Pupil Premium

For every student eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) Frogmore Community College receives additional funding in the form of the pupil premium allocation.

This means if entitled to Free School Meals (FSM) your child will, in addition, have access to a range of provision designed to support their social and academic outcomes.

What we have to offer:

  • High quality teaching and support for all
  • Up to 50% off the cost of school trips
  • Up to 50% off Musical instrument tuition
  • Homework support via the school’s homework club
  • Access to additional tuition
  • Laptops to support with learning and study at home
  • Support with school uniform
  • A wide range of afterschool clubs free of charge
  • Revision guides for GCSE subjects

If you feel your child would be entitled to Free School Meals please click the link below:



       Pupil Premium lead             

        Mrs Cat Champion


The documents below show how this funding has been allocated in the past year and its impact upon student outcomes.  It also indicates our plans for the coming year to tackle educational disadvantage. 

pp strategy 2021 2024 autumn 22 update final.pdf



  • "Everyone is welcome and included in everything.” Oliver, Y9
  • “I feel comfortable talking to teachers or adults around school about my worries.” Connie, Y10
  • “The best things about being at Frogmore is the tutor groups, as you get to be around older and younger years to get and give advice.” Georgia, Y8
  • “Every member of staff cares.”  Oliver, Y8
  • “All the teachers help push you to the best of your ability.”  Chloe, Y8
  • “I think the best thing about Frogmore Community College is that the teachers are always there to help and your voice is heard by them.” Mollie, Y8
  • “The teachers are always helpful in lesson and will always help when you don't understand.”  Madison, Y9
  • “The environment is well cared for and the school is diverse and inclusive.” Serynna, Y8
  • “I think that the one of the best things is the diverse range of subjects.”  Hiba, Y7
  • “I feel happy and positive every day when I am at school.”  Jake, Y7