Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
Proposed Funding Report 2018-9 and Updated Pupil Premium Report 2017-8
In April 2011 The Government introduced Pupil Premium Grant funding. The aim of the grant, which is additional to main stream funding, was viewed by the government as the best way to address the current identified inequalities between children eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) and their better off peers by ensuring that funding to ‘Close the Gap' reaches pupils in need. Pupil Premium Funding is allocated to all school and is clearly identifiable. Additional Pupil Premium funding is provided for FSM pupils, Service pupils and Children in Care (CIC) pupils .All schools can decide how they spend pupil Premium , since they are best placed to assess and address what additional support should be made for pupils within their school.
Pupil Premium Funding differs for each group, as such pupils who receive Pupil Premium funding for FSM or as CIC receive support for:- interventions, school trips, residential , music tuition, as well as holiday club provision.
Service Pupils Pupil Premium funding is , significantly lower and is allocated by the government to schools to support transition and associated intervention, thus ensuring pupils achievements are not effected by mobility, either of their family or other families around them.
At Ann Edwards School we support all our pupils through quality teaching, resources and a wide range of interventions and additional support. The School Leadership Team and Governors have a responsibility to monitor Pupil Progress and the impact of all spending and interventions, including Pupil Premium. The attached report summarises how this was done in 2016-7 and 2017-8 and the impact. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Head teacher or Deputy Head.
For further information please refer to the link below which will take you to the DfE Pupil Premium; Funding and accountability for schools report.