Pupil Premium and Sports Premium
for our Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact Report for 2019-2020
Click here for our Sports Premium Strategy and Impact Report for 2019-2020
Click here for our Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact Report for 2018-2019
Click here for our Sports Premium Strategy and Impact Report for 2018-2019
What is Pupil Premium?
The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools to support disadvantaged pupils. Peter Hills School receives additional funding for cared for children and for every pupil who has received free school meals over the past 5 years.
We up-date our records annually to make sure we have an accurate account of the school population. However, if your circumstances change please inform the school office.
If you are in receipt of any of the following your child is eligible for free school meals:
- Income Support
- Income based jobseeker’s allowance
- Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- Child tax credit, provided they are not entitled to working tax credit and have an annual income, as assessed by HM Revenue and Customs, that does not exceed £16,190
- The guarantee element of state pension credit
- Employment support allowance
If you are unsure of whether or not you are entitled to free school meals, the school can check for you using the confidential Eligibility Checking Service. If you would like us to check for you please provide the information requested below.
- Claimant (i.e. parent) NI Number (or)
- NASS Reference (for asylum seekers)
- Claimant (i.e. parent) Date of Birth
- Claimant (i.e. parent) Legal Surname
As with everything we do at Peter Hills ensuring the quality and effectiveness of our initiatives and programs is essential. With this is mind the school ensures this extra funding is put to good use by establishing priorities each year. We use up to date research to guide our spending to ensure high impact strategies.
Sport at Peter Hills
Physically active children are not only healthier but do better academically and in life, and are far more likely to be active as adults. The first ten years of life provide children with a blueprint for their adult lives and is the time when they develop the critical fundamental movement skills that act as foundations and building blocks for future activity.
PE at Peter Hills has had a real shake up over the last 12 months as we strive to make physical activity a part of every day. Whether it's the 'Daily Mile', a before school fitness activity or joining a sports team, Sports is important. All PE is based on a foundation of fitness and fundamental movement skills which are prerequisites for sporting ability. Skills include:
- agility (being able to move the body quickly and easily)
- balance (being able to distribute weight easily to achieve stability)
- coordination (being able to use limbs together smoothly and efficiently)
- sports-specific skills (hitting, catching, jumping, throwing, running).
For the year 2016/17, Peter Hills Primary School will receive £8,500 Sport Premium funding from The Department of Education and The Education Funding Agency. This funding will go towards providing an additional full time employee who will provide physical education and activity for both classes and small sport clubs.
Over the year, a total of 9 before school and after school sports clubs are available each week at a maximum cost of £5 per session (no charge for those children receiving the pupil premium funding and no cost for several clubs before school). Over 135 children took part, of which 39% were girls.
Download the document below to find out more about the Sports Premium spend.
Please click here . Next review July 2020.