The Pupil Premium is allocated to all schools for children of statutory school age from low-income families who are known to be eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) in both mainstream and non- mainstream settings. This also applies to children who at any time over the last 6 years have been eligible for FSM.in addition it applies to children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and to adopted children and children whose parents are in currently serving in the armed forces.
From 2011 the number of grants available to schools was considerably reduced and as such the overall budget was also less. The Pupil Premium funding enables the school to maintain its high level of support in a number of established areas that support, in particular vulnerable families, but also all of our school community. Pupil Premium funding varies from year to year according to the number of Free School Meals (FSM). Therefore it is crucial that parents entitled to FSM register their children and notify the school if any of the other criteria noted above applies to them.
Schools are free to allocate the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However we are held accountable for how we use this additional funding.
Pupil Premium 2012-13: £19200
Pupil Premium 2013-14: £28200
Pupil Premium 2014-15: £40300
Pupil Premium 2015-16: 39600
Impact of Pupil provision 2014-15.
Through this provision there has been a continuous improvement in the levels of attendance and engagement with school, attainment and achievement for all pupils.
Attainment at the end of Year Six (2014-15)
Number of Pupils (7)
Objectives of Pupil Premium Grant Spending 2014/15
% Pupils who made 2 levels Progress
Not Pupil Premium
Please find below a breakdown of Pupil Premium funding for 2014-15:
Pupil Premium 2014-15 Total amount :£40300
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