Pupil Premium

It is not the funding itself that will improve attainment gaps, but how schools use it - Department for Education, Pupil Premium FAQs

The Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to support pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as 'Ever 6 FSM').

 

Reasons for the Pupil Premium:

  • Created to tackle 'educational inequality'
  • Allocated to schools 'in addition' to their budget
  • Funding to tackle disadvantage
  • A good education is the key to improving life chances

Schools are encouraged by the Department for Education to use the money to 'narrow the gap' in attainment between pupils in receipt of Free School Meals or those who are 'Looked After' as nationally there is a disparity between their attainment at GCSE and their peers.

 

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016/17 

 

The following PDF explains the impact of the funding for 2016:

Pupil Premium Impact 2016

 The following PDF explains the impact of the funding for 2015:

Pupil Premium Impact 2015

St Peter’s has been allocated the following funding this academic year (2015-16):

Pupil Premium Allocation 2015-2016

St Peter's has been allocated the following funding this academic year (2014-15):

Pupil Premium 2014-2015

The following PDF explains the impact of the funding for 2013-14:

Pupil Premium Impact in 2013-14

St Peter's was allocated the following funding in the academic year 2013-14:

Pupil Premium 2013-2014