Pupil Premium Analysis
What is the Pupil Premium? The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011. In 2012–13 schools were allocated a total of £1.25 billion funding for children from low-income families who were eligible for free school meals, looked after children and those from families with parents in the Armed Forces. The aim of this survey was to identify how schools were using this money to raise achievement and improve outcomes for these pupils. The survey is based on the views of 262 school leaders gathered through inspections and telephone interview questionnaires conducted by Her Majesty’s Inspectors.
Value for Money Statement
Annually, the accounting officers of all academy trusts open on or before 31 August are required by the ‘Academies Financial Handbook’ to complete a value for money statement to help them self-assess what they have done to maximise the impact of their money in the period ended 31 August each year. Broadway’s value for money statement and annual report can be viewed via the buttons below.
|Broadway Value for money statement (2013 – 2014)
|Broadway Annual report & financial statement (August 2014)
|Broadway Annual report & financial statement (2014/015)
Incorporating our Value for money statement (2014/2015)
|Broadway Value for money statement (2015 – 2016)
Incorporating our Value for money statement (2015/2016)
Year 7 ‘Catch Up’ Funding
The Year 7 Catch Up Funding is a government initiative designed to target resources on those students who have not achieved level 4 or above in Reading and/or Maths. The Department for Education (DfE) provides us with an additional funding for each student to enable us to deliver extra support to help these students to ‘catch up’. Students’ progress is monitored carefully to ensure that the Catch up programme is having an impact. The details of how the school plans to use this funding to support our students and boost their English and Maths levels are outlined below.
|Broadway Catch-up Funding (2014 – 2015)|
|Broadway Catch-up Funding (2015 – 2016)|