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Pupil Premium

The main focus of the School’s spending in Pupil Premium is to improve outcomes for our most vulnerable pupils and therefore narrow the gap between these pupils and the rest of the school. We are currently focussing specifically on our pupils achieving expected levels of progress in English and Mathematics. We also spend a considerable amount currently on alternative provision for those pupils who are unable to access the curriculum within school for a range of reasons, but all achieve qualifications that enable them to access further study post 16. 

Please click here for the details relating to the schools use of Pupil Premium funding for the 2019/2020 Academic Year.  The Pupil Premium Strategy for 2020/2021 can be viewed here. The Pupil Premium Strategy for 2021/2022 will be reviewed in July 2021.

Hard copies of any of the documents listed can be obtained from the school Reception or requested via our admin email address:

"Students are confident that when an incident is reported to staff it will be dealt with promptly and effectively."

Ofsted 2013