|ALLOCATION OF PPG 2020-2021|
|Total number of pupils on roll on SEPTEMBER 2020||Total 480 (max 480)|
|Total number of pupils eligible for PPG||Total 66 (13.75%)|
|Total number of children who are eligible for FSM||Total 78 = 16.3%
(as of 10th October 2020)
|Amount of PPG due to be received
|£1345 for Ever6 x 66 = £88,770
£1900 or Ever in Care
£2345 for LAC/Post LAC x 6 = £14,070
|Total PPG for April 2020 – March 2021||TOTAL £102,840|
Use of Pupil Premium
The Government initiative to improve the outcomes for disadvantaged pupils provides schools with additional funding for each child who is entitled to, or ever has been entitled to, Free School Meals (FSM) over the last 6 years.
From April 2014, maintained schools (funded by the local education authority), non-maintained special schools (not funded by the local education authority) will also attract the Pupil Premium for children:
- that were adopted from care on or after 30 December 2005 (under the Adoption and Children Act 2002);
- that left care under a Special Guardianship Order on or after 30 December 2005 (under the Children Act 1989);
- that left care under a Residential Order on or after 14 October 1991 (under the Children Act 1989);
- where the parent self-declares their child’s status to the school, providing supporting evidence (e.g. an adoption order); and
- where the school records on the January School Census that it has a child on roll who meets the above criteria.
- where their parents are currently serving in the armed forces.
Children who are currently in care will be allocated funding through Virtual Schools accessible following the first PEP (Personal Education Plan) meeting, via an application form.
All schools have an obligation to report on how the money has been spent and the impact that it has had on the achievement of the pupils.