Pupil Premium

Our aim is:

  • To raise and support the attainment of students from low income families in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or at any point in the last 6 years (referred to as Ever 6 FSM) in order to address any underlying inequalities.
  • To provide financial support for students from low income families in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or at any point in the last 6 years (referred to as Ever 6 FSM) in order to address any underlying inequalities.
  • To ensure students are not disadvantaged in any way in school due to financial constraints.
  • To provide pastoral support for students from service families.

Expected Results

  • Improve the levels of attainment and progress for all qualifying students.
  • To ease the financial burden of low income families and ensure students have equal access to educational visits, resources and other educational opportunities.


  • Ever 6 FSM –Students recorded in the January 2019 school census who are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) in any of the previous 6 years (i.e. since summer 2013), as well as those first known to be eligible at January 2019.
  • Children adopted from care or who have left care – students recorded in the January 2019 school census who were looked after by the Local Authority immediately before being adopted, or who left authority care on a special guardianship order or child arrangements order (previously residence order)

Pupil Premium Allocation

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. The Pupil Premium enables a range of interventions, support and enrichment activities to be funded and to provide the maximum impact on learning for students entitled to funding.

The Pupil Premium is allocated for:

  • children from low-income families who are currently eligible for Free School Meals (FSM)
  • children who have been eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (known as Ever6)
  • children who have been looked after by the local authority (LAC)


  • The number of students presented who are eligible for FSM in the academic year 2019/20 is 18 confirmed.
  • 2019/20 indicative allocation is £14925.  Actual 2019/20 allocation will be based on January 2019 census data and Free School Meals (FSM) history since 2013. This allocation may change once the January 2020 census has taken place, and may be carried forward to future financial years.

Overview of the School 2019/20

Total number of students on roll


Total number of students  eligible for PPG

18 (confirmed January 2019)

Amount of Ever6 FSM FTE per student


Amount of Ever6 Service Children FTE per student


Indicative  PPG 2017/18 allocation


Nature of Support 2019/20 Indicative




 Impact Evaluations

Cost Estimate

Continue to offer tuition and small teaching group sessions for eligible students in Literacy and Mathematics across all key stages by qualified teaching staff.  Provide booster lessons in all subjects as required by qualified teaching staff.

Intensive teaching is provided to eligible students who are below the expected level.

Student progress will be monitored and regular assessment and feedback given to the student, subject leader and form tutor.


Attainment data will demonstrate that the gap between FSM and Non FSM students has narrowed.

Attendance data.

Staffing costs and teaching resources.


School Pupil Premium Subsidy


Students are able to participate on school trips and activities.

Educational resources and learning aids can be purchased for students whose families are in financial hardship.

Students are fully equipped to  pursue their academic and extra -curricular activities as assessed by form tutors on Profiling days

Students have attended a wide range of activities and gained in confidence and self-esteem.


Curriculum and Extra Curriculum Activities

Transport, resources and work experience opportunities are provided to enhance learning and participation in school curriculum and externally.

Uptake of educational visits, sporting events is good and students undertake a wide range of activities outside school.

Students pursue an active and rewarding academic, sporting and interactive life inside and outside school.


Catering Services

Students sustain their energy and vitality throughout the day.

Student uptake of school meals is high throughout the year.

Students are well nourished with a balanced diet and have the energy and vitality to carry out their studies and school activities.


Subsidised Music Tuition

Students are able to participate and access music tuition who are unable to afford music lessons

Students develop their  joy and talent for music and maximise their musical potential

Students attend music tuition regularly and gain confidence to undertake music exams



Counselling is available to enable

mental health, well- being and emotional resilience

Students are happy and demonstrate good mental health, well- being and emotional resilience.

Students thrive and flourish and have high self- esteem and confidence even when under pressure





Total –Includes prior year carry forward

Total £14,925

Impact of Pupil Premium Grant on Student Progress 2018/19

Eligible students’ progress will be monitored closely to identify any additional educational and/or financial support to prevent them falling below their targets and ensuring a wide provision of educational resources and opportunities are provided throughout the academic year.

 Review of Pupil Premium Grant on Student Progress 2017/18

During 2018/19 the 13 students eligible for Free School Meals  and who triggered Pupil Premium were offered and used the available money to support their education by paying for items such as travel, trips and equipment.

2018/19 Pupil Premium Grant


PPG Student subsidies (travel & resources (direct))


Staffing ( training & resources)


Education Visits –transport  & curriculum activities


Total (includes previous carried forward PPG)



PPG Attainment Data for 2018/19 

The progress of these students is detailed below:

PPG Attainment Data for 2017/18


English Attainment Band/level

Maths Attainment Band/level Attainment band average score Attainment band average score Whole year Identified in 'need-to-catch-up' category?
7 FSM 2 2 4.2 3.4 No
7 FSM 4 3 2.5 3.5 Yes
8 PPI 1 2 3.7 3.7 No
8 PPI 2 3 3.3 3.7 No
8 PPI 2 2 3.5 3.7 No
8 PPI 1 2 4.3 3.7 No
9 FSM 2 2 3.7 3.8 No
9 FSM 2 3 3.9 3.8 No
9 PPI 2 3 3.3 3.8 No
9 PPI 2 2 3.9 3.8 No
10 FSM 2 2 4.2 3.8 No

2019 Progress 8 data not yet available

Five disadvantaged students all achieved 11 GCSEs with average point scores of 7.5, 8.9, 8.5, 9.0 and 8.8 with a school average of 8.2

2018 Progress 8 score whole school +1.17

2018 Progress 8 (unvalidated) score for two disadvantaged students 1.80. 

Attainment and progress of disadvantaged students is very closely monitored on an individual basis as there are too few to be a statistically significant group.  The school and governors will continue to monitor and review the impact on spending and raising the educational achievements of students eligible to receive PPG.


The progress data above for students eligible for PPG shows that attendance, effort and progress   was overall very good. This is in line with the attendance and attainment of students not receiving PPG in their respective cohorts. Students are carefully tracked and monitored to ensure that key educational targets are met for each individual student.  Students are well supported financially to experience a wide range of educational visits and obtain essential learning resources e.g. Bushcraft residential trip in Year 7, Multi Activity residential trip to Devon in Year 9 and attending modern foreign language plays and field courses in Year 10. In addition to help build confidence and broaden their socio-cultural experiences, students are financially supported to pursue extra-curricular activities e.g. dancing, music lessons, participation in Combined Cadet Force (CCF) and orchestras.

Kendrick School will continue to use the PPG in line with its policy for 2019/20.