Pupil Premium is extra money that is given directly to schools by government. The amount given to each school depends on the number of children who are entitled to Free School Meals under a rule called Ever6, or have a parent in the forces, or have been in local authority care for at least six months. These rules are set by government and do change over time.
Pupil Premium money is provided to allow schools to improve children's performance in schools. Each school can choose to spend the money as it wishes but has to produce a report about how it spent the money.
Click on the links below to take you to the sections which shows how much money we received and how it has been spent each year. The section for the latest year is subject to change as we decide how to allocate the money given to the school. Rather than impact results the last column indicates the targets that we are planning to acheive.