Funding Statement

Catch Up Premium

The government have announced extra funding to support pupils to catch up after the lost time in school during Lock Down. The funding is being allocated to all mainstream schools. Please see our funding statement.

Click here to see our 2020 2021 Catch Up Premium statement.

Schools receive "Pupil Premium" funding for children who currently (or have previously) fallen into a variety of categories*. The money is spent on a number of initiatives which give the pupils the best possible chance to make good progress.

We are obliged to have information available to all parents regarding how much Pupil Premium funding we have received, how we have spent it, and the effect of the funding on the relevant pupils.

(* This includes children who have been adopted from care. DfE guidance indicates that "It will be up to those who have parental responsibility to decide if they wish the school to know whether such children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order or a residence order" If you are agreeable for your child/ren to be included or require any further information please contact the school office. All information will be treated with the upmost discretion and will remain confidential)

Click here to see our 2022 2023 Pupil Premium Statement


Click here to see our 2021 2022 Pupil Premium Statement


Click here to see our 2020 2021 Pupil Premium statement


School's receive funding for PE and sport for the benefit of primary-aged pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles.

Schools are required to publish information regarding the use of this money

Click here to see our 2021 PE Statement

Click here to see our updated review of PE funding 2021 2022

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