Pupil Premium Reimbursement Form for ParentsPupil Premium and Year 7 Catch-Up Funding
What is the Pupil Premium?
The Government introduced Pupil Premium Payments to address underlying national inequalities between children eligible for free school meals, children who are looked after and adopted and the children of service families.
The Pupil Premium seeks to reduce gaps in attainment and achievement; to enable more students from disadvantaged backgrounds to access Further and Higher Education; and address the emotional and social wellbeing of these students.
At the Ridings’ Federation of Academies we are focused on enhancing and extending the personalised provision we offer to students.
This is how we spend our Pupil Premium funding and the impact it is having on those young people eligible for the Pupil Premium.
At The Ridings’ Federation of Academies, we allocate funding using the above ‘Wave’ model addressing the needs of all eligible students, providing targeted interventions for groups or cohorts, and individual and personalised needs.
The impact of the Pupil Premium can be demonstrated by the following outcomes:
We continue to monitor the progress and achievements of students eligible for the Pupil Premium through our Action Plan (Pupil Premium Action Plan 2015-2016)
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Pupil premium survey 2015:
Recently we ran a survey with pupil premium students at WIA across years 7-11. Click below to view the outcomes: