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Pupil Premium

Allocation of Pupil Premium & Pupil Premium Plus 2019/20

Pupil Premium Universal

All pupils referred to EAP are vulnerable and therefore require educational provision as an alternative to a mainstream setting. They are also considered to have additional needs.Therefore, EAP has agreed that all pupils qualify for support from the Pupil Premium Grant and considers it a universal level of support. If a child reintegrates to High School EAP recommends that Pupil Premium support is in place.

The service allocated resource for Pupil Premium 2019/20 is £42,075

This equates to an individual pupil allocation for an average of 90 pupils of £468 per pupil and helps to fund the following activities which give the pupils additionality and support pupil progress:

  • Free hot School Lunch
  • Access to Free Breakfast Club
  • Access to the school counsellor
  • Access to school uniform when needed and personal care
  • Access to the Forest School
  • Individual mentoring sessions
  • Literacy catch-up programmes
  • The Easy Project (Substance Misuse)
  • A range of Educational Visits
  • Access to organised specialist providers e.g. Trusted Spaces (Relationships), Brighter Futures, Secondary BIS, Civil Service Mentoring, Hobbayne Trust etc

Pupil Premium Plus

Pupil Premium Plus is awarded to children who are:

LAC (including those who have been in local authority care for 1 day or more)

The allocated resource for 2019/20 is £1,700

Post LAC: Adopted, Subject of a special guardianship order or subject of a child arrangements order

Subject of a child arrangements order

The allocated resource for 2019/20 is £2,300 per pupil.

For LAC Pupils, EAP attend LAC review meetings within a coordinated multi agency approach. EAP will contribute to discussions and make recommendations about the allocation of Pupil Premium Plus. It may be used in the following ways:

  • To purchase  specific items of I.T, e.g. laptop, tablet, ereader etc
  • To provide a programme of targeted tuition to support progress
  • To organise bespoke educational visits to broaden a curriculum theme e.g. museums, galleries, theatre etc
  • Any other educational resource to support pupil progress