Disadvantaged Pupil Premium

Since 2011, schools in England have received 'pupil premium' funding from the Government. This money is intended to be used to support children and families in school, particularly those entitled to Free School Meals. It is hoped that the money will help schools to improve their academic standards and engagement and wellbeing in children and families.

From September 2012, schools are required to publish how they are using this funding.

At our school, we are spending the money in the following ways:

  • Staffing and resourcing our free Breakfast Club, to enable working parents to leave children safely and attend work
  • Each class is given a contribution towards their 'trips and visits' fund, to allow teachers to take children out of school and provide them with rich learning experiences beyond the classroom
  • Funding for specialist Music teachers to come into school to work with our older children
Click Hereto view our Disadvantaged Pupil Premium strategy web statement.

Click Hereto see how we are using our Disadvantaged Pupil Premium allocation for 2015 - 2016

Click Here to see how we used our Disadvantaged Pupil Premium allocation for 2014 - 2015.

Click Here to see our Disadvantaged Pupil Premium policy.

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