Pupil Premium Statement

 

The disadvantaged student (including pupil premium) funding from the government is specifically provided to help and support the learning of disadvantaged students to enable them to reach their full potential in their attainment and progress.

Funding amounts as currently published by the government
 

  • Students on FSM – and those eligible in the past 6 years = £955 per student
     

  • Children in Care = £2,345 per student
     

  • Service children = £310 per student

Qualifying students in September 2018 resulted in an estimated grant of £100,512.50 for the academic year 2018-19.
 

Qualifying students in September 2017 resulted in an estimated grant of £114,330 for the academic year 2017-2018.
 

Qualifying students in September 2016 resulted in an estimated grant of £121,034 for the academic year 2016-2017

Vision
Our vision is become a school where disadvantaged students achieve levels of progress and attainment above the national average for all students. 

Pupil Premium Statement for 2019
 

Pupil Premium Statement for 2020
 

Catch Up Funding Information 

Summer School Statement of Spending – 2021 

Our summer school of 2021 was well attended by new intake year 7 students. This lasted for one week between 26 – 30 July and was delivered by school staff and PE Sport Solutions on school grounds. 

We received £34593.00 in funding for the Summer School event and school staffing cost £16,330, PE Sport Solutions £3,400 and MNR coaching £1000. 

We undertook transitional activities (such as meeting teachers and getting to know and feel comfortable around the school school), additional subject support through hands on activities with reading and maths, sports-based activities, team games, arts-based activities, wellbeing-based activities (such as team building or ‘getting-to-know-you’ exercises). 

Refreshments and packed lunches – £3,000 

Materials – £8,263 

T shirts – £1600  

Park House Leaders top and gift voucher – £1000