The government recognises that pupils from more disadvantaged backgrounds tend to do less well in school.
To combat this, they have introduced the Pupil Premium fund to support these pupils in school.
At Kingsbury Green Academy, we aim to deliver quality first teaching to all pupils, regardless of social background. However, through extensive evaluations and strategic planning, we have a catalogue of support strategies in place for our pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium.
Our Pupil Premium plan has three clear aims:
1. Ensure a personal approach to teaching, learning and intervention across all year groups, subjects and transition points to achieve better than expected progress.
2. Provide access to life experiences regarding personal development with the intention of building aspiration, ambition and motivation including offering social and mental support to enhance long term engagement in learning.
3. Evaluate the impact of Aims 1 and 2 through the tracking of attendance, attainment and A2L data to ensure better than expected progress and achievement for pupil premium students.
Please click on the pdf icons or links below for further information:
2019/20 Pupil Premium Strategy
The date of our next review of our Pupil Premium Strategy will be December 2019.
2018/19 Pupil Premium Strategy and Evaluation of our parent school
If you believe you may be eligible for Free School Meals, or wish to find out if you are eligible, then please click this link for further information https://www.gov.uk/apply-free-school-meals
Should you have any queries regarding our use of Pupil Premium then please contact
Mrs M Goldsmith, Assistant Headteacher - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PUPIL PREMIUM POLICY
2019-20 Strategy Document
2018-19 Strategy & EValuation Document
"Achieving Excellence Together"
At Kingsbury Green Academy, we believe in the power of education to change young people’s lives and we aim to be inclusive and cater for the needs of all our students.