Flamstead Village School's Pupil Premium Strategy
The Pupil Premium Grant is provided to each school to support vulnerable pupils and to reduce the impact of any challenges that they may have on their learning and overall development. At Flamstead Village School, we strongly believe that every child should be provided with the support and guidance that they need to be the best that they can be.
The support that we provide to pupils is based on an equity model, where we accept that some children may need a highly personalised offer in order to fulfil their potential.
As a generalisation, we recognise that pupils in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) may have specific challenges which may hinder their progress and mean that they are at risk of not achieving as highly as their peers. Our pupils come from a range of different backgrounds and each face individual barriers to learning – in recognising this, as a small school, we recognise that some needs may be met through broad strategies, however other elements will need to be provided to pupils on a case-by-case basis.
Previous Years' Statements
COVID Catch and Recovery Strategy
Due to the Coronavirus situation, the government has also made available funding to schools to support pupils who were affected educationally by the lockdown. For this, we have produced the following strategy to ensure that pupils whose development and learning was significantly impacted have the right support to enable them to catch up.