Pupil Premium Funding
The Pupil Premium funding is allocated according to the numbers of children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible, or have been eligible at some point within the last 6 years, for free school meals (FSM/Ever 6) in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings; and children who are deemed to be ‘looked after’ by the Local Authority. Service Premium is also allocated for children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces, or have been within the last 5 years (Ever 5).
It is for schools to decide how this additional funding is spent but they must be accountable for this, showing the impact the funding has on supporting children with their learning to ensure at least good attainment and progress. We publish our allocation of Pupil Premium; list our plans and actions for its distribution; and detail its impact on our website.
Download the report below to see how Nine Acres Primary intends to use this funding for 2017-18
The statement of action for 2018-2019 is under review with the Governing Body and we be available from October 2018.