- Active Learning Trust
- Admission Arrangements
- British Values Statement
- ALT Governance
- ALT Trust Board
- Governor Monitoring
- Governor Profiles
- Local Governing Body Minutes
- Register of Governors
- Register of Pecuniary Interests
- PE Premium Funding
- Analysis of PE Premium funding 2013-14
- Analysis of PE Premium funding 2014-15
- PE Premium Impact Report - 2015-2016
- PE Premium Impact Report - 2016-2017
- Performance Data
- Pupil Premium Statements
- Pupil Premium Statement 2017-2018
- Pupil Premium Statement 2016-2017
- Pupil Premium Statement 2015-2016
- Pupil Premium Statement 2014-2015
- Pupil Premium Statement 2013-2014
- School staff
- School Vision
- 16 NovPakefield Primary Choir - Snape Maltings Trip
- 16 NovChildren In Need - come and share your thing - dress up as your thing eg footballer, dancer
- 27 NovWe are holding an open morning for new reception children & parents to view school - please contact office to book a place
- 28 NovReception class - Time and Tide Museum Trip
- To provide an emotionally secure and safe environment where every child can thrive.
- To raise aspirations of children and adults by promoting a can-do culture, which focuses on high expectations and esteem, confidence building and celebrates success.
- To develop children’s key skills for lifelong learning.
- To develop children’s imagination and creativity.
- To create effective partnership between home, school and the local and wider communities.
- To offer the very best in educational provision through continuous self assessment and improvement.
What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil Premium is additional money allocated to schools by the government to enable schools to support pupils who may be disadvantaged and to raise their achievement. It is derived from those children who are eligible and in receipt of Free School Meals - (FSM) and those children who are Looked After Children – (LAC). The figure is calculated for the past 6 years for all children who have ever been granted free school meals.
Pupil Premium is used to support disadvantaged and vulnerable children but schools are free to decide how best to direct this funding, narrowing the gap between higher and lower achievers.