The government introduced new funding arrangements for schools in 2011. One of the key changes was the introduction of the Pupil Premium, which is linked to the number of pupils receiving free school meals (FSM).
Details of the amount our school received and its allocation can be seen below:
Premium allocation for 2011/12 £15050
Premium allocation for 2012/13 £24600
Premium allocation for 2013/2014 £45227
Premium allocatino for 2014-2015 £66000
Beech Hyde has adopted and continues to adopt a range of strategies in raising attainment and progression of disadvantaged children. These include; 1:1 tuition, additional teaching and support staff, interventions as well as provision mapping for children eligible for free school meals. The full document is available below.
SEND Local Offer
The special educational needs and disability (SEND) code of practice (2015) requires all local authorities to describe the special educational provision it expects to be available for children and young people who have SEND.
This information describes the arrangements schools should have in place for Hertfordshire children and young people with SEND. For further information on any particular aspect, please click the links provided. (Throughout this document, numbers in brackets refer to the SEND Code of Practice 2015). The full document is available below.