What is Pupil Premium?
Pupil premium is money given to the school by the Government. The amount of money a school receives is based upon the amount of children on Free School Meals (FSM), Looked After Children and children of families in the Armed Forces. The money has to be used to support the development of these children in ways in which the school feels is most beneficial.
How is the funding used?
St Cuthbert's Catholic Primary School seeks to ensure the effectiveness of its use of the Pupil Premium. We recognise that barriers to achievement take a variety of forms and look for individual ways to support each child to achieve their very best. We do this by offering our children a wide range of opportunities and ensuring that these are accessible for everyone. We work with our families and colleagues to make sure everyone has high aspirations for all pupils.
Amount of funding
For the financial year 2014-2015 the school received £110,400
For the financial year 2015-2016 the school received £102,222
For the financial year 2016-2017 the school received £103,540
For the Financial year 2017-2018 the school received £99,000
Our Pupil Premium funding for 2015-2016 (financial year) was spent:
- A full time class teacher
- KS1 Intervention/Booster Teacher - 2 days a week (until September 2016)
- KS2 Intervention/Booster Teacher - 1 days a week
- Speech and Language Therapist - 1 day a week
- Parent and Pupil Support Worker - 3 days a week
- Play Therapist - 1/2 a day a week
- Additional booster sessions after school for pupils.
- EYFS Consultancy fees
In addition to the input on staffing we have also used Pupil Premium to:
- Reduce cost of School Trips (Theatre Trips, Retreat Days, Educational Centres)
- Subsidised the cost of the Year 6 residential trip to Condover Hall
- Supplied Attendance Awards
- Supported families with transport to school
- Supported families in outside learning
IMPACT STATEMENT Pupil Premium Data St. Cuthbert's 2014-2015
School data shows that our Pupil Premium children outperform Pupil Premium children nationally and that the gap between Pupil Premium children and non-Pupil Premium children is closing within the school by the end of KS2.
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