What is it?
Pupil Premium was set up in April 2011 and is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.
Which students benefit from Pupil Premium?
• Students that have registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any time in the last 6 years.
• Students that have been in the care of the local authority
• Children of Service personnel
How much funding will the school receive?
April 2011 – The introduction of Pupil Premium at a rate of £400.00 per eligible pupil, and the Service Premium rate £200.00
April 2012 – Pupil Premium increased to £623.00 per eligible pupil. It also extended to include any pupil registered on the January census to have registered for FSM in the last 6 years. This group is known as “Ever 6 FSM” pupils. Service Premium rate increased to £250.00 and extended to include “Ever 2 service”
April 2013 – Pupil Premium increased to £900.00 per eligible pupil. Service Premium increased to £300 and extended to “Ever 3 service”.
April 2014 – Pupil Premium in Primary schools was increased to £1300.00 and in Secondary schools £935.00. Pupil Premium Plus was also introduced; this entitles the following pupils to a higher rate of Pupil Premium of £1900.00
• Looked After Children
• Children Adopted from Care
• Children who leave care under a special guardianship order or residence order
How will Brompton Hall use this funding?
• To maximise PP students’ achievements in Maths and English, and across the curriculum
• To maximise PP students’ (total and capped) point scores in relation to national average
• To narrow the gap within school of student attainment
• To support PP students both emotionally and academically