Disadvantaged Student Funding Report – 2018/19
In the academic year 2018-2019, £307,560 Disadvantaged Pupil Funding was received by Wroughton Academies to support the engagement and learning of pupils either in receipt of Free School Meals, currently or during the past six years, those who are in local authority care, have been adopted from local authority care or children who have parents in the armed forces.
The funding has been targeted to ensure that students who are disadvantaged in some way are given equal opportunity to access, enjoy and achieve in their primary education. The grant has been used in a variety of ways, such as providing low income families support with uniform, equipment, trips, visits, activities and clubs, ensuring equal opportunity. Academically, the grant was used to provide additional classes in English and Mathematics to facilitate smaller teaching groups, additional in-class support as well as small group work and 1-2-1 tuition, as well as the implementation of a rigorous Phonics programme – ReadWriteInc.