Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is additional funding delegated to schools according to the number of pupils who are currently in receipt of free school meals or have been in receipt of free school meals within the last 6 years.

For the academic year 2019-2020 we have approximately 135 students who are eligible for free school meals.  Our Pupil Premium funding will be in the region of £125,000.

This funding will be used to pay for and support:-

  • Staffing costs to provide booster classes for examination groups
  • Intervention support for targeted students across the whole School with a special focus upon the disadvantaged
  • Engage external groups to support a range of students within the School with a special focus upon the disadvantaged
  • The Literacy Budget across the Whole School
  • Literacy Training for Staff across the Whole School
  • A bank of reading books for KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • The NGRT Reading Age Analysis test for Year 7-9
  • Rewards Trips
  • Subsidize Educational trips and Visits
  • ICT Hardware and Software across the Whole School to support teaching and learning and narrow the attainment gap
  • Class sets of Kindles
  • Subsidize Duke of Edinburgh activities
  • Educational resources across the Whole School with a special focus upon the disadvantaged
  • The teaching of LAMDA, LAMDA examination costs and the Drama Club
  • Hardship requests (such as Uniform costs)
  • Mini Buses, coaches and general transport costs
  • Flexible learning / Enrichment days
  • CATs testing and Baseline testing
  • SchoolComms and SMHW Costs
  • Appointment of Student Support Officer
  • Appointment of an additional AG&T coordinator

Click here for Pupil Premium 2019-2020 Monitoring/Evaluation Report

Click here for Disadvantaged Pupils Summary Report 2018-2019


September 2019