2016/17 Academic Year

The Olive Tree Primary School’s pupil premium funding for 2016/17 is confirmed as £84,480.

The Pupil Premium will be used for a range of interventions and support services.

Please click here to see a detailed report of how the school intends to spend this money.

 

2015/16 Academic Year

The Olive Tree Primary School’s pupil premium funding for 2015/16 was confirmed as £58,046.

Please click here to see a detailed report of how the money was spent.

 

2014/15 Academic Year

The Olive Tree Primary School’s pupil premium funding for 2014/15 was confirmed as £40,300.

Please click here to see a detailed report of how the money will be spent.

14/04/15 Good News! The school has just been informed that it will soon receive an additional £11,576 in pupil premium funding for the 2014 to 2015 academic year.  We provisionally intend to utilise the additional funds to enhance the progress and pastoral care of our target pupils through:

  • A Pupil Premium Mentor – The role of the PP Mentor is to routinely mentor target pupils on a 1:1 basis, more so in the case of underachievement to empower pupils to make a difference to their own lives and those of others.  To work in partnership with Parents/Guardians/Carers of target pupils where the school is aware of challenges at home.  To liaise and discuss strategic direction with the inclusion co-ordinator to deliver effective intervention support to enhance achievement.
  • Breakfast Club – The provision of a breakfast club will allow our target children to enjoy a great start to their day with a healthy breakfast as well as spend time reading, researching and developing social skills in the support session.
  • Reading – Further enhance existing provision of reading material to support target pupils to make accelerated progress in literacy.

2013/14 Academic Year

The Olive Tree Primary School’s pupil premium funding for 2013/14 was confirmed as £21,600.

The Pupil Premium was used for a range of interventions and support services, including:

  • focussed EAL intervention support to pupils at early stages of language acquisition
  • additional support to release learning assistant to deliver ELS intervention
  • reading scheme to support accelerated reading and phonics provision
  • develop & build a library area in school: Books to fill the shelves, SLA with the Bolton Council library service, and beanbags to create an inviting seating area
  • subsidised educational visits

Please click here to see a detailed report of how the money was spent.