The Thomas Alleyne Academy Pupil Premium Expenditure

To see how our Pupil Premium spend 2016-17 was allocated, please click here.

The Thomas Alleyne School Pupil Premium Expenditure 2017-2018

 

For the academic year April 2017-March 2018, the amount of funding received per pupil premium students is £935.

Pupil Premium Policy

Pupil Premium

The Thomas Alleyne Academy Pupil Premium Expenditure 2016-17



The Thomas Alleyne Academy receives a Pupil Premium Grant for students who currently claim Free School Meals or have claimed FSM in the last six years, for any Looked After Children and for those children of armed service personnel. The premium is an allocation of funding provided to schools to support these specific groups of children who are considered to be vulnerable to possible underachievement. The school uses the funds to promote equality of opportunity by ensuring that timely and specific intervention supports identified students to achieve their potential and ensure there is no gap in achievement between particular groups.

Our pupil premium advocacy is via the pastoral team led by the Assistant Headteacher for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare. Pupil progress is monitored through analysis of the academy's progress data three times a year and is monitored by the Head of Year and the tutors. Teachers will report on a child’s progress at parents’ evenings. Parents may ask at any time what support is available or what strategies are being used if their child is not achieving their potential in a subject, by contacting the subject teacher or the Head of Year for their year group.

We are required to publish online information about how we have used the pupil premium. We guarantee parents that all matters regarding use of the Pupil Premium Fund are treated with discretion and in confidence.

To look at 2017-18 pupil premium spend strategy please click here.