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Brampton Primary Academy

Striving to Reach the Best


To inspire everyone to strive for their best and to work with others within a caring, secure environment!

Pupil Premium



We aim to be a community where everyone is treated fairly and with respect. We want everyone to reach their potential, and recognise that for some pupils extra support is needed to help them to achieve and be successful.


We take our legal duties on equality seriously. We welcome our general duty under the Equality Act 2010 to eliminate discrimination, to advance equality of opportunity and to foster good relations.


There are 41 pupils currently attending Brampton Primary Academy who attract the pupil premium.


For the academic year 2016–17, Brampton Primary expects to receive £54,000 in pupil premium. The academy plans to spend this or has already spent this as follows:


  • £22000 on staffing to provide additional teaching with a focus on PPG students
  • £5500 on resources and training in the Cornerstones Curriculum
  • £4266 on a variety of reading initiatives  to promote reading (Reading volunteers, First News, Bug Club, Love to Read)
  • £13000 on a qualified and experienced Learning Mentor to deliver effective pastoral support 
  • £1000 on attendance and punctuality incentives
  • £1500 on parents workshops- numeracy workshops – Year 1-6 teaching strategies explained, resources made to take home to use to support home learning Parents; SEN/PPG parent workshops- specialists, intervention explanations, coffee mornings.
  • £4000 on Subsidised/ free places at breakfast and afterschool clubs/ Activecamps holiday provision

  •  £1230 Financing school trips to enrich their learning experiences as fully as possible and provide equal opportunities for all pupils and £1000 on School Journey contributions 

  • £ 1500 on individual and small group instrument lessons 


Please click the links below to download our grant strategy for the current academic year or reports on previous years  pupil premium allocation.



What is Pupil Premium?


For children entitled to free school meals, children in care and children of parents in the armed forces the school receives the pupil premium. 


Children on role at the annual census who have been on free school meals in the last 6 years will also gain this extra funding for the school (these are known as “Ever6”)


The purpose of Pupil Premium


We aim to deploy the Pupil Premium to raise achievement and narrow the attainment gap between children from low income and other disadvantaged families and their peers. At the heart of our Pupil Premium policy is the aim of closing the achievement gap which affects some of the most disadvantaged children across the full spectrum of needs and backgrounds within our school community.


Monitoring Pupil Premium


We will show annually how we plan to spend the new years funding and also publish a statement for the previous year confirming our Pupil Premium allocation, spend and the impact this has had.


Please click on the links below to download our Pupil Premium grant strategy for 2016-17 and reports on how we spent the pupil premium allocation on previous years.