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Pupil & Sports Premium

Pupil and Sports Premium

Every school is allocated additional funding under Pupil Premium and Sports Premium schemes. As a school we have created reports which detail how this money has been spent and the impact on our pupils.  


Pupil Premium



What is the Pupil Premium?

Pupil Premium is funding allocated to schools for the specific purpose of boosting the attainment of pupils from low-income families. Funding is based on children who have registered for a free school meal at any point in the last 6 years, children who are in care or adopted, and children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.


The Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) is additional funding for early years settings to improve the education they provide for disadvantaged 3 and 4-year-olds.


Our philosophy

As a school we believe that all pupils have an entitlement to achieve their potential whatever their circumstances. As a school we will provide opportunities to break through barriers, increase resilience and place inclusivity at the heart of all we do. As the leadership of the school we will ensure that all resources are effectively deployed to ensure that every child has an equal opportunity to succeed.


In order to ensure we allocate our pupil premium funding effectively each year, the leadership team meet and discuss any potential barriers to learning for our Disadvantaged (pupil premium) children. Action is then taken as to how to adapt current provision or put in additional provision, to ensure there is a positive impact on progress. The progress and attainment of our Disadvantaged pupils is analysed at termly Pupil Progress meetings between the leadership team and class teacher. The provision for our Disadvantaged pupils is monitored and reviewed at least termly, at every Full Governing Board meeting and in the termly Headteacher Report to Governors.


Potential barriers to learning for our disadvantaged pupils are:


  • Poor attendance and punctuality
  • Lack of parental interest and involvement in education
  • Parental mental health
  • Very low starting points on entry to Nursery
  • Deprivation and over crowding
  • Parents not encouraging their children to be independent
  • Low self-esteem and resilience
  • Speech and language deprivation
  • Narrow experiences out of school
  • Limited access to rich language
  • EAL
  • Child protection and safeguarding
  • Special Educational Need


At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy, we value the abilities and achievements of all our pupils, and are committed to providing each pupil with the best possible environment for learning. We recognise that each child is unique and will have different needs, which may well vary throughout their time in the school. We have planned to spend our Pupil Premium funding to try to give them all the support that they need to be happy, confident and life-long learners. We believe in maximising the use of the Pupil Premium Grant by utilising a long-term strategy aligned to the School Improvement Plan. This enables us to implement a blend of short, medium and long-term interventions, and align pupil premium use with wider school improvements and improving readiness to learn.


Our implementation process

We believe in selecting a small number of priorities and giving them the best chance of success. We also believe in evidence-based interventions and learning from our experiences, which is why we utilise annual light-touch reviews to ensure our approach is effective and we can cease or amend interventions that are not having the intended impact.


We will:


  • Identify a key priority that we can address
  • Systematically explore appropriate programmes and practices
  • Examine the fit and feasibility with the school



  • Develop a clear, logical and well-specified plan
  • Assess the readiness of the school to deliver the plan
  • Make practical preparations



  • Support staff and solve any problems using a flexible leadership approach
  • Reinforce initial training with follow-on support
  • Drive faithful adoption and intelligent adaption



  • Plan for sustaining and scaling the intervention from the outset
  • Continually acknowledge, support and reward good implementation practices
  • Treat scale-up as a new implementation process



Our tiered approach

To prioritise spending, we have adopted a tiered approach to define our priorities and ensure balance. Our tiered approach comprises three categories:


  1. Quality of Teaching
  2. Targeted academic support
  3. Wider strategies


Within each category, we have chosen two or three interventions. This focused approach ensures the best chance of success for each intervention.


1. Quality of teaching

Good and Outstanding teaching is the most important lever schools have to improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils. Using our Pupil Premium funding to improve teaching quality benefits all pupils and has a particularly positive effect on our children eligible for Pupil Premium.


Our priority at Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy is to ensure that a highly effective teacher is in front of every class, and that every teacher is supported to keep improving.

Encouraging self-led professional development: facilitating regular CPD opportunities for all teaching staff.


  • Professional development: half-termly coaching sessions/subject leader monitoring activities to support teachers/TAs, with a particular emphasis on Maths, English/vocabulary and wider curriculum development.


  • Professional development for staff by participating in targeted training courses and INSET, both in-person and via our virtual CPD platform.


2. Targeted academic support

At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy, we consider carefully how our staff are deployed to provide specific targeted academic support either in a one-to-one or small group situation.


  • Structured interventions: introducing speech and language interventions for pupils with poor oral language and communication skills and introducing a structured intervention for phonics.


  • Small group tuition: introducing targeted English and Maths teaching for pupils who are below age-related expectations. Creating additional teaching and learning opportunities using support staff by expanding the school day.


3. Wider strategies

Here at Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy, we aim to focus on significant social and emotional support to help pupils in our care and ensure that all pupils have opportunities to participate in wider enrichment activities to enhance cultural capital.


  • Social and emotional support: further strengthening our pastoral care provision, including all children participating in well-being workshops to aid well-being.


  • Providing a wide variety of enrichment experiences for all pupils.





    Pupil Premium Statement 2022-2023

    Pupil Premium Strategic Plan 2021-2024

    Pupil Premium 2019-2020

    PE & Sport 


    At Wolverley Sebright, we know that PE and Sport is an integral part of our school curriculum. Physical Education and the promotion of Healthy Minds and Healthy Bodies inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in physically- demanding activities and helps all our pupils to become confident in a way which supports their fitness and health. 


    We provide outstanding Physical Education through high quality teaching and an exceptional curriculum. Our pupils are encouraged to achieve their personal best at all times and are challenged to succeed and excel in Physical Education and school sport. 


    All our pupils take part in at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity through PE lessons, lunchtimes and extra-curricular activities.


    We also believe that our pupils should have the opportunity to attend and compete in festival or competition to learn new skills and gain experience. Our pupils also compete in the inter- house competitions to build and develop our Sports Values which include: determination, fairness, honesty, passion, teamwork and respect. 

    School Games Gold Award 


    We are thrilled to share that the high quality sports provision within our school has been recognised again this year. The school has been awarded the School Games Gold Award.


    Well done to all our pupils and our PE/Games staff who completed the application but more importantly ensured our pupils have a comprehensive timetable of sports and games throughout the year. 


    Check out the school calendar or the PE and Sport page on the pupils tab which contains upcoming fixtures and events. 

    What is Sports Premium?


    Sports Premium funding is provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. Funding goes directly to schools and is used to improve the provision of, and the quality of sport and PE for all children.


    Each school receives £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil in years 1-6.


    At Wolverley we use some of the funding to be part of the Wyre Forest School Sports Partnership (SSP) which enables us to access a wide range of competitive inter-school events, including new sports, CPD for staff, leadership training for pupils, and support for PE leads.

    Funding is also used to enhance pupil experiences and enrich the school offer.

    PE and Sport Premium

    Sport Premium Report 2022-2023

    Swimming and Water Safety

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