Pupil Premium (PP): Narrowing the gap
Staff and governors recognise the importance of raising aspiration and achievement for all but especially our most vulnerable children. Some students attract additional funding because they are, or have been, disadvantaged. This funding is known as the Pupil Premium and is designed to help narrow the achievement gap between those who are disadvantaged compared to those who are not. The key groups that attract additional funding are students who: are eligible for free schools meals, currently or in the past 6 years; are looked after children (LAC/CiC); and those who are service children.
If you would like to find out more about the principles underpinning the allocation of Pupil Premium funds (PP1) at SJS click here. To read the 2016-2017 action plan (PP2) click here and to see how well disadvantaged students perform compared to non-disadvantaged students (PP3) click here.
Catch Up Premium 2013/14
To see the Catch Up Premium document, please click here.
Catch Up Premium 2014/15
To see the Catch Up Premium document, please click here