The government has allocated All Saints a sum of money called the "Pupil Premium". The intention of this targeted funding is to improve the educational chances of students who may find circumstances outside school challenging due to financial hardship or other issues. The three identified groups for whom funding is provided are; students entitled to free school meals (FSM), students who have a parent working for the armed services and those children in local authority care (CLA).
The information provided gives an indication of the extent to which All Saints has effectively utilised the ‘Pupil Premium’ by comparing outcomes for the ‘Pupil Premium’ group (CLA/FSM) with the outcomes for those students for whom no additional funding was made available (non CLA/FSM).
Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4 value added: CLA or FSM
|Number of students||VA School Score||VA National Score|
Percentage achieving expected progress, 2015 English and Mathematics: CLA or FSM
|Cohort||Achieving Expected Progress %||Non CLA/FSM Average||
|Cohort||Achieving Expected Progress %||Non CLA/FSM Average|
The following documents are available to read online or download, which indicate the areas to which the ‘Pupil Premium’ funding was committed during the previous financial years.