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Guru Nanak Multi Academy Trust

Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is a sum of money which the Academy receives for every pupil who is currently in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or who has been in receipt of FSM over the past 6 years (Ever 6 FSM).  Pupil Premium also covers those who are in the care of the Local Authority and those pupils that are children of service personnel. The main aim of the grant is to raise the achievement of children from disadvantaged backgrounds and to close the gap with their peers who are not entitled to this support. Nationally, children eligible for the grant achieve at a much lower level than their peers.

The Government believes that the PPG is the best way to address these underlying inequalities. In spending this funding, our key guiding principle is to ensure that all children entitled to Pupil Premium make outstanding progress, not just those who are lower attaining. Most of our pupils start school with little or no English and we aim for all children to make accelerated progress in order to reach or exceed age related expectations as they move up the school.

Our decision making is informed through analysing our data and regular parental engagement. We have planned the use of the Pupil Premium Grant to maximise progress and attainment, drawing on a range of resources.

Pupil Premium 2016 / 17

Pupil Premium Report

The following table identifies the PPM report from GNSA Primary and Secondary


Primary School Allocation Report

Total pupils on roll


Total number eligible for Pupil Premium


Total amount received


Planned allocation of funding


Interventions, support and initiatives


Pupil Premium Learning Support Assistant

Designated member of staff to provide cross phase support to all pupils in receipt of the PPG




Full time support staff

Year 6 boosters


Year 2 boosters


After school clubs




Group tuition (after school)

Group tuition once weekly for 1 hour




Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club allocation





Online learning resources

Manga High





Multi-sport club fee


Football club fee




School trips

100% of non-residential school trips


50% of residential school trips (year 6 PGL)





£49, 440


Total PPG received


Total PPG expenditure


PPG remaining







Pupil Premium Grant Reports

Using the tabs on the left you can view how the Pupil Premium Grant was allocated in the academic year 2014-2015. The report also provides a clear analysis of the impact of the PPG. The report for the current academic year will be uploaded in due course.