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Helmingham Primary School & Nursery

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Pupil eligibility and funding rates 2022 to 2023  

This table shows how pupil premium funding is allocated to schools and local authorities. Allocations are provided on a financial year basis, based on the following pupil eligibility rates.

Pupil eligibility criteria Amount of funding for each primary-aged pupil per year Amount of funding for each secondary-aged pupil per year Funding is paid to
Pupils who are eligible for free school meals, or have been eligible in the past 6 years (including eligible children of families with no recourse to public funds) £1,385 £985 School
Pupils who have been adopted from care or have left care £2,410 £2,410 School
Children who are looked after by the local authority £2,410 £2,410 Local authority


Summary of the main barriers to educational achievement faced by eligible pupils at school.

  1. Attendance and Punctuality – A small proportion of pupil premium children require additional support to main good attendance above 96% and to also ensure they come to school on time.
  2. Behaviours for learning – Many of our PP children have difficulty with managing their emotions & feelings
  3. Speech and Language upon entry to school – A greater proportion of our pupil premium children require speech and language support when they enter school.
  4. Parental Involvement – To build positive parental relationships and encourage a partnership in learning engagement across school