Early Years Pupil Premium

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2022/2023 EYPP Report 2022-23

Autumn 2022 £1,179

Spring 2023 £1,098

Summer 2023 £1,562

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2021/2022 EYPP Report 2021-22

Autumn 2021 £1,431

Spring 2022 £2,116

Summer 2022 £2,160

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2020/2021 EYPP Strategy and Report 2020-21

Autumn 2020 £2,146.50

Spring 2021 £2,575.80

Summer 2021 £2,766.60

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2019/2020

Autumn 2019 £667.80 EYPP Report Autumn 2019

Spring 2020 £954.00

Summer 2020 £1,717.20

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2018/2019

Autumn 2018 £667.80 EYPP Report Autumn 2018

Spring 2019 £667.80 EYPP Report Spring 2019

Summer 2019 £890.40 EYPP Report Summer 2019

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2017/2018

Autumn 2017 £1113.00

Spring 2018 £1168.65

Summer 2018 £1435.77

Early Years Pupil Premium – 2016/2017

The Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) group can contain children from different year groups at different points of the academic year.

Early Years Pupil Premium is received in three blocks per pupil each term on a pro rata basis from the census point that a child joins the school. Funding received during the academic year 2016/2017 was as follows:

Autumn 2016 £556.50

Spring 2017 £1335.24

Summer 2017 £2700.00


Early Years Pupil Premium funds are spent with the following aims in mind:

  • To close the attainment gap and accelerate progress
  • To provide experiences that enhance and enrich children’s learning


 In the academic year 2019/2020 Early Years Pupil Premium has been/will be spent as follows:

  • Teaching Assistant/Nursery Nurse hours targeted to deliver speech, language and communication development programme (SPIRALS) and 1-1 language support
  • Teaching Assistant/Nursery Nurse hours targeted to deliver maths development programmes
  • DBS checks for volunteers coming into school to be ‘Sofa Superheroes’ sharing stories with children during the session
  • Copies of the annual five core picture books and two core maths games focused on during the year to support home learning for children eligible for EYPP
  • Farm visit to Nursery
  • ‘Living Eggs’ chick hatching experience in Nursery


Value for money has been sought through reference to research and impact via the Educational Endowment Fund website; https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/evidence/early-years-toolkit


Our website will provide you with introductory information about our aims and values. They will explain how we work and how the children will learn during their time with us.

Additional information will be displayed in school, published on this website or sent home in Newsletters. At all times, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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