Pupil Premium was first introduced by the Government in 2011. It is a sum of money awarded to schools to help improve the outcomes for disadvantaged children.
For children from Reception to Year 6 who are, or have ever been, entitled to free school meals based on family income, schools receive £2,530 per pupil.
For children in care, schools receive £2,345.
Schools can decide how to spend this money and through careful planning it can help to improve the outcomes for all children in school.
Our strategy document, based on research identifies what we see as the challenges and priorities in helping our children achieve great things and good outcomes at the end of the different key stages.
Service Premium was introduced in April 2011 in recognition of the challenges faced by Service families and their children.
Schools currently receive £335 per service child to support them mainly pastorally through challenging times such as when a parent is deployed.
Our school's current strategy and review of last year can be viewed in the below document Pupil Premium Statement 2023.