Early Years Pupil Premium
As a free early learning provider we can claim extra funding for 3 and 4 year old children who are from low income households (annual family income under £16,190). This funding is called Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) and aims to support children's development, learning and care.
Is your child eligible for EYPP?
Your child must be 3 or 4 years old and accessing Free Early Learning (FEL)
The parents/carer must meet at least 1 of the following criteria:
income based jobseekers allowance
income related employment and support allowance
support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
the guaranteed element of state pension credit
child tax credit (with no working tax credit and annual gross income of less than £16,190)
working tax credit run on (paid for 4 weeks after working tax credit is stopped)
Or if the child has:
been looked after by any local authority for at least one day
been adopted from care
left care through special guardianship
been subject to a child arrangement order setting out with whom the child is to live (formerly known as residence order)
Registering Children for EYPP
When claiming your free early learning with us we will require you to complete and sign a funding document. Within this document you can register your child for EYPP, to do this you will need to complete the parent details which includes entering your national insurance number.
We then submit your details to the local council who will perform eligibility checks and notify us of the eligibility status for your child.
Once eligibility has been confirmed we then meet with you to explain how we intend to support your child with the use of the EYPP money.
Intake Pre School And EYPP
At Intake Pre School we aim to ensure every child has the best start in life, we believe in an open and transparent approach working with parents as partners. With this in mind please see our early years pupil premium report, which highlights what money has been received and what impact this has had on the children.
Please note due to data protection and safeguarding children the report is an overview and more in depth details are restricted for general access. As a registered provider please be assured we keep intricate details of the scheme and its delivery along with assessing the level of impact it has had. This may be inspected by OFSTED and the local authority at any point.
Please view our report - last updated September 2016