PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FOR 2017-18
Confirmed 2017/18 PPG Allocations are now available to view on the
Advances Updates page
Please note a further adjustment to PPG allocations will take place in January 2018 for those schools paid for a pupil(s) for both FSM eligibility and also LAC eligibility. Where schools have received funding twice, the FSM element will be deducted (£1320
for primary / £935 for secondary).
The rates for 2017-18 have been confirmed and remain at:
- Primary R-Y6 Ever 6 FSM pupils £1320
- Secondary Y7-Y11 Ever 6 FSM pupils £935
- Looked After Children (LAC) £1900
- Post Looked After Children (Post LAC) £1900
- Service Children £300
The Conditions of Grant document for 2017-18 can be on the GOV.UK site by clicking
PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FOR 2016-17
REVISED Confirmed 2016/17 PPG allocations are available on the Advances Updates page
here (updated 19/12/16).
The DfE / EFA confirmed the rates for the 2016-17 Pupil Premium Grant on 17 December 2015.
The rates remain the same as 2015-16, and are as follows:
- Primary R- Y6 Ever 6 FSM pupils £1320
- Secondary Y7 - Y11 Ever 6 FSM pupils £935
- Looked After Children £1900
- Post Looked After Children £1900
- Service Children £300
The full Conditions of Grant document can be found on the GOV.UK Publications site by clicking
Pupil Premium Summer School funding DOES NOT CONTINUE IN 2016
PUPIL PREMIUM TOTALS FOR 2015-16
Breakdown of allocations for 2015-16 per school. Please note Looked After Children funding is allocated separately each term and is not shown in this report. Please click the link below to access the Pupil Premium breakdown.
Pupil Premium 2015-16
GUIDANCE ON ENCOURAGING ELIGIBLE PARENTS TO REGISTER THEIR CHILDREN FOR FREE SCHOOL MEALS
Guidance has been produced in conjunction with BMDC Revenues & Benefits Team and BMDC Audit Team to advise schools on encouraging parents to register their children for free schools meals where eligible. To access this guidance click
REPORT ON HOW SCHOOLS ARE RAISING THE ATTAINMENT OF DISADVANTAGED PUPILS
Reports are available on the GOV.UK website detailing how different schools have narrowed the performance gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers. To access this webpage and view the reports available click
Adjustment to 2014/15 Pupil Premium Grant Allocations Announced 23/03/2015
The DfE announced additional funds for Pupil Premium Free School Meals and Post LAC pupils on 23 March 2015. Please visit the
Advances Updates page to access the following:
- Summary of the additional funding for your school
- Detailed breakdown of the 2014/15 Pupil Premium Grant for your school (from the DfE)
- Updated March Advances Schedule - Please read the note on the login page of the Advances Schedule before proceeding to the funding breakdown page.
Key To Success website
EFA Announcment - The Key To Success website has now been updated with the latest pupil numbers from the January 2015 Census. To access the information from the EFA on how login and download the data please click
HERE. Please note School Funding Team does not have access to data on the Key To Success website and therefore cannot answer any queries you may have.
all queries should be directed to
Pupil Premium 2015-16
The Conditions of Grant and provisonal schools allocations for 2015/16 have been announced today by the DfE (20 March 2015).
To access the Conditions of Grant document and provisional allocations 2015/16 document on the DfE website please click
Please note FINAL allocations will not be announced until summer 2015 (most likely June 2015). Adjustments to funding will be calculated and applied in June or July 2015.
here to access the Pupil Premium survey carried out of school Statements in Summer 2014 and presented to the Schools Forum in September 2014
Updated information on the 2015/16 Pupil Premium Grant allocations have been announced by the DFE.
Headline information is:
- Primary FSM 'Ever 6' Children attract £1320 per eligible FTE pupil on roll in the January 2015 Census
- Secondary FSM 'Ever 6' children attract £935 per eligible FTE pupil on roll in the January 2015 Census
- Children who are looked after, adopted from care or has left care under a special guardianship order, a residence order or a child arrangement order attract £1,900; this will be allocated based on eligible reception to year 11 pupils on roll in each of
the termly censuses, so an amount of £633 will be allocated for eligible looked after children in each term.
No update has been provided on the Pupil Premium Grant for Service Children (27.11.14). Schools should assume the funding will remain at £300 per eligible child until update dinformation is available.
