If you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals, please click on the link below and complete the application form.
To make an application for free school meals you must apply online.
You will need to provide:
your date of birth
your national insurance number or national asylum seekers number
child's date of birth
school your child is attending or will attend
You will need to make a new application for each child, but your information will be remembered to help you to complete multiple applications quickly. You will get an immediate response regarding eligibility after you have completed your application.
You may apply for eligibility on behalf of a parent/carer if you have permission to do so and their details.
In the school year 2021/2022, the school received the following sums of money:
Pupil Premium £275,800
Recovery Premium £88,993
Total PP Income 2019/2020 £364,793
Pupil premium money is received by the school for any child who has been in receipt of free school meals, is a Council looked after child or is the child of a serving member of the armed forces. It is used to enhance these children’s educational experiences as they are deemed to be disadvantaged by circumstances out of their control.
Catch up funding has been provided to enable extra strategies and support to be put in place for those who have suffered most learning loss from COVID lockdowns and illness. It is aimed at those for whom we are in receipt of pupil premium, but is not limited to this group
Following analysis conducted throughout 2021/22 the main areas to address with this funding were the gaps between Pupil premium and non-pupil premium students in terms of:
The documents attached show how this money has been allocated in the past and what our initial intentions for spending were at the start of this year along with actual allocations during the year.