Pupil Premium is additional funding that is received by schools to help raise the attainment of, what the Department for Education refer to as, disadvantaged pupils.
A sum of £1,345 per eligible pupil is received each year. To qualify for Pupil Premium funding, a child will have been entitled to receive free school meals at some point in the past six years.
A sum of £2,345 funding is provided for pupils who have been:
- identified in the January 2020 school censusor the alternative provision census as having left local authority care as a result of:
- a special guardianship order
- a child arrangements order (previously known as a residence order)
- who has been in local authority care for 1 day or more
- recorded as both eligible for Free School Meals in the last 6 years and as being looked after (or as having left local authority care)
How much Pupil Premium Funding does our school get?
In this current academic year (2020-2021) we expect to receive £12,760 in Pupil Premium Funding.
This funding will be used:
- to increase the effectiveness of teaching,embedding Rosenshine's Principles, through the provision of quality CPD. ( Continual Professional Development)
- to provide effective intervention strategies.
- to address non-academic barriers so that access to technology is not a barrier for any pupil.
For full details please see the Pupil Premium Information section below
We received £13,840 in Pupil Premium in the Year 2019- 20.
Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact Statement:
Our Pupil Premium Strategy is reviewed annually at the end of each academic year (July 2020).
Blakesley Church of England Primary School has less than 10 Pupil Premium pupils on role. To avoid individual pupils being identifiable on our website, our Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact Statement are available, on request, from the school office. An anonymised Pupil Premium Impact report is available.
Pupil Premium Information