Pupil Premium

 For the 2019 - 2020 financial year the school will receive £28,260 in Pupil Premium funding

School context

Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium funding:

Number of eligible boys:

Number of eligible girls:

How will this year's funding be spent:

The pupil premium is funding granted to support the schools provision of educational experiences of children in receipt of free school meals. From 2012 this funding also includes pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the past 6 years, known as Ever 6 FSM funding.

Children who have been looked after continually for more than six months and children with parents in the armed forces are also eligible.

 Pupil Premium 2019 - 2020 

Application Form for Free School Meals 


For the 2019- 2020 financial year the school will receive £84,440 in Pupil Premium Funding.

The expected outcomes of spending this funding are to:

  • Narrow the achievement and progress gap for Pupil Premium children across the school by addressing inequalities and raising attainment and aspiration.
  • Ensure that Pupil Premium children have equal access to curricular and enrichment activities.

The summary of spending and actions for 2019 -2020 are outlined in the table below. It has been agreed across ‘Ventrus’ that 10% of the premium will be spent on resources and 90% will be spent on staffing.

Action Plan due for review and renewal: July 2020.