What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil premium is a government initiative that was introduced in April 2011. It is designed to ensure that additional funding to tackle disadvantaged children reaches the pupils who need it most. Research shows that pupils from deprived backgrounds underachieve compared to their non-deprived peers. The Pupil premium is provided to enable these pupils to be supported to reach their potential. The Government has used pupils entitled to free school meals (FSM), looked after children and service children as indicators of deprivation, and have provided a fixed amount of money for schools per pupil based on these indicators. This fixed amount of money is expected to increase every year for the course of this current Parliament.
In the 2019 to 2020 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:
- £1,320 for primary-aged pupils
Schools receive £2,300 for each pupil who:
- has been looked after for 1 day or more
- has been adopted from care
- has left care under:
- a special guardianship order
- a residence order
- a child arrangement order
- £300 for services children.
Do you think your child might be eligible for Pupil Premium Funding? Click here for an application:
How Is Pupil Premium Funding Being Spent?
The funding is allocated to a range of initiatives & actions aimed at supporting more disadvantaged pupils, to ensure they benefit from the same opportunities as all other children and to ensure that they reach their full potential.
2018-2019 Pupil Premium Review and 2019-2020 Plan.pdf
FINAL FY 2018-2019 PPG Expeniditure summary overview 22072019.pdf
2017-2018 PPG Expeniditure summary overview.pdf
2017-2018 PPG Expenditure Report.pdf
2017-18 Pupil Premium Impact StatementsThe impact of our Pupil Premium initiatives has been to narrow the attainment gap between pupil premium and non-pupil premium children due to accelerated progress.
|KS1||% of Pupil Premium Children Achieving At Least The Expected Standard||
% of Pupil Premium Children Who Made At Least Expected Progress
|% of Pupil Premium Children Exceeding Expected Progress|
|KS2||% of Pupil Premium Children Achieving At Least The Expected Standard||
Progress of Pupil Premium Children(Expected progress 3 points)
- In Reading, Writing and Maths, Pupil Premium pupils greatly exceeded expected progress within Y6.
|Provisional End Of KS1 To End Of KS2 Progress||Department Of Education Definition Of ‘Sufficient Progress’|
Reading: adjusted score -1.57
Writing: adjusted score -9.38
|Maths|| Maths : adjusted score -0.85