Valley View Primary School

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Pupil Premium


As of September 2012 the government requires all schools to publicize how they spend their pupil premium.

Pupil premium is the means by which funding is allocated to schools. Funding is allocated as a result of the schools special educational needs, looked after children and free school meals numbers.

Funding  additional support for children in school through the employment of additional support staff and teachers. This allows us to provide targeted intervention for all children who are not making the expected progress by reducing class and groups sizes and running specific intervention programmes in reading, writing and maths.

As a result of this support we have been able to secure:

All groups of learners- special needs, looked after and free school meals achieve better than the national average by the end of KS2.

The end of KS2 average points score results (30.1) are  above local and national averages


We have been identified by Ofsted as a school who achieves success with our pupil premium spend and are supporting a north east project into sharing effective systems

You may wish to visit the Department for Education page where some of the frequently asked questions on Pupil Premium are answered.

For a full breakdown of school statistics and results follow the link to the  Department of Education website.



Head teacher Mrs Jeynes

Valley View Primary School, Lambton Terrace,  Jarrow,  Tyne And Wear, NE32 5QT   

Telephone  0191 4249977      Fax  0191 4249966        info@valleyview.s-tyneside.sch.uk


School Sports Funding

In 2013-14 we have been allocated £8,365 which will be spent on new equipment for Early Years and for the KS1 and KS2 yards and to continue the funding of specialist coaching for this year. If you would like to see the full breakdown of this spending click for the PDF.


Pupils sport premium.pdf

Full Pupil Premium Report

FSM PP.pdf