Pupil Premium

Infants - Pupil Premium
Pupil Premium child ‘The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for FSM (Free School Meals) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most’ – quote from the Department For Education.

The pupil premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage children reaches the pupils who need it most. The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and Schools with pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces. In 2011/2012 the funding allocated was £488 per child, £200 for the children of the Armed Forces Families. This rose to £600 and £300 respectively. From April 2012 the coverage of the Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years.

 

As a school we are aware of all vulnerable children and understand that not all FSM pupils are vulnerable and that some children who need additional support do not have free school meals. From September 2014 all Infant School children receive a free school meal daily. As a school we have asked parents to provide information confidentially to ensure that children can still access the support that they are entitled to.

 

The purpose of the Service Pupil Premium

Eligible schools receive the SPP so that they can offer mainly pastoral support during challenging times and to help mitigate the negative impact on service children of family mobility or parental deployment.

Mobility is when a service family is posted from one location to another, including overseas and within the UK.

Deployment is when a service person is serving away from home for a period of time. This could be a 6 to 9 month tour of duty, a training course or an exercise which could last for a few weeks.

 

Click the triangles below to find out how we spend our Pupil Premium allocation.

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Impact and evaluation triangle

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Please find detailed below information regarding our Pupil Premium spend for 2013-2014:

Click here for the Infant School Pupil Premium Report

Please find detailed below information regarding our Pupil Premium spend for 2014-2015:

Click here for the Infant School Pupil Premium Report

For further details and information on the Pupil Premium, please visit:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

Junior - Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium child

‘The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for FSM (Free School Meals) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most’ – quote from the Department For Education.

 

 

The pupil premium is designed to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage children reaches the pupils who need it most. The funding is allocated to Local Authorities and Schools with pupils from Reception to Y11 who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or are looked after or have parents currently in the Armed Forces. In 2011/2012 the funding allocated was £488 per child, £200 for the children of the Armed Forces Families. This rose to £600 and £300 respectively. From April 2012 the coverage of the Premium was widened to include those eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years.

As a school we are aware of all vulnerable children and understand that not all FSM pupils are vulnerable and that some children who need additional support do not have free school meals. From September 2014 all Infant School children receive a free school meal daily.  As a school we have asked parents to provide information confidentially to ensure that children can still access the support that they are entitled to.

 

The purpose of the Service Pupil Premium

Eligible schools receive the SPP so that they can offer mainly pastoral support during challenging times and to help mitigate the negative impact on service children of family mobility or parental deployment.

Mobility is when a service family is posted from one location to another, including overseas and within the UK.

Deployment is when a service person is serving away from home for a period of time. This could be a 6 to 9 month tour of duty, a training course or an exercise which could last for a few weeks.

Please click on the pictures/icons to find out how we spend our Pupil Premium allocation.

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Impact and evaluation triangle

 

Please find detailed below information regarding our Pupil Premium spend for 2013-2014:

Click here for the Junior School Pupil Premium Report

Please find detailed below information regarding our Pupil Premium spend for 2014-2015:

Click here for the Junior School Pupil Premium Report

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