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Pupil Premium and Sports Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Children at Chelmondiston C of E Primary School


At Chelmondiston C of E Primary we draw children from a wide range of different social and economic groupings. Some of these pupils are entitled to Pupil Premium. We use the money allocated to these children to ensure that they are not disadvantaged. In some cases this may mean that the money is spent directly on supporting the child in the classroom through additional support with an LSA. More often than not this will be accessed through a group so that particular children do not feel singled out. At other times the needs of a child may call for individual one to one support and again funds are used in this way.


Other Pupil Premium children may not have specific educational needs, as such we allocate to them an amount of money to support them with school trip costs, Early Bird and Late Bird Clubs, after school sport clubs or school uniform. 



3 Year Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-2022

Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019-20

Review of Pupil Premium Spending 2018/19

Pupil Premium 2017 - 2018

Review of Pupil Premium Spend 2017 - 2018

Pupil Premium 2016 - 2017

Review of Pupil Premium Spending 2016 - 2017

Pupil Premium 2015 - 2016

Sport's Premium Money 2017 - 2020


In the last and the present academic year the Government have announced that schools will receive double their normal Sport's Premium allowance. This is being paid to the school in two blocks. We are going to use part of the money (£3,000) to support the cost of swimming. The remainder of the money will be used to update resources equipment, schemes of work and training.

Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding 2019-20

Additional Information Regarding Swimming Required by the DFE


For the 2017/18 academic year, the DfE has set out a new requirement for schools to publish details of how many pupils within their year 6 cohort can do each of the following:
  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • Use a range of strokes effectively
  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.


All of the Year Six children met this standard.