The school received £261, 360 in 2015 – 2016
172 pupils generate Pupil Premium funding, including 4 looked after children (LAC)
As the numbers are so large the funding is largely spent on
Projects were initiated in the EYFS to improve confidence in communication, and training was provided for all staff to improve children’s communication skills, as this is an area which has a huge impact on achievement.
Money is also used to enable access to activities, e.g. clubs and trips. Lunchtime clubs for circus skills are one example of the ways that the money has been used creatively to increase confidence and self-esteem.
In 2015 the school uniform was changed, as this constituted a major expense for some families, the new school uniform was purchased in full for eligible pupils
The in school gap was 14 (achieving L4 + in RWM) in 2013, and in 2015 it was 3.
It should be noted that disadvantaged pupils at Camelot perform better than disadvantaged pupils nationally, and have done so for the past 3 years.
(11, 15, and 19) respectively.
|Level 4 + RWM||2015||2014||2013|
|Disadvantaged pupils national||70%||67%||63%|
|Disadvantaged pupils school||89%||82%||74%|