This grant is aimed at helping to address inequalities between less well-off students who are on free school meals and their peers. We use it to fund projects aimed at support students on free school meals in different year groups.
Sometimes we fund projects that will help a range of students, including those on free school meals and some who are not. These projects are funded with a mixture of pupil premium grant and money from our main school budget.
Schools have to publish information on how much pupil premium grant funding we receive and how we spend it. You can find the figures for SNS and the details of the projects we fund using this money by downloading our statements on our pupil premium grant.
SNS pupil premium grant
- Stoke Newington School pupil premium grant strategy statement - 2021-22
- Stoke Newington School pupil premium grant strategy statement - 2020-21
Summer School 2020/2021
Funding for summer school and activities has been used to support incoming Year 7 students and help them navigate the important transition between primary and secondary school following a year of disrupted learning.
Stoke Newington Summer school included a variety of activities from group activities such as sports to mental health support, coding, the arts and academic catch-up such as maths and English lessons. The programme consists of school staff and external partners providing workshops. This allows pupils the opportunity to:
- build a community with their fellow pupils
- forge relationships with new teachers
- familiarise themselves with their new school environment