Free School Meals/Pupil Premium Application Form
To apply for free school meals, please click on this link - online application form
OR a paper copy is available from the School Office paper application form
How we use Pupil Premium funding to improve outcomes for pupils
The Pupil Premium has been allocated to Someries Junior School based on the number of pupils on roll that are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years. Each of these pupils attracts £1320. As a school, we have the freedom to spend the Pupil Premium funding, which is additional to the main school budget, in a way that we think will best support the raising of attainment for our most vulnerable pupils.
Objectives in Spending Pupil Premium
- To widen pupils experiences to support learning, in particular reading, writing and maths.
- To enrich wider opportunities that enable pupils to develop their confidence and skills across the curriculum.
- To enhance and widen provision to improve progress across the core subjects, with a particular focus on reading.
Click to access an external review by Herts for Learning Lead Advisor (Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Pupils) Feb 2023: Pupil premium review
Click to view the pupil premium strategy statement for 2023/24: Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for 2023/24
Click to review the impact of the pupil premium strategy statement for 2022/23: Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for 2022/23
Click to access full details of planned pupil premium expenditure for 2021/22: Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium 2021-22 with recovery premium.pdf
Click to access full details of pupil premium expenditure for 2020/21: Pupil Premium 2020-21 - reviewed May 2021.pdf