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Financial Reporting

AET Financial Reporting
 Please click on the following link to access the audited AET group financial statements (these contain details of payments to Trustees):
If you would like to view the academy's gift register a copy is available on request
Please see reports below detailing how the academy's Pupil Premium and Sports Funding received during the academic year 13/14 has been spent and the impact of the funding on the outcomes of pupils in receipt of the funding.
Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)

Our last PPG review was March 2017

Our PP grant for this academic year is:
The pupil premium for 17-18
Sept 17 - Mar 18    - £90,860
Estimated Apr 18 - Aug 18 - £63,800 (based on 118 PP pupils Oct 17)
Total 17-18- £155,760

Our Aim:

To narrow and ultimately diminish the difference  in attainment between pupils in receipt of pupil premium (ever6) looked after premium or forces premium and those children not in receipt of additional premiums.

Barriers to learning faced by eligible pupils at the academy:

Poor attendance

Lack of homework

Mobility means pupils accountable for change regularly

No access to learning support materials at home

Poor literacy and numeracy skills of some parents so they can’t support their children

Lack of value for education

Phonics gaps

Mental health issues

English as a new or additional language

SLCN issues

Challenging family circumstances (impact of substance misuse/dv etc.)

Access to a nutritious diet

Experience deficit (few other experiences outside of family home)


Provision Tracking via use of Provision Map Writer will evidence impact on progress - reviewed half termly by SLT

Desired outcomes:

Raised attainment of  pupils attraction additional premium s

Diminishing differences between all pupil groups

Improving attendance to a minimum 96%

Increase parental engagement with the academy and education as a whole

Improve life experiences for children

Ensuring equity of opportunity

Ensuring health and well-being

Sports Premium
Funding for 2016-17 amounted to £8,776 -
school have also contributed an additional amount of their budget towards this as we believe this is money well spent on ensuring positive mental health and well-being for our pupils bringing the total to £11,997

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding for PE and Sport.  The funding should be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision.

We are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport in school.  This can include increasing participation in PE and Sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

At North Ormesby Primary Academy we have:-

  • Allocated funding to train some Y6 pupils to become sports leaders and run sporting activities at break and lunchtimes to encourage all children to join in physical activities throughout the school day
  • Allocated funding for additional staff CPD for circuit training and PE to music
  • Allocated funding to purchase additional sports equipment for use on the yard during break and lunch times
  • funded after school sports clubs for KS1 and KS2
  • Allocated funding together with other schools to the County Sports Partnership Network to deliver high quality physical education, sport physical activity, and competitions.
  • Increased participation in sports tournaments by funding transport costs
  • Funded Intensive swimming for Y3 pupils so they can swim 25m
  • Whole school fun fit sessions
By training young sports leaders and encouraging the adoption of a healthy lifestyle by all pupils we are hopeful this will stay with them and lead to the sustainability of the interventions and provision

Sarah Bullock,
20 Oct 2015, 02:44
Sarah Bullock,
8 Nov 2016, 04:02
Christine KempHall,
9 Nov 2016, 02:52
Sarah Bullock,
13 Nov 2017, 07:07
Sarah Bullock,
20 Oct 2015, 02:45
Sarah Bullock,
14 Jun 2017, 08:29