Castle Cary Community Primary School

Castle Cary School

I love the surroundings of the school, it really makes it enjoyable to come to school here.

Year 3 Pupil

The teachers are funny and my friends are too!

Year 3 Pupil

Everyone is caring

Year 5 Pupil

I like it at our school because we do lots of work.

Year 2 Pupil

I like that it's about the children's rights and not just the teachers!

Year 6 Pupil

It's safe, fun and you always learn something new.

Year 5 Pupil

I love it at this school, nothing needs to be changed.

Year 3 Pupil

It's a great place to learn/

Year 3 Pupil

Everyone gets treated fairly; the whole school is kind.

Year 4 Pupil

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Castle Cary Community Primary School

Pupil Premium Summary

Castle Cary Community Primary School is committed to closing the gap between disadvantaged children and other children.

  • For the financial year 2017-2018, the school received £48,420 in Pupil premium Grant with 35 pupils eligible.
  • For the financial year 2018-2019, the school received £56.839 in Pupil premium Grant with 40 pupils eligible.

Expenditure of Pupil Premium Grant funding is established within the school, being used to support children to close the gap on their peers. The funding use is personalised to meet the needs of the individuals; children who may be working at or above the expected level are offered tuition and experiences to develop their learning at their own level.

All staff are aware which children in their classes are eligible for Pupil Premium and are held to account for the progress of the individuals, as is the case for all children. Children who are at the risk of under performance are clearly identified and discussed at length during termly pupil progress meeting s and much more regular informal discussions.  Children are also identified and monitored to accelerate progress if they are currently on track to achieve at least in line with expectations.

 

 

 

 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for Castle Cary Primary School 

A review of The Pupil Premium Strategy will be held in July 2019