The purpose of the Pupil Premium grant is to narrow the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. The premium is allocated to schools on the basis of the number of children who are:
The government says that it is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per FSM pupil, is spent., since they are best placed to address what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.
Source: DfE Website (for more information, see:
If your financial situation has changed, or you think your child may be eligible for Free School Meals, you can contact Mrs Boussida at email@example.com. Registering for free school meals means the school gets extra funding to support your child’s learning, so even if you do not want to utilise the Free School Meals, then registering is still useful to support your child in other ways across the school.
The link below gives clear information about who is eligible for FSM
Pupil Premium per
Pupils in Years 7 to 9 recorded as Ever 6 Free School Meals
Looked after Children (LAC) defined in Children Act 1989 as one who is in the care of, or provided with accomodation by, an English Local Authority.
Children who have ceased to be looked after by a Local Authority in England and Wales because of an adoption, a special guardianship order, a chils arrangements order or a resistance order.
Pupils recorded as an Ever 6 serives child or in receipt of a child pension from the Ministry of Defence
We only receive extra funding if students are registered or identified on our systems by the time of the school census. Our next census will be in mid January 2017. We treat every case in complete confidence.
How much does Ivanhoe get?
April 12/March 13 - £88,381
April 13/March 14 - £149,400
April 14/March 15 - £153,340
April 15/March 16 - £189,550
April 16/March 17 - £160,000
April 17/March 18 - £173,910
April 18/March 19 - £184,776
2014/2015 – 167 students
2015/2016 – 191 students
2016/2017 – 223 students
2017/2018 - 212 students
Keeping your child safe online.
As we approach the festive period, a number of our students may be receiving a new gadget as a gift, from games consoles to smartphones and tablets, most of which will be internet ready. You will already be aware the internet hosts many exciting opportunities for young people, from self-expression t...
On Friday 6th December the English Department ran a Spelling Bee interhouse, with 22 students choosing to take...
Student News - Hair Donation
Well done to Year 9 student Aimee McCauley who donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust. Little Princess Trust is a special charity which provides free real hair wigs to children and young people with hair loss, and fundraises for vital research into childhood cancers. They rely on donations ...
MYED - We need your help
Nut Aware School
Ivanhoe College is a food allergy aware school. This letter is to inform you that there are a considerable number of students at our school who have severe food allergies. The most common of these allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish and shellfish, soy and wheat. The most serious risk in our...
Sponsored Walk Success
A huge well done to Year 9 student Jake Homer, who has recently taken part in a 10km remembrance walk in memory of his Great Grandma, and raised and impressive £500 for an Alzheimers Charity. Brilliant work Jake. ...
Holy Trinity Christmas Tree Festival
It was our pleasure to again offer our support in helping set up the Holy Trinity Christmas Tree Festival, an ...
Children in Need
NEC Skills Show
Year 9 were absolute superstars on our trip to the NEC on our first Enrichment Day of the year. This year students were able to land a plane in the flight simulator and try out VR headsets, which they enjoyed. Our students saw a range of careers and skills in action, with demonstrations including ...
Poetry Competition Success
We love to celebrate the achievements of our students out of school, as well as in. Congratulations to Yea...
Balancing Screen Time for KS3 Students
Visit internetmatters.org/screentime for more advice. ...
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