Pupil Development Grant

Pupil Development Grant

For every child in receipt of Free School Meals, the school is allocated a sum of money, this is called the Pupil Development Grant (PDG).  The table below show details of Sully Primary School’s 2017-18 PDG spending plan.

Pupil Development Spending Plan 2017-18

School’s Key Areas for Improvement Expected Outcomes 2017-2018
Provide provision for additional tuition in small groups and on a one-to-one basis for pupils experiencing challenges accessing the curriculum, including pupils who have additional learning needs, experiencing financial disadvantage, emotional, social and behavioural needs.

 

Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.

 

All pupils eligible for free school meals (eFSM) meet their pupil level targets which are based on the whole school challenging targets.

Teachers to analyse the results of the reading and numeracy tests robustly and use this information to implement measurable initiatives for disadvantaged pupils. Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.
Key Stage 2 LSAs to continue to be under the direction of the ALNCo

 

Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.
LSAs timetabled to carry out effective, measured and planned initiatives Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.
Initiatives to be regularly assessed and evaluated by LSAs and ALNCo Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.
SLT to undertake regular monitoring of both provision and outcomes

 

Higher outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.