Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Humphrey Perkins has a lower than National number of disadvantaged students, approximately 18%.

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This includes looked after students, those with parents in the armed forces and those eligible for free school meals. Whilst some achieve successful outcomes the progress of disadvantaged students is lower than National expectation at Humphrey Perkins and research shows that disadvantaged students typically have lower attendance than their peers, are more likely to have behavioural problems and are less likely to achieve in exams.

Humphrey Perkins has identified improving outcomes and attendance for students eligible for Pupil Premium as a main priority.

Year
Number eligible
Allocation
2014/2015
147
£132,300
2015/2016
149
£144043
2016/2017
137
£149906
2017/2018
149
£139315
2018/2019
156
£129264
Useful Information
Year 7 Catch-up Funding 2018/2019
Year 7 Mathematics Catch-Up Report May 2018
Catch Up Action Plan 2018-2019
HPS Strategy Statement 2018-2019
Pupil Premium Review of Spending 2017-2018