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Pupil Premium Funding

What Pupil Premium is for

Pupil Premium funding is extra money given to schools from the Department for Education. This money is to assist pupils who are considered at risk of underachievement to make greater social and academic progress.

 

How much Pupil Premium Funding will Heslerton get this year?

School is receiving pupil premium funding to the value of £8500 this year.

 

How Heslerton CE will spend this year's Pupil Premium Funding

Pupil Premium is used flexibly to best meet the needs of individual learners.

Currently, these funds are used to provide additional Teaching Assistant time for observing and working with identified pupils to ensure they make good progress in each session. Funding also provides administrative time for home/school communication and completion of forms to ensure all possible opportunities are open to all pupils. 

 

Who can get Pupil Premium Funding

Money may be awarded to pupils who:

  -  are in care or have been at any time in the last 6 years,

  -  qualify for Free School Meals or have done at any time in the last 6 years,

  -  are pupils of service personnel.

 

How to get Pupil Premium Funding

If you think your child may qualify for this funding, please let us know.

 

How Heslerton CE has spent Pupil Premium Funding in the past

Please click this link to see how we used Pupil Premium funding in 2016-17 and the difference it made to disadvantaged pupils.

Please click this link to see how we used Pupil Premium funding in 2015-16 and the difference it made to disadvantaged pupils.

Please click this link to see how we used Pupil Premium funding in 2014-15 and the difference it made to disadvantaged pupils.

Please click this link to see how we used Pupil Premium funding in 2013-14 and the difference it made to disadvantaged pupils.

Please click this link to see how we used Pupil Premium funding in 2012-13 and the difference it made to disadvantaged pupils.