Pupil Premium


Crowland is in the top 10% of primary schools nationally for outstanding pupil premium impact

The pupil premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated as a fixed amount per pupil on free school meals. The funding is aimed at low income families and schools are now using this to support children.

During 2011-12 Crowland Primary School received £45,384 and the grant was spent on:

  • One to one tuition
  • Funding places on school trips
  • Provision of school uniform items
  • Funding club activities
  • Playing for Success (Spurs program)

During 2012-13 we received £81,600 and spent it on:

  • One to one tuition
  • Funding places on school trips
  • Interventions teacher
  • Funding club activities
  • Enhancing children’s learning environment
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant
  • Playing for Success (Spurs program)

During 2013-14 we received £133,200 and spent it on:

  • Y5/Y6 literacy and numeracy setting (% teacher salaries)
  • Learning Mentor (% of salary) – intervention support for emotional and behavioural needs; attendance support
  • Support teacher small group interventions in KS1 (% salary)
  • Support Teacher 1-1 in KS1 (% salary)
  • Support teacher 1-1 in Y6 (% Salary) intervention (% salary)
  • Booster lessons Y5/Y6
  • Teaching assistant individual and small group
  • Educational visits – Including Pendarren
  • Playing for Success
  • Whole Class Instrument
  • Access to wrap around care
  • Reading Assistant

During 2014-15 we received £188,500 and we spent it on:

  • Y5/Y6 literacy and numeracy setting (% teacher salaries)
  • Pastoral Manager (% of salary) – intervention support for emotional and behavioural needs, attendance and punctuality support
  • Support teacher small group interventions in KS1 & KS2 (% salary)
  • Support Teacher 1-1 in KS1 (% salary)
  • Support teacher 1-1 in Y6 (% Salary)
  • HLTA individual and small group intervention (% salary)
  • Booster lessons Y5/Y6
  • Whole Class Instrument
  • Educational visits – Including Pendarren, trip to France, camping
  • Playing for Success
  • Access to wrap around care
  • Cover Supervisor role to support enrichment
  • Forest School/outdoor learning teacher
  • Provision of Sports Kit/uniform

The Pupil premium really helps the team close the gap between children from families on low income and those not on low incomes. Therefore proving that no matter what your social background, effective teaching and use of resources can achieve high standards from all children.

For a detailed breakdown see document attached at the bottom of the page.

Pupil Premium Awards 2016

We were delighted to receive a letter Sam Gyimah MP, Under Secretary of State for Childcare and Education, congratulating our school on being named a local winner of the Pupil Premium Awards 2016.

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School hours

Crowland Primary School

Monday - Friday

8.55am - 3.30pm

During normal term time

The school office is open from 8:00am and closes at 5.00pm

Contact details

Crowland Primary School

Crowland Primary School
Crowland Road
London N15 6UX

Telephone
020 8800 4553

Email
frontdesk@crowland.haringey.sch.uk