What is Pupil Premium?
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of children from low income families and to close the gaps in outcomes between them and their peers. Disadvantaged children are identified as children from low income families eligible for free school meals, who have been adopted , have parents who work in the armed forces or are looked after children within the Local Authority.
At Knop Law Primary we are committed to ensuring high attainment and progress for all children and work hard to ensure that pupil premium children make good progress and attain well.
The following link provides more information about this initiative:
In the last academic year we received £75,320 (2020-21)
In previous years, we have received the following amount:
2018 -19: £75,510
View the Pupil Premium Report for 2020-21:
Information on our 'Covid-19 Catch-Up Premium' funding can be viewed below with more information about our Recovery Curriculum available here:
View our archived Pupil Premium data and information here: