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St Andrew's CE VA Primary School

Together, we love, we learn, we shine.

Graves Street, Radcliffe,
Bury, M26 4GE

0161 723 2426

standrewsradcliffe@bury.gov.uk

Miss Wilson

  1. School Information
  2. Pupil Premium and Sports Premium
  3. Pupil Premium
  4. 2015/16

2015/16

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2015/16

Pupil Premium is funding received by schools for children who are or have been in the last 6 years entitled to free school meals, children who are looked after in care or for children who have a parent serving in the armed forces. The purpose of this funding is to support these groups of children in their education to ensure their attainment and progress does not fall behind that of their peers. At St Andrew’s CE VA Primary School we use this funding in a number of ways to ensure children are overcoming any potential barriers to learning.

There are 44 pupils eligible for pupil premium funding in 2015/16.

The school received £53840 funding to close the gaps for these pupils.

The following is a list of how the funding is being spent:

  •  A full time Inclusion Lead dedicated to removing barriers to learning for children within school
  •  Extra Teaching Assistant deployment to deliver intervention programmes
  •  Extra Teaching Assistant deployment to support Speech and Language Therapy programmes to support children’s speech and language development across school
  •  Extra Teaching Assistant deployment to enable smaller group teaching for reading and numeracy across school
  •  Targeted funding for school trips and visits
  •  Targeted funding for music lessons
  •  Targeted funding for uniform, PE kits and equipment
  •  Sports Coaches to enhance the curriculum and extra-curricular provision

  

Impact for 2015/16 Cohort pupils eligible to Pupil premium Funding

Phonics screening check

Year 1

83% pupils passed the Phonics Screening Check.

Year 2

33% pupils passed the Phonics Screening Re-Check.

End of KS1

Reading

50% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 67% of the whole cohort.

Writing

25% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 63% of the whole cohort.

Maths

50% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 67% of the whole cohort.

End of KS2

Reading

60% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 68% of the whole cohort.

Writing

60% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 84% of the whole cohort.

Mathematics

60% of the children were working at expected or above, compared to 81% of the whole cohort.

Reading, Writing & Maths combined

60% of the children were working at expected or above in the three subjects combined, compared to 68% of the whole cohort.