At Newfield School our aim is to ensure that no children are disadvantaged at school in any way. Please see the documents below on how Newfield School use the Pupil Premium funding.
What Is Pupil Premium Funding?
Pupil premium funding was introduced in 2011 to help schools to close the attainment gap between children from different socio-economic backgrounds. The sums of money paid to schools vary depending on whether the school is primary or secondary and which category the pupil comes under.
Who Is Entitled To Pupil Premium And What Qualifies For The Funding?
Pupil premium eligibility in 2019 is restricted to children who:
- are eligible for free school meals or have been eligible in the previous six years
- have been looked after, or are covered by a guardianship or residency order
- have been adopted from care
- have a parent serving in the armed forces
For more information please click on the government link below.
How much Pupil Premium funding is received by Newfield School
2020 -2021 - £62,370
2021-2022 - £62,370
2022-2023 - £61,490
Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch up Funding
The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives state-funded schools, including special schools and alternative provision settings, additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2 (KS2).
What is expected standard?
During the following year, the monetary amount detailed below was received to help enable us at Newfield to support those pupils who did not meet the expected score at Key Stage 2.
2019 - 2020 =£4,095
The money was used during Autumn term one to target pupils for the following:
- Individual tuition from learning mentors
- Intensive small-group tuition.