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What are the criteria for EYPP eligibility?

What are the criteria for EYPP eligibility?

The EYPP is focused on the most disadvantaged children. The eligibility criteria for the EYPP is therefore very tight, targeted at three and four year olds from economically disadvantaged households and those who are in care or have been in care.

What can Early Years pupil premium be spent on?

Pool the Early Years Pupil Premium to purchase shared services such as an Early Years Graduate or Speech and Language Therapist. Provide additional training for staff. Enhance speech and language development initiatives.

What is EYEE funding?

As part of the Government’s commitment to improve early years education, the Local Education Authority (LEA) provides funding for 2, 3 and 4 year olds if they attend an Ofsted registered setting which is eligible to claim the Early Years Funding/Educational Entitlement (EYFE/EYEE) on behalf of the parent.

What is early education funding?

The EYNFF is a means of allocating funding for the free early education and childcare entitlement for 3- and 4-year-olds, also known as the universal 15-hour entitlement and the 30-hour entitlement for working parents. Providers are paid the same rate by their local authority for delivering both schemes.

How much is EYPP funding per child?

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) and Deprivation Supplement Providers are paid a pupil premium at the rate of 53p per hour for 3 and 4 year old children. Funding can be claimed for eligible children attending up to 15 hours per week (the pupil premium cannot be applied to the extended entitlement hours).

How much is EYPP funding?

Early years providers will receive the Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) payment in the same way they receive payment for Nursery Education places. This is usually paid termly. EYPP funding is based on 570 hours per academic year. The funding rate is £302.10 per academic year, which equates to £0.53 per hour.

Do you have to apply for pupil premium?

Pupils in reception, year 1 and year 2 who attend a government-funded school are offered free school meals without the need to make an application. If you receive a qualifying benefit, it is important that you still apply for Free School Meals to get funding for your child’s school through the Pupil Premium.

Do you get free school meals on pupil premium?

You may be eligible to receive Free School Meals and funding for your child’s school through the Pupil Premium, if you receive of one of the following benefits: Income Support. This does not include any benefits you get. Support under part six of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.

Who qualifies for pupil premium?

The Pupil Premium Grant is allocated to schools from the Department for Education (DfE) to help vulnerable pupils achieve their potential. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals (FSM); those looked after by the Local Authority and children of armed service personnel.

Can you be pupil premium but not FSM?

As stated previously, any child that is currently receiving free school meals is eligible for pupil premium funding.