St George's Church of England Academy

‘Growing up together in Newtown'.

Pupil Premium

 

Schools receive extra funding through Pupil Premium for every child registered as eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the past six years and children in care who have been looked after for six months. approximately 52% of our school population fall into this category- the National figure is 15.4% (DFE-Schools, Pupils and their characteristics 27/6/19)

 

For the Academic Year 2018-19, St Georges received £223,080 Pupil Premium funding. Please click the link below to find how we have allocated this funding.  The effectiveness of how this allocation is spent will be monitored through the year, and a final report produced in July 2019.

 

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Pupil Premium   2019-20

 

                                                            Please click the links below for allocation and evaluation of impact of Pupil Premium spend in the  previous year

Pupil Premium review 2018-19

 

We also have a Pupil Premium Policy, which sets out our aims and objectives about how we allocate Pupil Premium funding.  The Policy can be accessed by clicking here.