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Pupil Premium

At St Peter’s Church of England Junior School, we believe passionately that every child should be able to ‘Learn and Live - Life in all its Fullness’, as inspired by John 10:10. We are proud of our warm family feel and our nurturing environment - a place where every child is known and valued.

We strive to nurture, support and challenge all children to know and achieve their full potential. Rooted in our aspiration for all children, we are fully committed to identifying and addressing the individual needs of every, striving to ensure equity for all, including our most disadvantaged children.


We believe that every child should be enabled to flourish in life, learning and work.  We therefore aim to provide all children with rich and fulfilling experiences, instilling a sense of self-belief and pride through the taught curriculum and wider character building.  We want every child to feel a strong sense of belonging within our school community, aiming to remove any barriers in their way of success.



Pupil Premium Strategy

The principles of High Quality Inclusive Teaching are at the heart of our strategy approach.  Underpinned by these principles, we are committed to delivering a fully inclusive curriculum with high aspirations for every child.  Supported by our vision of ‘life in all fullness’, our ultimate objectives for all pupils are:

•    To improve reading for every child 
•    To enable curriculum depth and effectiveness in every subject, for every child
•    To ensure the curriculum is fully inclusive for every child
•    To raise attainment and achievement in every subject, for every child

Through a broad, memorable and ambitious curriculum, our intention is that all children, regardless of their background or the challenges they face, make good progress and achieve well across all subject areas. The focus of our pupil premium strategy is to support disadvantaged pupils to achieve this goal, with high aspirations in relation to their starting points.