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Westfield School Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium (PP) is money that the government allocates to schools on the basis of Free School Meal returns, Looked After Children, Children Adopted from Care and Forces Families.  (Pupils in year 1 to 11)

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) is the money that the government allocates to schools on the basis of Free School Meal returns, Looked After Children, Children Adopted from Care and Forces Families.  (Pupils in Nursery and Reception)

It is intended to be used to help narrow the achievement gap. Nationally, pupils eligible for pupil premium funding do not achieve as well as those pupils who are not eligible. At Westfield, we strive to ensure all pupils achieve their potential.

Pupil Premium is a significant amount of money and it is important that all families who may be eligible for Free School Meals or certain government benefits, such as Job Seekers Allowance or Income Support, make sure that they apply! Please see the school administrator in the office if you are unsure. Every school is free to decide how best to direct this funding to meet the needs of individual pupils.

Eligibility

All parents (Nursery to Year 11) in receipt of one the following must complete the forms available from the school office:  If you need help to complete the forms please speak to your child’s class teacher or our learning mentor Val Jacks.

How do we spend the money?

Please click on the link below for further information which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium Statement 2015-2016

HEAD TEACHER 

Nicki Gilbert

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Westfield School,

Westfield Walk,

Leominster,

Herefordshire,

HR6 8HD

 

 


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