Pupil Premium Grant
What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil Premium is an amount of money the school receives from the Government to help children from lower income families to achieve their very best in school.
Your child is eligible for free school meals if you receive income support, income related employment and support allowance, job seekers allowance (income based), child tax credit or pension credit with child tax credit and have an annual income or less than £16,190 (and not in receipt of working tax credit) or you are assisted by the national asylum support service (NASS).
How does Micheldever Church of England Primary School use the Pupil Premium?
We use the Pupil Premium funding in a variety of ways to support learning and emotional well-being of pupils and provide additional opportunities to children of low income families. On some occasions the funding will also benefit non pupil premium pupils, this is because the support is targeted for groups as well as individuals.
Review of Pupil Premium Expenditure
School staff review pupil premium expenditure on a termly basis and this is reported to the Governing Body every term via the Management sub-committee. The next review is due in the Summer term 2017.