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Service Pupil Premium

Pastoral Care

The Service Pupil Premium has a slightly different purpose to the Disadvantaged Pupil Premium, focusing more on pastoral support than academic progress. 

The school has developed this 'Stakeholder's Guide' (please click the link) to give more information to parents and other stakeholders about our rationale and approach to spending the pupil premium. We believe it is vital that parents feel able to discuss how the school is supporting their children, especially around service issues.

We have also created this 'Care, Guidance and Support' offer to show parents and stakeholders some of the strategies that we use to help children overcome the barriers to learning they might face being part of a service context. We hope that it is helpful to you.

If you wish to ask any questions about the strategies we use to combat the challenges that children can face, or you have specific concerns for your children during difficult times (e.g. transition, deployment, resettlement etc.), please contact the school to discuss these. We would always rather know so that we can help, rather than waiting for worries to grow. 


RAF Leeming - An Example of Best Practice

We are pleased to have been highlighted a number of times as an example of national best practice in the way in which we spend our Service Pupil Premium.

This was captured in an article published by the RAF Families Federation and the MOD, and can be found at the link below:

How the Service Pupil Premium is Used at RAF Leeming.

An accompanying film was created by the MoD detailing our work using the service premium, which can also be found by clicking the link below:

Video Clip - Use of the Service Premium at RAF Leeming.

We have also been featured by Winchester University's Service Children's Progression Alliance (SCiP) as a model of good practice.

Case Study - Model of Good Practice.


Key Document

Service Pupil Premium Strategy Statement, 2022-25


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