It is additional funding that is given to schools so that they can support and close the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. It also supports children and young people with parents in the regular armed forces.
In the 2022-2023 academic year, Victoria Academy has been allocated Pupil Premium Grant totalling approximately £44,320.
The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is not ‘ring fenced’ and schools are free to spend it as they wish but need to demonstrate that the expenditure is contributing to closing performance gaps between children who experience social disadvantage and others. The grant is intended to benefit children who are currently in school.
|SCHOOL NAME||Victoria Academy|
|PUPILS IN SCHOOL||203|
|PROPORTION OF DISADVANTAGED PUPILS||17%|
|PUPIL PREMIUM ALLOCATION THIS ACADEMIC YEAR||£44,320|
|ACADEMIC YEAR OR YEARS COVERED BY STATEMENT||2022-2023|
|PUBLISH DATE||December 2022|
|REVIEW DATE||November 2023|
|STATEMENT AUTHORISED BY||Janine Pierce|
|PUPIL PREMIUM LEAD||Laurie Goulding|
|GOVERNOR LEAD||Steven Olliver|
This year Victoria Academy has received £44,320 and we will use it to support teaching & learning for disadvantaged pupils in the following ways:
Please click the button below to access further details about Victoria Academy’s Pupil Premium funding allocation, spending plans and review of the previous year. The statement also includes information on how Victoria Academy is spending the Coronavirus recovery premium.