The Pupil Premium is an element of school funding aimed at narrowing the gap in attainment between certain disadvantaged groups of pupils and those who are more well off.
The funding is provided to schools, which decide how best to spend this according to local needs.
Our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement sets out details of our allocation and how it will be spent to directly impact on the barriers faced by eligible pupils. –
You can also view our report on the impact of Pupil Premium spending last year –Bampton PP Strategy statement 2019-20 July 2020 update
Sport Funding 2020-21
Developing an engaging and effective PE curriculum is important so we continue to fund training and development opportunities for our staff.
We continue to buy into the Burford PE Partnership to enable all our children to participate in PE festivals and tournaments throughout the year.
We fund extra curricular workshops and activities to enrich the PE provision.
We promote active playtimes and provide a range of equipment to support children in enjoying being physically active.
All Key Stage Two children undertake at least 10 weeks swimming each year meaning most children can reach the expected outcomes for swimming at the end of Key Stage Two.
The impact of PE Spending 2019-20 is shared in this document: PE spending 2019-20Reviewed May 2020
Sports Premium Spending plan for 2020-2021 : PE spending 2020-21