St Pauls CE
Primary School

St Paul's Road
Withington
Manchester
M20 4PG

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Pupil Premium

 

The pupil premium has been paid to the school since April 2011. It has been allocated by the coalition government to children from lower-income families who are currently known to be eligible for free school meals (and from April 2012 for those who had free school meals at any stage in the last six years).

 

It is also paid to children who have been looked after or in care of the local authority for more than six months.


Pupil Premium Action Plan Academic Year 2017/2018


Number of Pupils and PPG Received


(PPG = Pupil Premium Grant)

 

Sept 2017 - April 2018

April 2018 - August 2018

Number of pupils on roll

352

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

74

 

Total amount of PPG recieved

£57,995

 

Total

 

 


The full action plan can be downloaded by clicking  here .  A summary is given below.


The final report for 2016/17 can be downloaded  here .


Summary


Pupil premium is allocated on a financial year; therefore the allocation cannot be completed until April 2018. The estimated costs below are based on 7/12 of the actual funding for the current year.

 

Summary of main barriers of pupils at St Pauls

There is no overwhelming evidence of one key barrier to learning for the pupils at St Pauls, individuals have personal barriers that are discussed at team meetings and SMT, provision is then put into place (see provision map) ensuring an individualised approach is taken. Support from experts and evidence from Sutton trust is used to ensure that the approach adopted has the greatest impact on individuals.  There are clear systems that ensure a whole school ethos is in place where every child is set challenging, individualised targets based on data and circumstance. The barriers that are more common come under the following headings: 


  • Educational experiences
  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Parental involvement
  • Poor literacy skills
  • Poor numeracy skills
  • Family circumstance 
  • Additional needs
  • Social and emotional (including self-esteem and resilience) 
  • EAL


Focus for 2017/2018

The cohorts at St Pauls vary in need as discussed above there maybe no overwhelming barrier that effects all our pupils in general, there is however certain cohorts that are a concern and need to have priority focus to ensure the difference is reduced. These cohorts are identified thorough close monitoring and are identified below. 


Year Group in

Sept 2017

Cohort

Information

Number of SEN

support in PPG

Points to consider

Focus Group

Nursery

Information to be analysed from baseline when numbers of PP confirmed. 

 

 

Inform pupil premium lead once assessment complete. 

Reception

100% of the cohort are emerging at the end of the first attainment therefore where they are expected.

0

 

Close monitoring

Year 1

Year 1 As a cohort the gap was the lowest in last 4 years when leaving EYFS

Gap at end of reception

GLD : -0.8%

PRIME: +10.5%

1

Pupils must be closely monitored to ensure the allocation is still used effectively to maintain the achievement and attainment of the PPG.

Close monitoring

Year 2

Biggest gap when leaving EYFS in the last 5 years.

39% GLD and

35% PRIME

0

 

High need

Year 3

Writing and Maths were the biggest gap in last 4 years.

Gap at KS1

Reading gap: 18%

Writing gap: 60%

Maths gap: 42%

3

 

High need

Year 4

As a cohort the gap was positive in all 3 areas when the pupils left KS1

Gap at KS1

Reading gap: +6%

Writing gap: +18%

Maths gap: +6%

1

Pupils must be closely monitored to ensure the allocation is still used effectively to maintain the achievement and attainment of the PPG.

Close monitoring

Year 5

All 3 areas are on the higher end of gaps and will be above national if maintained.

Gap at KS1

Reading gap: 35%

Writing gap: 21%

maths gap: 23%

3


High need

Year 6

There were gaps when leaving KS1 however on the lower end

KS1 gap 

Reading: 7%

Writing: 5%

Maths: 1%

4

There  has been high mobility (4 new, 1 of these on EHP)  in this year group and it’s the largest group of PP pupils in the school (18)  

New pupils high need




Pupil Premium Action Plan Academic Year 2016/2017


Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received


September 2016 - April 2017
7/12 of funding

April 2017 - August 2017

5/12 of funding

Total number of pupils on roll

352


Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

86

Total amount of PPG received

£64,266.12


Total




Pupil premium is allocated on a financial year, therefore the allocation can not be completed until April 2017. The estimated costs included in the report are based on 7/12 of the actual funding for the current year.

Summary of main barriers of pupils at St Paul's

There is no overwhelming evidence of on key barrier to learning for the pupils a St Paul's, individuals have personal barriers that are discussed at team meetings and SMT, provision is then put into place (see provision map) ensuring an individualised approach is taken. Support from experts and evidence from Sutton trust is used to ensure that the approach adopted has the greatest impact on individuals. There are clear systems that ensure a whole school ethos is in place where every child is set challenging, individualised targets based on data and circumstance. The barriers that are more common come under the following heads:

Education experiences
Attendance and punctuality
Parental involvement
Poor literacy skills
Poor numeracy skills
Family circumstance
Additional needs
Social and emotional (including self-esteem)
EAL


Report: Abi Lee October 2016
Download full report ...  Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016 2017

 


Pupil Premium Report Academic Year 2015/2016



Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) received


September 2015 - April 2016

7/12

April 2016 - August 2016

5/12

Total number of pupils on roll

352

351

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

93

86

Total amount of PPG received

£69,121

£45,904

Total


£115,025



Report: Abi Lee October 2016

Download full report ... Pupil Premium Final Report 2015 2016



Pupil Premium Report Academic Year 2014/2015

Report: Abi Lee October 2015

Download full report ...   report October 2015

 

Objective: To raise the achievement and attainment of PPG pupils and narrow / remove the gap between ever 6 pupils and non-ever six pupils and free school meal and non-free school meal pupils.

 

 

September 14 - March 15

7/12 of Funding

April 15 - August 15

5/12 of Funding

Total number of pupils on roll

354

352

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

74

93

Total amount of PPG received per pupil

£74,923

£48,906

Total

£122,581

 

 



Pupil Premium Report 2013-2014

 

 

September 13 - March 14

7/12 of funding

April 14 - August 14

5/12 of funding

Total number of pupils on roll

350

353

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

85

97

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£953

£1,300

Amount of PPG for looked after pupils and adopted

 

£5,400

Total amount of PPG received

£47,252

£52,625

Total

 

£99,877

 


 

 

Pupil Premium Report for 2012/13

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

352

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

92

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£623

Total amount of PPG received

£57,316

 

Pupil Premium Report 2012 2013  



Pupil Premium Report for 2011/2012

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

352

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

66

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£488

Total amount of PPG received

£32,208

 

 

Pupil Premium Parents Report 2011-12

 












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