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  • Year 5/6 Netball & Football Competition Review

    On Wednesday 15th November, pupils from Year 5 and 6 competed in an inter-school netball and football tournament, which was held at The John Warner School. Netball It…

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  • Air Clean Sweep!

    The recent inter-house tournament in football and netball was a huge success, with air house prevailing in the year 3-4 and year 5-6 competition. Congratulations to all of…

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  • Year 3 this half term

    Our half term has kicked off with lots of learning! Firstly, thank you for your donations for Children in Need. The children enjoyed wearing their pyjamas in school…

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  • News on the 19th

    Click here to read about Junior Dragons, Bikeability, the Christmas period schedule and much more in the latest school newsletter

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  • MyMaths is available from home!

    We have just renewed our subscription to MyMaths which is an interactive online teaching and home learning resource aligned to the National Curriculum. It is used in school…

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The pupil premium is a sum of money given to schools each year by the Government to raise the achievement of disadvantaged pupils from reception to year 11.  This is based on research showing that children from low income families often perform less well at school than their peers and pupil premium is intended to directly benefit the children who are eligible, helping to narrow the gap between them and their classmates.

Funding is for children from low-income families who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years (FSM ‘Ever 6’) or are looked after children or from families with parents in the Armed Forces. If you think your child may be eligible then let us know or visit:

https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/schools-and-education/at-school/free-school-meals/free-school-meals.aspx.

Even if your child is in Reception, Year 1 or 2 and receives universal free school meals, you should still register as the school could get extra money to support your child.

The DfE guidelines state that schools can choose how to spend their pupil premium money as they are best placed to identify what would be of most benefit to the children who are eligible. At Wormley, we have a clear Pupil Premium Strategy, which is led by Mrs Harris, to meet the needs of our pupils. This strategy includes extra tuition, additional resources and enrichment activities. We also closely monitor how we use the Pupil Premium and the impact  that it is having on our learners.

For more information go to DfE website

Plan to improve attainment for disadvantaged pupils Sep 2017

Impact of the PE and Sport Premium Summer 2017

Pupil Premium 2017 18 Summary for resources October 2017