Pupil Premium Report

The next Pupil Premium strategy review will take place in March 2017.

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2016/17

Item/projectCost
Objective
Proposed Outcome
Additional Teaching Assistants for Class support 1:1 and interventions throughout school
£18,586
Additional TA support has been allocated to work with pupils in receipt of PPG in years UEYFS, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
All children making good or better than expected progress.

Additional targeted support in the EYFS for pupil working below age- related expectation
Increase the number of pupils who make rapid progress across EYFS so that there are a greater number of pupils who attain age-related expectations by end of EYFS through the focussed family group teaching method.


Additional targeted support in Key Stage 1 in phonics for children working below age- related expectations.
All pupils in receipt of PPG to have mastered phonic, reading and spelling skills to prepare them for KS2
All children to pass the Year 1 phonics check in Year 1.
All children in Year 2 who have not previously passed the Year 1 phonics check to pass this year.


Additional targeted support each day for children working below age-related expectation in Key Stage Two.
All pupils in receipt of PPG to have mastered phonic, reading and spelling skills.
Sound Training purchased to support Key Stage 2.
£2,844Additional targeted support in phonics once a week for children working below age- related expectation in Key Stage Two.
All pupils in receipt of PPG to have mastered phonics skills.
Inspiring boys writing with Mike McGrother
£1400
To improve fine motor skills.
To inspire ideas and engage boys to develop a real passion for writing.
All pupils in receipt of PPG working with Mike to develop a real love for writing.
Monitoring of Pupil Premium Grant Spending half termly by Pupil Premium Co- ordinator.
£600 (Release time)
To regularly monitoring the spending of PPG and ensure best value for money.
Half termly report stating summary of actions and impact.
Future priorities identified
Year Five and Year Six subsidy of residential trips.
£1000
To enable pupils in receipt of PPG to widen their experiences and support the curriculum.
Children experience risk taking and a variety of new experiences.
Maths for the more able children in receipt of PPG
£325
To challenge those children identified as G&T in Maths through problem solving. Lunch time Abacus sessions available to challenge children.
Children making better than expected progress in Maths.
English for the more able children in receipt of PPG
£325To challenge those children identified as G&T in English through high quality challenging texts.
Children making better than expected progress in English.

Total PPG received£25,080
Total PPG expenditure
£25,080
PPG remaining£0

Pupil Premium 2015-2016 - Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 
186
Total number of pupils eligible for PPG
22
Amount of PPG received per pupil 
£1300 per child Service children receive £300 (3)
Total amount of PPG received
 £24,240


Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils
(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)
20142015
% of pupils making expected progress in English
100%
100%
% of pupils making expected progress in maths
100%
100%

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2015/16 (RAG RATED SEPTEMBER 2015)

Green – completed
Yellow – underway
Red – not started

Item/project Cost
Objective
Proposed Outcome
CPD for Teaching Assistants on 1:1 Phonics Training
£1000 
All staff working with children in receipt of PPG are trained on current Phonic teaching methods. 

All children making expected or better than expected progress in reading and writing at the end of Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.



Additional TA support has been allocated to work with pupils in receipt of PPG in years UEYFS, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6.  

All children making good or better than expected progress. Evidence seen in lesson observations, book scrutiny and pupil discussions.



Additional targeted support in the EYFS for pupil working below age-related expectation 

Increase the number of pupils who make rapid progress across EYFS so that there are a greater number of pupils who attain age-related expectations by end of EYFS.

Additional Teaching Assistants for Class support 1:1 and interventions throughout school 
£20,440 
Additional targeted support in Year three for phonics 

All pupils in receipt of PPG have mastered phonic, reading and spelling skills.



Additional targeted support each day for children working below age-related expectation in Key Stage Two. 

Individualised targeted support for Year Three and Year Six pupils three times per week.



Additional targeted support each day for children working below age-related expectation in Key Stage One. 

All pupils in receipt of PPG have mastered phonic, reading and spelling skills.

Purchase of resources for challenge high achieving pupils in receipt of PPG 
£400 
Additional targeted support each day for children working below age-related expectation in Key Stage Two. 

Children making better than expected progress in English.

Monitoring of Pupil Premium Grant Spending half termly by Pupil Premium Co-ordinator. 
£600 (Release time) 
To regularly monitoring the spending of PPG and ensure best value for money. 

Half termly report stating summary of actions and impact.Future priorities identified

Year Five and Year Six subsidy of residential trips. 
£600 
To enable pupils in receipt of PPG to widen their experiences and support the curriculum. 

Children experience risk taking and a variety of new experiences.

Assessment without Levels and recording significant learning. £1200 
To enable staff to log children’s achievements against the new national curriculum. 

Magical moments/ significant learning captured and teachers noting next steps


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