Pupil Premium

We are an inclusive school, firmly believing that all children should have equality of opportunity in their learning and experience of school life.

Pupil Premium is a government funding initiative to provide support to specific groups of children who are vulnerable to ensure they reach their full potential both academically and socially. The fund allocated to a school is based on the percentage of pupils who are receiving free school meals, have received free school meals in one of the previous 6 years (Ever 6) or are a looked after child (CLA), or have parents who work in the Armed Forces.  

At Hormead First School, the number of pupils in receipt is small, however, whilst this funding remains available we would urge all parents/carers who may be eligible for FSM (including those receiving Universal Free School Meals) to take up their entitlement using the link provided on this webpage. 

If you require assistance with a FSM application please call the customer service centre on 0300 123 4048 (8am-8pm Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm Saturday), or the school office will be happy to help you. 

Schools have a responsibility to share with parents and the general public how they have spent their Pupil Premium Grant each academic year. We publish our report annually, at the end of March. 

Published Reports:
Click the link below to go to the Hertfordshire Council website where you can see if your are eligible to receive Free School Meals (Pupil Premium). This includes children who are currently in Reception, Y1 and Y2.