Pupil premium & recovery premium

The pupil premium grant is designed to allow schools to help disadvantaged pupils by improving their progress and the exam results they achieve.

Pupil premium vision

At Emmanuel College, we aim to provide an inclusive education that equips all learners for future success. Our curriculum is designed to overcome the barriers to learning that disadvantaged students face, promote cultural capital and involvement in the wider school community, and raise attainment by bridging the academic gaps in learning.

All staff at Emmanuel know that they have a collective responsibility for disadvantaged pupils including, Trust, governance, senior leaders, pastoral care and most importantly, in the classroom where we know we can make the most difference to a child’s future. Our aim is to focus on early help, rooted first and foremost in our curriculum intent and implementation.

Our Pupil Premium Strategy is designed to support our disadvantaged students to ensure equality of outcomes, experiences and future opportunities.

Evidence shows that disadvantaged pupils have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Our strategy tackles gaps created by Covid to support those students most affected by educational disruption over recent years.

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement

The following provides further information on our pupil premium strategy and funding allocation.

Impact of Pupil Premium funding

Disadvantaged students at Emmanuel College perform better than non-disadvantaged students locally  and nationally.

Progress 8


Disadvantaged students at Emmanuel College

Non-disadvantaged students Local Authority

Non-disadvantaged students Nationally

Sixth Form

The Emmanuel College Curriculum

Vision, Mission and Virtues