Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure 2014/2015

Overview of the School

Pupil premium Grant information for St Chad’s

Total number of pupils on roll

201

Total amount received

£120,671

Reading progress across the school (Sept 13 – July 14) PP compared with non PP

 

Pupil Premium

Non PP

 

July 13

July 14

Pro

July 13

July 14

Pro

6

18.6

25.7

7.1

O

24.6

31.6

7

O

5

19.9

23.4

3.5

G

21.3

24.7

3.4

G

4

13.9

19

5.1

G

14.2

20.6

6.4

G

3

14.1

19.4

5.3

G

15.6

18.4

2.8

I

2

9.7

15.5

5.8

E

9.6

15.8

6.2

E

1

4.2

10.9

6.7

E

3.4

10.9

7.5

G

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing attainment across the school (Sept 13 – July 14)  PP compared with non PP

 

Pupil Premium

Non PP

 
 

July 13

July 14

Pro

July 13

July 14

Pro

6

14.4

22.1

7.7

O

21.4

29.8

8.4

O

5

18.6

23.4

4.8

G

19.5

24.2

4.7

G

4

13

18.1

5.1

G

15.6

19.7

4.1

E

3

15

18.8

3.8

E

13.8

17.9

4.1

E

2

8.2

14.3

6.1

E

8.6

14.8

6.2

E

1

4.2

10.5

6.3

E

3.4

10.5

7.1

E

               

Maths attainment across the school (Sept 13 – July 14)  PP compared with non PP

Pupil Premium

Non PP

July 13

July 14

Pro

July 13

July 14

Pro

 

18.2

25.1

6.9

O

24.6

31.6

7

O

 

19

23.2

4.2

G

19.9

23.9

4

E

 

13.2

18.7

5.5

G

16.1

19.9

3.8

E

 

14.6

18.4

3.8

E

14.7

18.3

3.6

E

 

8.3

15.4

7.1

E

8.9

15.7

6.8

E

 

3

10.7

7.7

G

3

10.5

7.5

G

 
               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E = Expected progress

G = Good progress 

O = Outstanding progress

 

Last Year’s performance for Y2 

 PP

All Pupils

Level 2b+ English Reading

90%

89.5%

Level 2b+ English Writing

80%

82.7%

Level 2b+ Maths

80%

86%

Key Stage Two performance

PP

All Pupils

Reading L4+

71%

86%

Writing L4+

35%

56%

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

50%

71%

Maths L4+

71%

86%

Key objectives for PPG spending

  • Support learning in the classroom so that all children make at least good progress
  • Address barriers to learning to support PP children in making good progress
  • Enrich provision beyond the curriculum and ensure that children experience the arts
  • Engage parents in their children’s learning

Summary of spending and actions taken

        Planned programmes that are developmentally appropriate, containing clear learning objectives. This has included work with the Learning Mentor, intervention at lunch or break times and phonic teaching

        We have employed an extra teacher to work alongside our SENCo in delivering the intervention programmes that she has bought in. These have been recommended by Dr Benjamin, our EP

        Training for a staff member to provide Forest School sessions

        Outside providers to run Forest School and Gardening sessions

        Sessions to provide Social and Emotional Support throughout the school. Fun Friends is a intervention that builds self-esteem and enables children to be better learners in class using the skills taught

        Intervention strategies implemented by TAs throughout the school aimed at ‘closing the gap’. Paired reading, daily phonics, Toe by Toe. We have also released TAs to support upper KS2 children with both Numeracy and Literacy

        Provision for extracurricular activities which target children to improve attitudes to learning.

        A programme of family learning in partnership with Birmingham LA with the aim of engaging parents in their child’s learning and providing support for families who don’t have English as a first language and no personal knowledge of the Curriculum in the UK

        Our Governors are committed to ensuring that all of our children experience a wide range of arts activities. Pupil Premium money is used to fund places to theatres, exhibitions and other arts based experiences giving our children a chance to enjoy the rich programme of events that take place all over the City. At the end of last year, our children performed to a live audience in the Cathedral

        We have a programme of high quality music teaching throughout the school. Each child will learn an instrument this year.

        We have begun a project this year called Bookshare. In Y1, every child will receive ten books each across the school year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the children and their families to treasure books that they can keep and keep enjoying.

Contact Details

St Chads R C Primary School
Hospital Street
Newtown
Birmingham
B19 3XD

Phone: 0121 464 6554