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Pupil Premium - Background

The government believes that the Pupil Premium, funding which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the inequalities sometimes experienced by pupils from less affluent backgrounds. There is a wealth of research that suggests that pupils from more deprived backgrounds achieve less well when compared to their more affluent peers. Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools.  It is the responsibility of each school to decide how the funding is spent. At Ryefield Primary School we work hard to to ensure that the money has maximum impact. The impact is regularly and rigorously monitored.
Pupils at Ryefield, who are entitled to Free School Meals, are currently achieving broadly in line with their peers. This indicates that the provision at Ryefield Primary School is good. It suggests that our "interventions" have a positive impact on pupil outcomes. If pupils fall behind, we work hard to provide support and experiences that "Narrow the Gap".

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2014-15

Please click on the link below to find out about our Pupil Premium Expenditure for 2014-15.

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2014-15

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2015-16 Review and planned expenditure for 16-17

 

How to apply for Free School Meals

From September 2014, all children in EYFS and KS1 are entitled to Free School Meals, regardless of their benefits,  we would encourage you to apply anyway to ensure you child receives the benefits from Pupil Premium. Please note that your child does not have to have school dinners even if they are registered for Free School Meals.

Please complete a form, provided by the School Office and bring evidence of the benefit you received, dated within the last 3 months.

Please be aware the if you receive Working Tax Credit then you do not qualify.