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Disadvantaged Pupils (Pupil Premium Funding)

How much PP funding has St Bernadette's got to spend this year?

2020/21 = £26,060

2019-20 Pupil Premium STB Facts...

'Disadvantaged Pupils' Coordinator - Mrs Hooper

Number of Free School Meals pupils (FSM) 13 (6%)
Number of Ever 6 pupils 5 (2%)
Number of PP+ pupils 1 (0.5%)
TOTAL number of disadvantaged pupils recieving PP funding  19  (9%)

Number of Disadvantaged pupils with:

Special Educational Needs/Disabilities 10 (53%)
English as an Additonal Language 4 (21%)
Summer Borns 8 (42%)

Historical number of disadvantaged children:

2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
13 9 10 13 13 20

'The pupil premium is additional funding for publically funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.'


Please follow the link above to find out more about Pupil Premium funding for schools.


How have we spent Pupil Premium funding in the past?

Please download our Pupil Premium Allocation Summary Reports to see how the money has been used and the impact it has made.

Some information in these reports has been redacted in order to protect the identity of children. This is neccessary due to the small numbers of pupil premium children in many of our classes. 

How has PP funding made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils?

The data below shows the attainment of pupil premium children, at the end of the last summer term  in Year 6, compared to non-pupil premium children in their year group and nationally. 

Due to COVID related lock downs end of key stage data is unavailable. Please see the Summary report above for more information.