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At BBEC we have a culture in school that is values driven and where all students belong; all students including pupil premium students are supported to achieve their potential regardless of their background. Our main aims are to:

  • Provide additional support to improve the attainment and progress of all disadvantaged students.

  • Close both the attainment and progress gap between disadvantaged students and their peers (further gaps in students’ knowledge and progress have been caused by the Covid-19 pandemic).

  • Make sure that disadvantaged students attend school as well as non-disadvantaged student

  • Raise the aspirations of disadvantaged students and help them, as with all our students, to be the best they can be

  • Provide as wide a range of experiences for disadvantaged students as possible beyond the classroom, our ‘minimum entitlement’.

  • Reduce exclusions and improve attitudes to learning/school for disadvantaged students.

We will allocate funding in order to have the greatest impact; this will be research-led, using EEF principles, and also support the combination of circumstances which are specific and unique to students at Buttershaw Business and Enterprise College.

Our pupil premium strategy showing how funding is allocated can be viewed via the link below:  


Pupil Premium Strategy -2023-2024 (published October 2023)

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