Pupil & Sport Premium
The Pupil Premium grant is additional funding, to help raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to help diminish the difference between them and their peers. The funding is allocated to schools on the basis of the number of students on roll, known to be currently eligible for free school meals or have been eligible within the last 6 years, as well as pupils who have been looked after by the Local Authority. All schools are required to report on the amount of funding they receive and how this is being used each academic year. Tidemill will use the additional funding to promote the achievement and progress of all entitled pupils. At present, the schools receives pupil premium funding of £1320 per eligible pupil.
For information about how this funding is used, please read our Pupil Premium Report 2017-2019.
For information regarding school strategy, please read our Pupil Premium Policy.
PE and Sport Premium
The PE and Sport Premium is funding given to schools to spend on improving the quality of PE and sport provision in school. This can be spent in a variety of ways including raising the profile of PE for whole school improvement, increasing opportunities to partake in sport and the range of activities available, improving the teaching of sport, increasing involvement in competitions, encouraging pupils to take on leadership roles that support sport and physical activity and raising attainment in swimming. At Tidemill Academy, PE and school sport is seen as a key factor in providing an inclusive and exciting education. We are very proud that Tidemill Academy has been awarded gold level for the School Games Mark for the fourth year in a row. Tidemill provided clear evidence at ‘gold’ level in all areas assessed. Areas include prerequisites, participation, competition, workforce and clubs. Tidemill are eligible this year to apply for Platinum level for this years School Games Mark.
For information about how this funding is used, please read our Sport Premium Report 2017-2019.