Further informatIon can be accessed from the DfE website
Pupil Premium allocations for individual schools are shown on the
Advances Updates page in the secure area. You can view the following information from this page (please log-in if you get an error message when you click on one of the links below):
- Final allocations for 2014/15 - The 2014/15 allocations were confirmed by the DfE in July 2014 and individual school allocations are available to view from the secure
Advances Updates page. Pupil Premium funding for eligible Looked After Children will be allocated on a termly basis throughout the financial year, and so final 2014/15 allocations will be confirmed in April/May 2015.
- Final allocations for 2013/14 - This spreadsheet shows the breakdown of
Pupil Premium funding that has been allocated via deprivation (ever 6 FSM), service children, children who are Looked After, and summer schools funding. The total amount for each school shown in this sheet should match the total I05 figure shown in the March
2014 Advances Schedule.
- Final allocations for 2012/13 -
This spreadsheet shows the breakdown of Pupil Premium funding that has been allocated via deprivation (ever 6 FSM), service children, children who are Looked After, and summer schools funding. The total amount for each school shown in this sheet should
match the total I05 figure shown in the March 2013 Advances Schedule.
- Final allocations for 2011/12 - This spreadsheet shows the breakdown of Pupil Premium funding that has been
allocated via deprivation (FSM), service children, and for children who are Looked After. The total amount for each school shown in this sheet should match the total I05 figure shown in the March 2012 Advances Schedule.
Guidance from the DfE on identifying eligible "Ever 6" FSM pupils
- schools should continue to use the information supplied via Key To Success to help them calculate which pupils are eligible for pupil premium in 2014/15. As the latest data available will be based on children eligible at the January 2013 Census,
schools should not count any pupils that have left by the January 2014 Census, and should add in any pupils that have started between the January 2013 and January 2014 Censuses. This guidance note from the DfE explains how schools can do this in more detail;
if there are any technical queries, schools should contact their IT provider.
The DfE holds headteachers and school governing bodies accountable for the impact of pupil premium funding in the following ways:
- performance tables, which show the performance of disadvantaged pupils compared with their peers
- requiring schools to publish details online each year of how they are using the pupil premium and the impact it is having on pupil achievement
- the Ofsted inspection framework, where inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, and in particular those who attract the pupil premium
Schools must include the following information when publishing details on their websites:
- the pupil premium allocation for the current academic year
- details of how the school intends to spend the allocation
- details of how the school spent the previous academic year’s allocation
- how it made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils
The funding is allocated for each financial year, but the information you publish online should refer to the academic year, as this is how parents and the general public understand the school year.
As allocations will not be known for the latter part of the academic year (April to July), schools should report on the funding up to the end of the financial year and update it when they have all the figures.
For the 2014-15 academic year, for example, schools should base their academic year allocation on 7/12's of the 2014/15 financial year alloction plus 5/12's of the 2015/16 financial year allocation (final figures for 2015/16 should be updated on
school websites once confirmed by the DfE in summer 2015).
The DfE website here gives further information.
Pupil Premium 2014/15
The headline information for 2014/15 allocations is as follows:
- Primary FSM 'Ever 6' pupils attract £1,300 per eligible FTE pupil on roll in the January 2014 Census
- Secondary FSM 'Ever 6' pupils attract £935 per eligible FTE pupil on roll in the January 2014 Census
- Service children attract £300 per eligible FTE pupil on roll in the January 2014 Census. Any pupil in reception to year 11 who has been flagged as a service child since 2011 will continue to receive the service premium (‘Ever 4’ measure).
- Children who are looked after attract £1,900; this will be allocated based on eligible reception to year 11 pupils on roll in each of the termly censuses, so an amount of £633 will be allocated for eligible looked after children in each term.
- Children who are adopted from care, or who left care under a Special Guardianship Order (SGO) on or after 30 December 2005, or who left care under a Residence Order (RO) since their introduction in October 1991, attract £1,900
provided they are recorded on the January 2014 School Census. A school can only record a child as eligible under this category in the January Census if they have received information about the child’s circumstances and supporting evidence (e.g. a photocopy
of the Adoption (Court) Order) from the parents or guardians. The January 2014 Census has a new field called “Adopted from care” for schools to record eligible children so that they attract this funding. See the
census guidance page for further information.