Pupil Premium Allocation
In the current financial year 2022/23 the Department of Education has allocated £16,195 in Pupil Premium and Catch up Funding for our school to further support pupils who receive or who are eligible to receive Free School Meals. Schools have the freedom to spend the Premium in a way they think will best support the raising of attainment for these pupils.
The document below outlines how we, at St Bridget's CE Primary school intend to spend our money to over come barriers to enable pupils to achieve to the best of their ability.
NB This applies to low income families, not Universal Free School Meals for children in Reception and KS1.
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