Pupil Premium

Thomas Gamuel Primary school will receive £148,200 pupil premium funding for the period September 2015 – July 2016 as a direct grant from the DfE to help meet the educational needs of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly those who receive Free School Meals (FSM) or have done so in the last six years.

The most recent data for 2016, shows that approximately 30% of pupils at Thomas Gamuel fall into this category and entitled to support through the Pupil Premium Grant.

Allocation of Pupil Premium
During the next year approximately 80% of the pupil premium grant, will be spent on salaries of staff delivering intervention classes and support programmes for children eligible for the  pupil premium to help raise levels of attainment.

 The remaining 20% of the grant has been allocated to provide additional resources, enrichment activities and access to extended services for these pupils.

For a detailed breakdown of how the grant will be spent from September 2015 to July 2016, Click to view

For a breakdown of how the grant was spent in the previous year along with an analysis of its impact, Click to view

Attainment and achievement of pupils at Thomas Gamuel entitled to Pupil Premium Grant

For detailed results on the attainment and achievement levels of those pupils at Thomas Gamuel entitled to the pupil premium grant, Click to view

Pupil Premium Strategy to be updated for 2016-2017, Click to view