Pupil Premium/Covid Catch-up Funding/PE and Sports Premium Funding

We receive additional funding in three areas to help support the learning of young people in school. This page will hopefully give you an understanding of what it is spent on and its impact. If you have any particular queries please don't hesitate to get in contact.

 

The Castle School: Pupil Premium 2020-2021 – Report on Impact

"Pupils who are eligible for additional government funding, including pupil premium and ‘catch-up’ funding, make equally good progress. The school’s detailed tracking records clearly show that there are no differences in the attainment of these pupils in English or mathematics, to the rest of the school and they achieve more highly than pupils nationally with similar learning disabilities."

Ofsted

The amount of Pupil Premium Grant funding which The Castle School received for the academic year 2020-2021 was £59500. Please click here to read the report on the impact of the funding.

 

The Castle School: Pupil Premium 2021-2022 Plans

Please click here to view what we are using our Pupil Premium Funding for this academic year 2021-2022. This plan will be reviewed in the Autumn 2022.

 

Covid Catch-up Premium Funding report 2020-2021

Please click here to read our Catch-Up Premium report for 2020-2021

 

Covid Recovery Premium Plans 2021-2022

Please click here to read our Covid Recovery Plans for 2021-2022

PE and Sports Premium

Please note that this will be updated shortly. Along with all other schools in England, we have been given extra funds to support PE for pupils in years 1 to 6. Please click here to read our impact action plan for 2021-2022, which shows how the money is being spent and how this will impact on pupils PE in Key Stage 1 and 2.

To read the action plan for 2020-2021 and what was achieved please click here