Pupil Premium 
An Overview from 2013-2017 

 

 

What is it?

 

The Pupil Premium is funding allocated to children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals in both mainstream and non-mainstream settings and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months. The purpose of the Pupil Premium is to help support those students from low income families to ensure that they make progress at an equal rate to their peers.

 

Is my child entitled to Free School Meals?

 

To be eligible you must be receiving one of the following:

 

  • income support or income-based Job Seekers Allowance;

  • Child Tax Credit;

  • Pension Guarantee Credit;

  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance;

  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.

 

 The relevant forms to apply can be found at:

http://www.essex.gov.uk/Education-Schools/Schools/Pupil-Parent-Support/Pages/Healthy-Living-School-Meals.aspx

 

Pupil Premium Grant for the Financial Year 2013-14 

 

Students currently on the school roll that fall into each category:

 

                                    Reception       Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5       Year 6 

Number on Roll              26                 30             24             29            30             30             31

% FSM                          8%                10%          17%          14%          7%            7%          23%

No CiC                           -                    -               -                -              -               -               -   

 

 

Funding 2013-14

 

For the financial year 2013-14, the school will receive £900 per eligible pupil giving an estimated total grant of £25,200. Planned spending for 2013/2014 of the Pupil Premium Grant and the expected impact is as follows:

 

 

 

Project/Activity/Intervention                                        Cost

 

1:1 Support for English & Mathematics                               £13, 200.00

 

Mathematics Intervention Program                                     £4, 272.00

 

Lunchtime Homework Support                                           £331.00

 

Additional Learning Support                                               £1, 328.00

 

Enrichment & Enhancement                                               £3, 852.00

 

School Uniform                                                                 £133.00

 

Brentwood Catholic Childrens Society

Counselling & Family Support                                             £2, 084.00

 

Total                                                                                 £25, 200.00

 

 

Funding 2014-15

 

For the financial year 2014-15, the school is due to receive £1300 per eligible pupil (26) giving a grant of £33,800 plus £1,900 for a Child in Care, giving a total grant of £35,700. Projected spending for the year 2014 / 2015 of the Pupil Premium Grant and the expected impact is as follows:

 

 

Project/Activity/Intervention                                         Cost

      

 

Support for English & Mathematics by QTS                           £25, 447

 

Numicon Intervention Program                                            £2, 190

 

Additional Learning Support time                                         £2, 934

 

Enrichment & Enhancement                                                 £1, 799

 

Brentwood Catholic Childrens Society                                   £2, 563

Counselling & Family Support 

 

Well Being Learning Mentors                                                £2, 596

 

Reading Resources                                                              £2,407

 

Total                                                                                   £39, 936

                                                           

                                                           Overspend             £4, 236

 

 

Funding 2015-16

 

For the financial year 2015-16, the school is due to receive £1,320 per eligible pupil (21) giving a grant of £27, 720 plus £1, 900 for a Child in Care, giving a total grant of £29, 620. Projected spending for the year 2015/2016 of the Pupil Premium Grant and the expected impact is as follows:

 

Project/Activity/Intervention                                          Cost

   

 

Support for English & Mathematics by QTS                           £25, 952

 

Additional Learning Support time                                         £2, 663

 

Enrichment Opportunities                                                    £500

 

IT Resources                                                                      £1, 000

 

Brentwood Catholic Childrens Society                                   £2, 628

Counselling & Family Support 

 

Well Being Learning Mentors                                                £2, 805

 

 

Total                                                                                   £35, 548

                                                           

                                                         Overspend               £5, 928

 

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School monitors the progress of all pupils and strategies are put in place to support any that are identified as underperforming.

 

 

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2013-2014

 

50% (I child = 50%) of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium achieved the Good Level of Development (GLD) at Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS).

 

100% of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium reached the standard for the phonic check.

 

At the end of Key Stage 1, 75% (1 child = 25%) of the pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium attained the national end of year expectation or better in Reading and Writing. In Mathematics 50% achieved the end of year expectation or better.

 

100% of those in receipt of Pupil Premium who have attended the school since Reception have achieved the end of year expectation in Reading, Mathematics and Writing. 50% of which exceeded the expectation.

 

In 2014, 100% of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium attained Level 4 or above in Reading. 43% of which attained Level 5. 86% attained Level 4 or above in Mathematics and 71% achieved Level 4 or above in Writing. In Reading, 100% of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium made at least expected progress. 71% of these pupils made outstanding progress from Key Stage 1. In Mathematics and Writing, 86% made expected progress or better. In the above analysis for end of Key Stage 2, 1 child = 14.3%.

 

 

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2014-2015

 

50% (1 child = 50%) of pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) at Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS).

 

At the end of Key Stage 1, 100% (1 child = 33%) of the pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding attained at least the national end of year expectations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

 

At the end of Key Stage 2, 100% (1 child = 50%) of pupils in receipt of funding attained at least Level 4B or above in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

 

In Reading, 100% of pupils in receipt of funding made at least expected progress, with 100% making good progress.

 

In Writing, 100% of pupils made at least expected progress, with 50% making outstanding progress and 50% making good progress.

 

In Mathematics, 100% made good progress.

 

In the above analysis for the end of Key Stage 2, 1 child = 50%.

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2015-2016

 

Key Stage 1 – Phonics Score

In Year 1, 50% (1 child = 50%) of children in receipt of pupil premium funding reached the expected standard in the Phonics Screening Check.

 

Key Stage 1

At the end of Key Stage 1, 66.7% (1 child = 33.3%) of the pupils in receipt of pupil premium funding attained at least age related expectations (A.R.E) in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

 

In writing and Science, 100% achieved age related expectations, with 66.7% reaching A.R.E in Mathematics and Reading.

 

In Mathematics 66.7% were working at greater depth within the expected standard.

 

Key Stage 2

At the end of Key Stage 2, 100% (1 child = 25%) of pupils in receipt of funding attained at least age related expectations in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

 

In Reading, 100% of pupils in receipt of funding attained age related expectations, with the average progress = +4.

 

In Writing, 100% of pupils in receipt of funding attained age related expectations, with the average progress = +1.

 

In Mathematics, 100% of pupils in receipt of funding attained age related expectations, with the average progress = +0.3.

 

 

 

CONTACT US

St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Trinity Square

South Woodham Ferrers

Chelmsford

CM3 5JX

 

Email: admin@st-josephspri.essex.sch.uk

Tel: 01245 321828

Fax: 01245 321 795

 

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