Pupil Premium

The ‘Pupil Premium’ grant was introduced by the government to provide additional support for pupils that fall within one of these four categories:- (a) Eligible for free school meals, (b) One or both parents work within the armed forces, (c) Children in public care ('Looked After) or (d) Adopted Children. This money is given to schools and academies over and above their main funding and is seen as the mechanism for schools and academies to address possible inequalities between eligible pupils and their peers.

Schools and academies decide how the Pupil Premium is spent since they are best placed to assess the provision that is required for eligible pupils.

At Primrose Hill Church of England Primary Academy, we support all of our pupils in ensuring that their individual needs are met. We do this by providing high quality teaching, supplemented by interventions targeted to support vulnerable learners when required. The academy’s leadership team and local governing body monitor the impact of spending and interventions including the Pupil Premium.

Please click below for the summary overview of income and planned expenditure for 2016 -2017 

Summary

The next Pupil Premium review will take place on 22nd November 2016 at the Standards and Curriculum Committee Meeting