Pupil Premium Government Grant
We receive a grant from the government every year which we use in order to meet these key objectives
Raise progress and narrow and close the gap between the achievement of these pupils/students and their peers (measured in gap between PP and non-PP LoP, particularly in English and Maths)
- Increase social mobility and address any underlying inequalities between children eligible for pupil premium and others, improving engagement with education.
- So that we make a significant impact on students’ education and lives.
We get the grant from the government for children who are in one of these categories:
- If you get free school meals, either at the moment or at any point in the last six years (since September 2009).
- If you are a Looked After Child.
- If you are adopted from care or have left care on a special guardianship order or child arrangements order (previously known as a residence order).
- If you are a service child, or have a parents who were in the services from January 2011.
Mr. Rowell is the member of staff in school who oversees the way in which we use this money. If you have any questions about this, please email him email@example.com
If you think you may be entitled to free school meals, please contact your local authority.
If you are in the services and would like help and support, please contact Mr D Calmels, the Pastoral Support Officer for Service Students firstname.lastname@example.org
Referral for support from school form
Please complete the form and return this form to Thomas Rowell via email email@example.com, by post, or just drop it into school. In order to request support, your child must be eligible for the Pupil Premium.
How we plan to spend the money to improve outcomes for our children and young people
How much money we expect to receive:
How we plan to spend it, and the expected impact:
We believe that the very best way to improve the outcomes for all of our young people is to provide them with outstanding teachers who can help them to excel in their learning and make excellent progress. That is why we spend the vast majority of the grant (76%) on staff. This is also broadly in line with BEST objectives for staffing costs.
We believe that leadership is critical to success in our school too, we have chosen to spend some of the grant so that excellent leaders can develop the skills required in all of our staff to enable our young people to achieve brilliant results.
Students in receipt of the Pupil premium will achieve in line with their FFT20 targets, bringing us in line with the top 20% of all schools nationally.
The Pupil Premium plan is reviewed every year, the next review date will be September 2017. To review how we spent the money in previous years and what impact it had, you can view the documents below.