Statutory Information - Literacy/Numeracy Catch Up Funding Information
What is Pupil Premium (PP) funding?
The government introduced pupil premium with the aim of increasing social mobility, reducing the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils nationally and enabling more students from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend top universities.
The impact of funding for individual students will be closely monitored and evaluated and a report will be provided at the end of each academic year. Please view our latest reports below.
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Impact Report and Strategy Document
The impact report for Pupil Premium spending at NUAST can be found here
The Pupil Premium strategy document for PP spending at NUAST can be found here
Parents Evenings offer opportunities to discuss your child’s progress but if you would like further information about progress and attainment please do not hesitate to get in touch with your son/daughter’s Tutor or Head of Year.
- Keeping cool during PE at NUAST in the air conditioned sports hall!
We are extremely grateful to have access to David Ross Sports Village for our PE lessons (Physical Education - 18/07/2022)
- Year 7 honing their skills in the workshop
Year 7 learning how o work in a team whilst perfecting their skills (Engineering - 14/07/2022)
- Greenpower car gets a nose job.
Year 12 students designing the nose cone on the Greenpower car (Engineering - 14/07/2022)
- Year 12 Students Visit Bletchley Park
NUAST students vist the home of code breaking (Computer Science - 23/06/2022)
- Year 9 students shine a light on bike safety
Year 9 students shine a light on bike safety (Engineering - 17/06/2022)