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Welcome to St Mary's C.E. Middle School

Thank you for visiting the website for St. Mary's C.E. Middle School. We are a 9-13 middle school situated on the outskirts of Puddletown, a small village in the beautiful Dorset countryside. We are a church school with an ethos built on the core Christian values of respect, forgiveness, justice, uniqueness, equality and acceptance.

Our aim is to give every pupil the chance to achieve their God given potential in all areas of their life and we are proud to have been assessed as an outstanding church school in our last two Church of England inspections. We expect the highest standards in both academic work and behaviour and we place our children at the centre of everything we do.

The pupils, staff and governors are very proud of our school and we hope that this website will allow you to see why. We look forward to having the opportunity to meet you in person.

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Information

 

The pupil premium is a Government initiative that provides specific funds targeted at improving outcomes for students from deprived backgrounds. Research has indicated that this group of students underachieve when compared to non-deprived peers. The premium is provided in order to support these pupils in fulfilling their potential and not being disadvantaged.  These pages detail how the pupil premium funding is used at St. Mary's C.E. Middle School.

 

The Department for Education states, “It is for schools to decide how the Pupil premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for individual pupils.” There is no obligation upon schools to spend the money directly upon those in receipt of free school meals or in care; however, this additional sum of money is provided to support schools in narrowing the achievement gap between different groups of pupils. The school will ensure that pupils in receipt of free school meals or in care will be the highest priority in terms of receiving support should the need to close the achievement gap be identified.

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