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Pupil Premium

Free school meals and Pupil Premium policy

At Bradon Forest we are passionate about the progress of all our students. The government has recognised a group of students who underachieve nationally compared to their peers.  The Government has, therefore, given funding to schools to support this group. 

Your child may be a part of this group if:

  • they have been eligible for Free School Meals at some point in the last six years,
  • they are in Local Authority Care or
  • you are serving in the Armed Forces.

If you believe you may be eligible for Pupil Premium Funding fill in the application on the school’s learning gateway. www.schoolgateway.com

For further information, please see the following documents;

Parental Information on Pupil Premium 2017-2018
2016-2017 Expenditure and Evaluation
2017-2018 Pupil Premium Action Plan 

Pupil Premium policy

In 2017 we have once again improved the percentage of our students achieving 5 A*-C including English and Maths, we have also reduced the gap between Pupil Premium students and the rest of the school cohort. At Bradon Forest we have also improved the percentage of students making the expected levels of progress in their subjects.

Maximising student performance, progress, reducing barriers to learning and enabling all students to experience the full breadth of opportunities will continue to be our key area of focus at Bradon Forest.

Trends in 5 A*-C grades at GCSE

 

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

All

53%

59%

60%

63%

70%

64%

Non PP

56%

61%

66%

66%

74%

66%

PP

16%

44%

32%

42%

46%

54%

Gap

40%

17%

34%

24%

28%

12%