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    Pupil Equity Fund

     

    Pupil Equity Funding is additional funding from the Scottish Government’s £750 million Attainment Scotland Fund, allocated directly to schools and targeted at closing the poverty related attainment gap. This funding is to be spent at the discretion of Headteachers working in partnership with each other and their local authority. In 2017/18, Scotland’s schools received a share of over £120 million, and in 2018/19 this is set to increase to over £122 million.

    The Pupil Equity Funding school level allocations have been published by The Scottish Government and are available online at PEF School Allocations 

    Every council area is benefitting from Pupil Equity Funding and over 96% of schools in Scotland have been allocated funding.  Allocations in Secondary Schools are based on those who are registered for Free School Meals in the Broad General Education (BGE).  Levenmouth Academy has the second highest allocation in Scotland, currently at £312,000 p/a.

    National Operational Guidance has been published to help schools plan how they will most effectively invest their Pupil Equity Funding allocation to improve the educational outcomes of children affected by poverty.

    Levenmouth Academy have consulted extensively on Pupil Equity Fund, including:

    A selection of our PEF documentation is available on this site - including the PowerPoint presentation we used to launch our consultation, as well as showcasing our ongoing PEF documentation.

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