Overview of Pupil Premium Funding
The Pupil Premium is a government initiative that was introduced in April 2011 to benefit pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. Each school is allocated funds to support the learning of pupils who are currently eligible for free school meals (FSM) or who have been eligible at any point over the last six years. Further funding is provided for pupils in care and for pupils whose parents have been in the services at any point over the last four years. Individual schools are left to decide how the Pupil Premium is best spent in the interests of their disadvantaged pupils.
Please click here for information about pupil premium funding for the College.
For students who are children looked after we will use the Personal Education Plans (PEPs) to plan how to use the Pupil Premium to support them in school.
Please click here for our Pupil Premium strategy for 2018/19. This includes:
- A summary of the main barriers to achievement faced by eligible pupils
- Our strategy and proposed spend to address these barriers and the reasoning behind this strategy