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St Francis Xavier's RC Primary School

‘The Spirit of God Shines in Our Hearts'

Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium at St. Francis Xavier's School

 

The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

 

Pupil Premium funding is monitored by the governors.

 

Academic Year 2015-2016

 

Amount awarded: £43190

Team teaching one morning a week in Year 3 to enable smaller group work to enhance effective feedback to correct misconceptions.

Team teaching two mornings a week in Year 6 to enable smaller group work to enhance effective feedback to correct misconceptions.

Additional hours by teachers and teaching assistants to support teaching and learning providing immediate effective feedback to promote rapid gains in learning.

Educational visits support.

Music and external tuition.

After school provision and external activities to include Kumon maths.

Pastoral support.

 

Academic Year 2014-2015

Amount awarded: £39256

Staffing

Assessment leader – working with pupils on 1 to 1 basis in addition to rigorous monitoring on progress and attainment of pupil premium children

Intervention Programmes  - Read,Write Inc, Springboard, Behaviour and Social Group work, Teacher talking, Talkboost

One to one tuition by teachers and teaching assistants for curriculum reinforcement and challenge for most able.

Instrumental music lessons

Group intervention groups by TAs

One to one teaching in music by TA

Extra-curricular support

Wider opportunities and experiences i.e. after school activities

After school tuition

Funding of school trips and activities to support the inclusion of all children

 

Impact for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding

Results 2015

80% pupils made expected progress in reading

40% pupils more than expected progress in reading

80% pupils made expected progress in writing

40% pupils made more than expected progress in writing

60% pupils made expected progress in maths

20% pupils made more than expected progress in maths

 

Results 2014

68% pupils made expected progress in reading

21% pupils more than expected progress in reading

68% pupils made expected progress in writing

18% pupils made more than expected progress in writing

68% pupils made expected progress in maths

25% pupils made more than expected progress in maths

 

Results 2013

100% pupils made expected progress in reading

50% pupils made more than expected progress in reading

75% pupils made expected progress in writing

50% pupils made more than expected progress in writing

100% pupils made expected progress in maths

25% pupils made more than expected progress in maths

 

 

 

 

 

 

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