Pupil Premium Strategy
What is Pupil Premium?
What is Pupil Premium used for?
This extra funding allows us to provide additional staff and resources, bringing learning benefits to eligible pupils as well as all children throughout the school. It is also used to subsidise after-school clubs, breakfast clubs and school trips, bringing lower costs to parents, and in some cases, free places.
Who is entitled to Pupil Premium?
If you receive any of the following benefits, the school may be able to claim Pupil Premium funding for your child:
Families claiming Working Tax Credits may not be entitled.
What should I do if my child is eligible for Pupil Premium?
Please contact the school office as soon as possible if you think your child may be eligible for Pupil Premium. We can then apply to Derbyshire County Council for the extra funding. If you have already provided us with information in the past, we may contact you to check if they are still eligible.
Any information you provide will be kept strictly confidential, and only certain school staff will know if your child is eligible for Pupil Premium.
How has Pupil Premium been spent?
The total amount of funding the school receives is proportionally linked to the number of children who are, or who have been, eligible for free schools meals (this is different to the Universal Free School Meals currently offered to all Infant age children); those children in the care of the local authority or whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces. Schools are required to inform parents/carers how the pupil premium is used to improve the attainment of identified pupils.
At Mickley Infant and Nursery School we believe that every child should be given the best opportunity they can, to achieve the best they can. With this in mind we have carefully allocated our Pupil Premium Funding to remove barriers to learning and to accelerate attainment.
For further information on how we have allocated the Pupil Premium so far, and future plans for this funding, please click on the document below