2017 - 18 Funding
Additional funding is now provided by the government for pupils eligible for Free School Meals as well as those who have parents in the armed forces or are children in care. This funding is known as pupil premium.
In 2017/18 the level of premium is £1,320 per pupil known to be eligible for Free School Meals or for those who have received Free School Meals in the last 6 years (Ever 6). Children in care and adopted children receive £1,900 and children whose parents served or are serving in the Armed Forces receive £300.
Stoke Climsland School has received £46,180 pupil premium funding for 2017/18.
The following table demonstrates how this funding is being spent. Provision in italics has been indentified and will be implemented during this academic year. Some funding remains unallocated and will be used as appropriate during the year.
|Resources and training||
|Programmes and external interventions||
- The Senior Leadership Team and Federation Governing Body are responsible for monitoring data, funding allocation and the impact of outcomes.
- Our teaching and support staff structure enables us to be flexible in providing appropriate support.
Pupil Premium Strategy Review of Expenditure Statement
Below is a link to the pupil premium strategy review of expenditure statement which shows the following details:
- how the previous academic year's allocation was spent, and its effect (impact) on the educational attainment of disadvantaged pupils
- lessons learned and whether previous spending will continue for the current academic year
|Review of expenditure 2016 -17||[pdf 62KB]|
|Review of expenditure 2015-16||[pdf 55KB]|
For more information, DfE Guidance on Pupil Premium can be found via the following link: