What to do if you think your child may be eligible for extra funding?

In the first instance, please contact a.allford@ivanhoe.co.uk with your queries.

If your child is entitled to Free School Meals, please register even if you do not intend to take advantage of a free meal at school. Registering for FSM means access to more funding to support your child’s learning.

The link below gives clear information about who is eligible for FSM. 

Or alternatively download the application form here. If in any doubt, please contact school and we can help you with your application.

The main thing that parents can do is to keep us informed about any change in circumstances. 

We only receive extra funding if students are registered or identified on our systems by the time of the school census.  We treat every case in complete confidence.

The new category regarding those children who have been adopted from care (called Post-LAC) was added this year. If your child falls into this category (i.e adopted), please could you contact the school so that we can make sure that we receive the extra funding for your child.  

All information provided will be treated confidentially.


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