Pupil Premium (PP) is an additional funding grant allocated to schools to support specific groups of children who may be vulnerable to possible underachievement or disadvantage. These groups include pupils who are entitled to receive free school meals; children who are looked after by the local authority for at least six months and the children of armed service personnel.
Schools are free to decide upon the most appropriate ways to allocate Pupil Premium and the details of how we target our allocations are included below. It is then a statutory requirement for Schools to report on the amount of funding they have received; how it is being used and the difference it makes.
Our federation is committed to use Pupil Premium funding to support the most vulnerable children in our school to achieve, fulfil their potential and enjoy a full school experience without disadvantage.