PUPIL PREMIUM

Pupil Premium Grant

Background

All schools receive funding for students who:

  • have been entitled to free schools meals at any point in the last six years (‘ever six’) and are in years 7 – 11;
  • are ‘looked after’ (children looked after);
  • have been ‘looked after’ (adopted from care, etc);
  • qualify as PP students (as above) and require ‘catch up’ in English and Maths

This is called the ‘Pupil Premium Grant’.
 

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

To view our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2020-2021 click here.

 

Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up 

To view our Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up for September 2020 click here.


Achievement For All 


As a school, we have recently started working in partnership with ‘Achievement for All’ (AfA), a National Schools’ Programme.  AfA is an organisation with a proven track record which works in many schools locally and across the country. AfA will help us as a school to develop a wider range of strategies to raise aspirations, access and achievement for all students.