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Pupil Premium Strategy

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What is pupil premium? 

The Pupil Premium is a UK government initiative that provides additional funding to schools to help improve the education and outcomes of disadvantaged students. The funding is designed to address the achievement gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers by providing resources and support that can help these students succeed academically and have a better overall school experience. 

How is pupil premium allocated to schools? 

The Pupil Premium is allocated to schools based on the number of students they have who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) or who have been eligible for FSM at any point in the past six years. It also includes funding for students who are in care (looked-after children). The idea is to ensure that schools have the means to provide targeted support to those students who may face additional barriers to learning due to their socioeconomic status or other factors. 

At Immanuel college our allocated funding is used in a variety of ways to help remove barriers for Pupil Premium students.

The link below shows the strategies we use to ensure our students are supported throughout their educational journey: 

Pupil Premium tiered model

Our pupil premium strategy showing how funding is allocated can be viewed via the link below: 

Pupil Premium Statement

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