Since 2011, the Government has provided additional funds to schools called the Pupil Premium. The Pupil Premium is given to publicly funded schools to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and to close the gap between them and their peers.
In addition , funds have been made available for Covid-19 recovery, some of which may be allocated to PP.
Funding rates for 2023-24 are as follows:
- £1,035 for secondary-aged pupils (PP)
- £2,530 for each LAC
- £335 for each HM Forces
We are required to account for these funds very carefully and to publish a brief summary of how pupil premium funding has been used and its impact.
The Year 7 Catch-Up fund is allocated to schools based on the number of students who failed to reach the expected standard in English & Maths KS2 SATs. In addition, funds have been made available for Covid-19 recovery some of which may be allocated to PP.
|PP Funding||£96, 530||£122,130|
|Recovery Premium||£34,224||awaiting details|
|National Tutoring Programme||£18,144||£8,505|
A copy of the 2021-22 Pupil Premium reports and strategy can be found below:
Date of next review: 2023