Pupil Premium at Green Meadow Primary School
Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil Premium is allocated to schools with pupils on roll that are know to have been eligible for free school meals at any time in the past six years, those who are classed as looked after children and those who are service children. Schools have the freedom to spend the Pupil Premium in a way that they think will best support raising the attainment for this vulnerable group. The Governors of Green Meadow Primary School will ensure that this annual statement of how the funding has been used is published on the school website. Our aim at Green Meadow is to ensure all children achieve the very best they can during their time in school. We use our Pupil Premium funding to support the learning of children in our care and to provide all children with the opportunities to succeed, including those children from a disadvantaged background. Whilst we provide additional support and resources to help close the gap between disadvantaged children with school and nationally, we recognise that it is also vital for us to support the ‘whole child’. This means that it is vital for us to address children’s social, emotional, behavioural, economic and pastoral needs, as many of these factors contribute to children’s overall achievement in school.
The documents below detail what Green Meadow's Pupil Premium allocation was over recent years, and what was the impact of the spending.
Date: 8th Feb 2019
Date: 1st Feb 2019
Date: 25th Jan 2019
Date: 18th Jan 2019
Date: 11th Jan 2019