(Our Pupil Premium Strategy will be reviewed annually)
What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil Premium money is allocated by the number of children who are eligible for pupil premium funding. This is the criteria:
- Joint family income is less than £16,190
- OR you are in receipt of the following benefits
- Child tax credit WITH NO WORKING TAX CREDIT and where the household income is less than £16,190
- Income support
- Income based Job Seekers Allowance
- Income based Employment Support Allowance
- Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
Once a child has been identified as being entitled to pupil premium, they stay with that allocation for six years (ever sixes), regardless of any change in family circumstances.
If you think your child is entitled, please fill out the form at the school office. You will need to bring your national insurance number.
Schools are required to publish a summary of how their Pupil Premium money has been spent and what impact this has made in supporting students. (Click links below)
At Crownfield this additional funding is used in the following ways;
- Funding for a part time teacher
- One to one tuition
- After school tuition
- Additional reading support
- After school Clubs
- Breakfast Club
- Extra-curricular activities
- Parental Workshops
- LSA (Learning Support Assistant) provision
- Educational visits and trips
- Purchase of equipment/ schoolwear
Further spending will be allocated where necessary throughout the year.
Pupil Premium Strategy for 2021 - 2023