No student, regardless of their socio-economic background, should be denied the right to maximise their potential. We aim to use the pupil premium funding to remove barriers- to raise the aspirations and achievement of, and the opportunities for disadvantaged students. Some of the barriers that we endeavour to overcome include low prior attainment, access to books and reading material, access to computers and the Internet, key resources (e.g. calculators), funding for trips.
Review of the impact of spending in the academic year 2019/20
£202,985 was received.
The impact of this support was:
Pupil Premium 2020/21
income and spending plans:
For the academic year 2020/21, 164 students are registered as ‘Pupil Premium’. This will create estimated funding for the school of £170,580 This money will be allocated to provide:
Where possible, the impact of the spending of the pupil premium fund will be measured against national data. In addition, internal data will help the monitoring of progress and attainment of students alongside pastoral monitoring. An annual plan and impact report will be produced each September.