Statutory Information: Pupil Premium Information

The Eliot Bank and Gordonbrock Schools Federation is committed to supporting all pupils to overcome any barriers to learning. The Federation recognises that our families have a wide range of needs and they also have many strengths.

Our aim is to ensure that all children who are in receipt of Pupil Premium will make at least expected progress, achieving as well or better than those nationally. In addition to this we expect that all Pupil Premium Pupils will achieve as well as non- pupil premium pupils.

Levels of Provision

Pupil Premium Strategy & Impact

Diminishing the difference and supporting vulnerable children to build their academic resilience continues to be a key aspect of the School Improvement Plan.

The Eliot Bank and Gordonbrock Schools Federation have a rigorous Assessment cycle that is overseen by two Deputy Heads with responsibility for curriculum and assessment and Inclusion. Progress of all Pupil Premium (PP) children is discussed at termly pupil progress meetings which include the Head of school, phase leader and class teacher. Any PP children who also have Special Educational needs are discussed again at a further meeting with the Special needs coordinator.

Use the link below to read our current Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.  This statement details our school’s use of pupil premium (and recovery premium) funding to help improve the attainment of our disadvantaged pupils at Eliot Bank.

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement