- Active Learning Trust
- Admission Arrangements
- British Values Statement
- ALT Governance
- ALT Trust Board
- Governor Profiles
- Local Governing Body Minutes
- Register of Governors
- Register of Pecuniary Interests
- PE Premium
- Performance Data
- Pupil Premium
- School Staff
- School Vision
We aim for every single one of our pupil premium funded children to reach at least national expectations in all areas. We aim for group to achieve above the level at which all non-disadvantaged pupils nationally achieve and we achieve this goal consistently. We also want the attendance of our pupil premium funded children to exceed the attendance of all non-disadvantaged pupils nationally.
We have largely targeted our additional pupil premium funding on:
- Ensuring we provide first rate quality teaching
- Targeted intervention where necessary
- Pastoral care
- Enriching experiences
Our next Pupil Premium review at Pakefield is planned to take place in the Autumn Term 2019.
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.
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.