Students who are adopted, under legal guardianship and also sons/daughters of the armed forces qualify for Pupil Premium.
Any students who meet this criteria need to declare it to the Head of School before the census in order for us to receive the funding, for adopted and legal guardianship, the College have to see the documents, for sons/daughters of the armed forces a letter confirming this should be enough.
Caedmon College Whitby receives additional funding in terms of the Pupil Premium to help us in our ambition to ensure every student in our College can be successful.
All members of our staff and governors accept responsibility for all learners and are committed to meeting their pastoral, social and academic needs within the College environment.
The College is committed to ‘narrowing the gap’ for vulnerable students and the Pupil Premium will follow a vital part of that process. Each student must be able to make a contribution to the life of the College through full participation in both the academic and extracurricular lives of the College.