St Mary and St Joseph RC Primary School Pupil Premium Projected Spending  2017-2018 Updated September 2017

Schools are required to publish details of their Pupil Premium allocation, how they plan to spend the allocation in the current year, how the previous year's allocation  was spent and the effect of the expenditure on the attainment of those pupils for whom the funding was allocated.

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll:

102

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG:

2

Amount of PPG received per pupil:

£1320

Total amount of PPG received:

£2,640

 

Objectives for PPG spending 2017–18

To ensure pupils access the curriculum and make progress to the best of their ability.

To increase the number of pupils making expected at and further progress from KS1 to KS2 in reading, writing and maths, narrowing the gap. (Specifically maths and writing 2017-18)

To ensure pupils achieve age related expectations (ARE) & make expected and further progress in year.

To support and develop pupils experiences within school.

Nature of Support offered by school

Age related curriculum access, intervention, 1:1 (as required) focussed on overcoming gaps and achieving greatest potential.

TA’s assigned to interventions, boost and challenge, self-esteem / pastoral sessions (ELSA)

Excellence and enjoyment enhancing curriculum - school visits, residentials & instrumental tuition.

SENCo planning, tuition and implementation of programmes (as required)

General resource purchase supporting programme delivery

Curriculum Focus of PPG Spending 2017–2018

Pupil Progress meetings each term discuss individual progress and support for FSM and ever 6

Pupil progress tracked for support and challenge, intervention with TA and 1:1 tuition (as required)

Differentiated learning focused to meet needs of individuals

Able pupils are challenged to progress and achieve with deep learning and understanding at the end of each key stage.

Emotional support programmes implemented when needed, e.g. ELSA & Rainbows.

In year maths and writing progress KS2 as prioritised on the SDP 2017 - 18.

(priorities reviewed September 2017)

Computing hardware purchase to support learning strategies.

 

 

Impact of PPG Spending

Previous Performance of pupils receiving Pupil Premium Grant (FSM)

0 pupils received PPG in 2016–2017 KS2 cohort.

 

KS2 SATS

% pupils achieving ARE in Reading Writing and Maths = 0%

Expected Progress from KS1 - KS2

% pupils making expected progress in reading = 0%

% pupils making expected progress in writing = 0%

% pupils making expected progress in maths = 0%

KS2 (Teacher Assessment)

% Pupils achieving ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths = 0% 

School KS2 Test Data

Reading 81% (National 71%) Writing 100% (National 76%) Maths 63% (National 75%) 

KS1 SATS

0 pupil received PPG in 2016-2017 KS1 cohort.

 

ARE in Reading Writing and Maths = 100%

% Pupils making expected progress in reading = 0%

% Pupils making expected progress in writing = 0%

% Pupils making expected progress in maths = 0%

Year 1 Phonics Screening

0 pupil received PPG in 2016-2017 Year 1 cohort.

 

End of Year Teacher Assessment Cohort Data

2 pupils receiving PPG 100% achieved Age Related Expectation in Reading

                                      50% achieved Age Related Expectation in Writing

                                      100% achieved Age Related Expectation in Maths

 

Individual Targets

2 pupils receiving PPG  100% achieved in year target in Reading

                                        0% achieved in year target in Writing

                                        50% achieved in year target in Maths

 

 

Objectives for PPG spending 2016–17

To ensure pupils access the curriculum and make progress to the best of their ability.

To increase the number of pupils making expected at progress from KS1 to KS2 in reading, writing and maths, narrowing the gap.

To ensure pupils achieve age related expectations (ARE) & making expected progress in year.

To support and develop pupils experiences within school.

Nature of Support

1 to 1 tuition and support focussed on overcoming gaps and achieving potential.

TA’s employed for interventions and self-esteem / pastoral sessions

Excellence and enjoyment enhancing curriculum - school visits, residentials & instrumental tuition.

SENCo planning, tuition and implementation of programmes

 

General resource purchase supporting programme delivery

Curriculum Focus of PPG Spending 2016–2017

Pupil Progress meetings each term discuss individual progress and support for FSM.

Pupil progress tracked for support and intervention with TA and 1:1 tuition.

Differentiated learning focused to meet needs of individuals

Able pupils are challenged to progress and achieve with deep learning and understanding at the end of each key stage.

Emotional support programmes implemented when needed, e.g. ELSA & Rainbows.

In year maths progress KS2 and phonics KS1 highlighted on the SDP 2015-16.

(priorities reviewed September 2016)

Computing hardware purchase to support learning strategies.

 

Impact of PPG Spending

Previous Performance of pupils receiving Pupil Premium Grant (FSM)

3 pupils received PPG in 2015–2016 KS2 cohort.

 

KS2 SATS

% pupils achieving level 4+ in Reading Writing and Maths = 0%

Expected Progress from KS1 - KS2

% pupils making expected progress in reading = 0%

% pupils making expected progress in writing = 100%

% pupils making expected progress in maths = 100%

KS2 (Teacher Assessment)

% Pupils achieving ARE in Reading, Writing and Maths = 100% 

 

Reading 100% (National 48%) Writing 67% (National 36%) Maths 67% (National 42%) 

 

Value Added

                     2012    2013    2014    2015    2016

School          98.5    100.1   100.7    99.5     (not yet known)

National       99.7    99.8      99.7     99.8     (not yet known)

 

KS1 SATS

1 pupil received PPG in 2015-2016 KS1 cohort.

 

ARE in Reading Writing and Maths = 100%

% Pupils making expected progress in reading = 100%

% Pupils making expected progress in writing = 100%

% Pupils making expected progress in maths = 100%

Year 1 Phonics Screening

0 pupil received PPG in 2015-2016 Year 1 cohort.