Weston St Mary CE Primary School - Coming together as one

Pupil Premium

The school receives sums of money from the Department for Education (DfE) to support a range of children deemed by the DfE as being potentially “disadvantaged”.

Schools are obliged to use the Pupil Premium Fund to improve academic and life opportunities for:

  • Those who are entitled to Free School Meals;
  • Service families;
  • Children who have been adopted from Care

In the academic year 2016-2017, there were 28 children who qualified for Pupil Premium Support,
meaning that the school received a total of £44,460 which comprised the following elements:

Free School Meal (inc Ever 6) £36,260
Service pupils (inc Ever 4) £0
Looked After Children £0
PE and Sport Premium (ring-fenced for development of PE/sports) £8,200
  £44,460

Number of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium: 28 pupils
35 pupils currently receive waves of intervention.
14 of these pupils are eligible for Pupil Premium.
There are 7 pupils currently on the SEND Register who require Intervention, of which 7 are funded
through the Pupil Premium.