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The Pupil Premium is a government initiative designed to target resources on those children who are deemed to be from a disadvantaged background. Money is provided for pupils who have been on Free School Meals (FSM) at any point over the past 6 years (Ever6). Pupil Premium has a value of £1320 per eligible pupil and an additional allocation of £1900 for any children who have been looked after for one day or more. There is also a smaller provision made for children who have a parent in the armed services. The government has not stipulated how the money should be spent, but it is clear that the money should be used to promote strategies, which close the gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils both academically and socially.
Since April 2015, we have been able to claim extra Government Funding for some of our children. This is known as Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP). This provides us with an additional £300 for 3 and 4 year old children who have been in care, or adopted from care or whose parents are in receipt of certain benefits. We closely monitor and assess all of our children's progress, and have seen the very positive impact of these additional interventions on those eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium.
Latest Pupil Premium Reports
What will the reports aim to do?
Consistently through all these aims is our ongoing commitment and drive to rigorously evaluate the impact of measures in securing better outcomes for our children
At Talbot Primary we have high expectations for all our children regardless of their starting points. The investment of pupil premium funding can take many forms and is consistently evaluated to ensure that pupil premium children make at least good progress from their starting points. Essentially, funding is used to ensure our pupil premium children aim high and for the principles of ‘Courage, Truth and Loyalty’ upon which the school is based.
Please get in touch with either Mrs Parm Gill (Headteacher) or Mrs Julie Alvin (School Bursar), if you would like to know more about how pupil premium funding is spent in school.