Pupil premium funds are used to improve pupil’s learning across the school, including nursery. The funding pays for a range of small group teaching run by well-trained staff, as well as introducing children to new experiences. This is resulting in higher attainment for these pupils.
Ofsted Report 2015
Additional Funding May Be Available For Your Child
Why not find out if your child is eligible?
Primary schools are given a pupil premium fund for:
- Children in Reception to Year 6 who are, or who have been, entitled to free school meals on their family income.
- Children in care.
- Children previously in care who have been adopted or who have a special. guardianship order, child arrangement order or a residence order.
- Children recorded as being from service families
- Children eligible under the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (IAA) Support
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Pupil Premium Funding Report to Parents and Carers
What is Pupil Premium Funding?
The Pupil Premium is additional to the main school funding and is allocated to schools on the basis of the number of children eligble for free school meals (FSM). It is intended to enable schools to tackle disadvantage and reach the children who need it most. The school’s Pupil Premium strategy is reviewed by the end of September each year.
Objectives for Spending
- To offer well matched provision for the wide range of children’s needs
- To raise attainment and narrow the gap between disadvantaged children and their peers
- To support disadvantaged children to achieve their targets and potential