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pupil premium and sports premium

Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools based on the number of pupils who are eligible for free school meals (sometimes referred to as FSM). This is why it is important that you apply for free school meals (even if your child prefers to bring packed lunch!) as it brings much needed funding into the school budget. 

Pupil Premium money is spent by the school to improve attainment for pupils, e.g. by funding Study Clubs, one to one or small group tuition in targetted areas such as maths and literacy, and activities that help pupils to engage with school life and learning.

Click on the document below for a report on how Cedar Centre spent its Pupil Premium allocation in the previous academic year, and in other recent years.

future spending

The nature of Cedar Centre learners means that each child's learning arrangements are tailored to take account of their particular needs. Pupil Premium money is used to boost learning; the school leadership team plans how to organise this spending, which is then reported to the federation governing body. Successful strategies used in the past are reviewed, to decide if they will be used in the future.

P.E. and sport premium

Schools also now receive P.E. and Sport Premium for primary-age pupils. Click on the document below to see how Cedar Centre is using the PE and Sport Premium in 2016-17: 

Year 7 Catch-up premium

The school receives additional funding for targetted interventions for year 7 pupils. Click on the document below for details.


Please click on these documents to see details of Pupil Premium and P.E. and Sport Premium spending planned during 2016-17:


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