Pupil Premium & Literacy and Numeracy Catch up Premium
The literacy and numeracy catch up premium (LNP) is additional funding which is allocated to the school to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2.
As a school we are proud of the diverse nature of our pupil body. Economically and socially, the pupil profile reflects the school’s complex urban environment and at any time approximately 50% of our pupils are considered disadvantaged within the context of the pupil premium and approximately 25% of our pupils join the school in year 7 having not achieved the expected standard in reading and maths at KS2.
We do not consider this as an excuse for under-achievement and have high aspirations for all our pupils irrespective of their background or prior attainment – As part of our high-aspirations, it is our aim that pupils who receive the pupil premium and/or literacy and numeracy catch up premium are enabled to achieve progress and outcomes that match, or exceed, those achieved both nationally and by their peers within the school.
To achieve this goal, we allocate the pupil premium and literacy & numeracy premium funding we receive to a range of strategies that are designed to:
- Raise Achievement & Attainment
- Improve Attendance
- Provide Additional Support and Intervention for the most vulnerable
- Strengthen Parental Engagement
- Raise Aspirations
- Build Social send Cultural Capital
For full details of funding, impact analysis and our pupil premium strategy, please download a copy of our recent Pupil Premium Statements.
- Pupil Premium Report 2023
- Pupil Premium Report 2022
- The Frederick Bremer Summer School 2021
- Pupil Premium Report 2021
Maintained schools are now required to publish salary information on any employee earning over £100,000 per annum.
The numbers of employees earning over £100,000 per annum: 1