Children who are deemed as vulnerable by the Government are entitled to receive Pupil Premium Funding. Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's Chief Inspector, said the fund needs to “help disadvantaged children to achieve as well as their more prosperous peers”.
The initiative is intended to help to narrow the attainment gap between all children and provide extra support where required. The school will receive Pupil Premium based on the number of children in the following groups:
Schools have the freedom to spend the funding in a way they think will best support the raising of attainment for Pupil Premium pupils.
Cliffedale Primary School believes that PE is essential to the development of the whole child – a cademic,social, emotional, spiritual and physical. It should lead to a sense of well-being, a greater understanding of health and fitness, a healthy lifestyle and feeling of self-confidence.
We aim to enable pupils to develop co-ordination, strength, stamina and skilfulness and to promote spatial awareness and intelligent reactions to situations, through a range of individual, team, co-operative and competitive activities.
The above shows Cliffedale's most recent results (2019), these are not always available for comparison or in league tables until around November.
The above data represents the published results from the Department for Education (DfE). Click the link below to access the DfE Performance Tables (please check the year on the results as they don't always update at the same time as our website).
At Cliffedale Primary School we value the individuality of all of our children. We are committed to giving all our children every opportunity to achieve the highest standards. We do this by taking account of pupil's varied experiences and needs. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, and have high expectations of all children. The achievements, attitudes and well- being of all our children matter.
Our equal opportunities and accessibility policies are intended to help ensure this. Cliffedale promotes the individuality of all children, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, attainment, age, disability, gender or background.
We do not discriminate against anyone, be they staff, pupil, parent or visitor, on the grounds of ethnicity, religion, attainment, age, disability, gender or background.
We promote the principles of fairness for all through the education we provide at Cliffedale and recognise that this may entail treating some pupils differently.
We seek to ensure that all pupils have equal access to the full range of educational opportunities provided by the school.
We constantly strive to remove any forms of indirect discrimination that may form barriers to learning for some groups.
We ensure that all recruitment, employment and training systems are fair to all, and provide opportunities for everyone.
We challenge personal prejudice and stereotypical view whenever they occur.
We value each pupil’s worth, we celebrate the individuality and cultural diversity of the community centred on our school, and we show respect for all groups.
Through positive educational experiences, and support for each individual’s legitimate point of view, we aim to promote positive social attitudes, and respect for all.