Euxtonce Primary | Funding Information
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Funding Information

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Statement

Pupil Premium Policy

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2023-2024

Pupil premium Strategy Statement 2022-2023

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021-2022

Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-2021

Pupil Premium Strategy Review 2019-2020

Covid Catch Up Premium 2020-2021

Reviewed Euxton CE Catch up Premium Statement 

Sports Premium

PE Sports Premium Spend 2022-2023

PE Sports Premium Spend 2021-2022

PE Sports Premium Spend 2020-2021

PE Sports Premium Spend 2019-2020

PE Sports Premium Spend 2018-2019

School Games Gold Award also achieved in 2019/2020


Staffing – no members of staff earn in excess of £100k


Pupil Premium and Additional Funding for Children

Funding & Expenditure

For 2019/2020 we received £19,380 for pupil premium. The targeted intervention was wider ranging in type for the current year than in previous years. Whilst actions were already in place, the school leadership team varied the exact spending during the year to tally closely with the varying needs of these children. The following support was given:

  • Extra time with teaching assistants
  • Additional, individually tailored work in core skills work, including spelling, writing, reading and mathematics
  • Assistance in funding for extra-curricular opportunities or resources
  • Supplementary breakfast /toast
  • Access to nurture sessions and/or a school counsellor
  • Assessments to further support socially or educationally
  • Occupational therapy
  • Educational Psychologist assessments
  • INSET for all teachers and teaching assistants

In addition to the financial expenditure on staffing and resources for these children, Miss Lewis (Pupil Premium Lead) keeps a close eye on tracking and progress of these children as they move through school. Their progress is highlighted during termly Pupil Progress Meetings which in turn is reported to the Governing Body (Mrs Edge is the designated governor for children who receive pupil premium / additional funding).


Due to COVID-19, it has been difficult to assess impact in 2019 to 2020. Internal and external assessment data for the school year 2018 to 2019 showed that, on average, 89% made the ‘expected progress’ for their age related expectations in English and maths. All children made progress in all areas.


12 pupils, including CLA

Subject                 below           expected /in line or above age


Progress                 8%    (1)                92%

Age-Related          17%    (2)               83%


Progress                 8%    (1)                 92%

Age-Related           17%    (2)               83%


Progress                  8% (1)                   92%

Age-Related            17% (2)                 83%