Aspire, Achieve and Thrive

PUPIL PREMIUM

         The Use and Impact

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is additional funding allocated by the government to children deemed to be disadvantaged. In most cases the Pupil Premium is allocated to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual students within their responsibility. 

The school now claims for the 3 groups entitled to PPG, the groups are:

  • Free School Meals - £935 per child (students entitled to or in receipt of FSM for the past 6 years are also eligible)
  • Free School Meals - £1320 per child (students entitled to or in receipt of FSM for the past 6 years) for pupils from reception year to Year 6
  • Looked after Children – £2300 (this money is held by the Virtual Headteacher who works in conjunction with the school)
  • Service Children - £300 (students within the last 4 years whose parents/carers have been in the services)

As a school we recognise that many of our students come from circumstances that may mean they have been disadvantaged at some point in their life and all of our students do encounter barriers to learning. Therefore we carefully choose strategies and invest in interventions to create provision that target and can support a wider range of students not just those with additional funding.

Please see the reports below.

 

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PPG_Strategy_document_2018-19

 

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PPG Review_2017-2018

 

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PPG_Strategy_document__2017-18

 

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Year_7_Catch_Up_Premium_2017-18