Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is additional funding which is allocated to schools based on the number of pupils who receive free school meals (FSM) or have received them at any time in the previous six years.  It is also allocated if students are in local authority care, adopted from care or have one or more parents who are serving/have served in the armed forces. The pupil premium aims to raise the achievements of students from disadvantaged backgrounds so that it more closely matches other students.

Church Stretton School currently has 97 Pupil Premium Students.

Current Cohort at Church Stretton School as of September 2017

Year Group Total Number of students Non-Pupil Premium Pupil Premium
Yr7 106 84 22
Yr8 117 92 25
Yr9 99 80 19
Yr10 117 101 16
Yr11 96 81 15

 

Pupil premium strategy statement

 
 

 

If you want to find out more about our work with disadvantaged pupils please contact:-

Dr Andy Wood, Assistant Headteacher, Teaching, Learning & Assessment

Mr Lee Overton, Pupil Premium Progress Mentor 

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