Disadvantaged Students

Pupil Premium is a government initiative for the allocation of funding for schools and academies. This funding is targeted specifically to assist in the education of students who are eligible for free school meals. It is an important scheme that supports the education and development of students who may come from lower income families.

One of the ways in which Ormiston Six Villages Academy has decided to use this money is to specifically target support at students that are registered for free meals (whether or not they claim them on a daily basis), by providing them with support throughout the year. These have included:

  • Learning resources such as IT, books or revision guides
  • Contributions to educational visits/trips
  • Extra tuition/support
  • Access to wider pastoral services, such as counselling

Please see the documents below to read how we have had an impact on student education using this funding. 

Disadvantaged Students Strategy Overview 2018-2019

2017-2018 PP and Year 7 Catch Up Spending Review

Free School Meals

 

Did you know…?

Just registering your child for Free School Meals means that the Academy gets extra money. Register now to make sure we don’t miss out - contact our Finance Manager on 01243 546800 for eligibility criteria or visit West Sussex County Council's website for more information.

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