Pupil Premium Grant

“Teaching, learning and assessment have improved rapidly and are now strong across the school. Consequently, all groups of Pupils are consistently making good progress.”


“The pupil premium grant for disadvantaged pupils is used well. Each pupil is identified, their needs assessed and funds used to give additional support. They also receive assistance for educational visits and events. As a result, these pupils are progressing well in their learning.”


“The school’s highly effective work to improve achievement has also paid off for disadvantaged pupils, and gaps in attainment and progress between different groups have closed or are closing rapidly across all year groups currently in school. This is an improving picture on the gaps reported in published performance information for 2015.”


(Ofsted November 2015)


The Pupil Premium Strategy Documents and Expenditure Reports are listed below.

Northlands Primary School prides itself on the provision and support it offers all pupils. However, there are some services that cannot be accessed by our younger pupils as they are not age appropriate or current legislation does not allow them to. Moreover they do not meet the needs of children in Nursery or Reception. Therefore, to ensure that all pupils have the access to the support that they need, for the curriculum year 2018-2019 school leaders at Northlands have created an additional expenditure plan for the Early Years Foundation Stage.  This expenditure report is tailored to meet the needs of our youngest pupils and ensure that we are working together to diminish the difference.

Enhanced Provision

Emotion Exploration through Puppet Play
Forest School
The Fire Pit
The Book Corner
Lego Therapy Studio
The Book Nook
Role Play in Nurture
Forest School Celebration Wall
Forest School
The Burrow
Our Teepee
Star Books
Forest School Base

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact Report 2017-2018

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact Report 2016- 2017

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact Report 2015-2016

Pupil Premium Expenditure and Impact Report 2014-15