The Pupil Premium for Looked After Children is money from the Government to help children in care make better progress at primary and secondary school.
The decision on how to spend the Pupil Premium is usually made at your PEP meeting. Everyone who goes to that meeting (including you!) can discuss how this money is used. It could pay for one to one tuition, mentoring support, educational trips, equipment or anything else that will help you to do well at school.
If you want to have a say in how your Pupil Premium is used make sure you go to your PEP meetings or tell your designated teacher, carer and social worker what you think you need to help you do well.