Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Funding Principles

Pupil Premium Trends

Spending Allocation 2016-17
All staff and students at John Colet School believe that through hard work, inspiration, mutual respect and enjoyment, we will achieve success together. We are committed to the principle that every student fulfils their potential.

The Government introduced the Pupil Premium into main school funding to for disadvantaged students to address inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM), those who have been eligible in the last 6 years (FSME6), looked after children or children of armed forces families and their peers. It is our job to ensure that funding reaches the pupils who need it most.

John Colet has a below average number of pupils who are in receipt of the Pupil Premium. Although this changes each year, it is roughly around 12% for FSME6 (with around 3% being Current FSM) and 6% for Service Children.

We aim to do this in a number of ways and these strategies are evaluated frequently and reviewed based on their impact.

Click here for the detailed evaluation of Pupil Premium spending in 2016-17

Estimated Pupil Premium Budget for 2017-18




1:1/small group intervention


Trips, equipment and uniform


Non-academic interventions (including attendance, Service Children Support and Family Liaison Officer )


Other staff (including mentors and counsellor)


Alternative curriculum provision


Additional curriculum activities (including Brilliant Club)


Achievement For All and transition programmes


Minibus funding




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