Barriers to Future Attainment
Starting school at a lower level than their peers
Poorer speech and language skills
Limited cultural capital, often due to limited access to life experiences
No additional learning support at home, unlike many of their peers
Vulnerable social, emotional and mental health which affects their ability to learn in the classroom
Children will achieve in line with their peers.
Children's Social, Emotional and Mental Health will be supported enabling them to achieve in school.
Children will take part in experiences to develop their cultural capital
Children’s language skills will improve to enable them to achieve in line with their peers
Additional adult support in class
Small group teaching
Online homework programs
Learning Mentor Support
Jigsaw PSHE program
Drawing & Talking therapy
Subsidies for school trips
Additional Speech and Language Therapy
Additional Educational Psychologist support