Additional Revenue 2013/14

Additional Revenue 2013/14
Pupil Premium

This year the school will receive £ 115,200 generated by children who receive or have received free school meals .St. Johns uses this allocation to support the education and learning of all our children. This is how this year’s allocation will be spent:

• The school employs 5 additional teaching assistants who hear children read every day and support PP groups for literacy, reading and maths.
• From April to September an additional KS2 teacher was employed to keep class sizes in KS2 to 21-23.
• Additional hours are given to support staff in Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and 2 to help small group work of target pupils.
• Specialist PE coaches/staff provide after school/lunch time clubs.
• The school provides enrichment opportunities to aid speaking and listening and widen children’s experiences, through the provision of ‘Wow’ days each half term.
• St. Johns subsidises all educational visits, as these experiences are crucial to learning.
• The Y6 French residential visit is subsidised by 75%.
• Counselling services are bought in for individual pupils and mentoring.
• The school subsidises the breakfast club by 75% so children have a good start to the learning day.
• The school provide additional specialist 1 to1, small group support in Y5 and Y6 in preparation for transition and SATs.
• The school provides equipment/resources to help pupils.
• Additional after school free visits are provided to help prioritise good attendance/behaviour.
• The school has purchased a scooter storage area, an out-door stage area/music area and play equipment in Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1/2 to help co-operative play.
• The school is providing 3 holiday sports clubs during school holidays and subsidising the Active Families course.
• The school is funding a free PE/fitness day for KS2 pupils and an adventure literacy day for KS1and adventure walk for reception pupils.
• The school is providing a free theatre visit for Y5 and Y6 pupils to aid literacy.
• The school is purchasing additional laptops/ICT resources for children. Measuring the impact of Pupil premium.

Additional Revenue 2013/14
Sports Funding

Under the government Olympic legacy, primary schools have been allocated approximately £8000 to develop physical education.

St Johns is spending this allocation on the following:

• Employing a PE coach to work alongside staff to develop practice one morning a week.
• Prioritising professional development for staff to raise competence and confidence in delivering P.E. through courses and supply cover.
• A whole school training day on gymnastics training by Val Sabin
• Buying into the Stoke Partnership to enable children to take part in competitions and shows e.g. Y2 dance show at the Victoria Hall and indoor athletics at Northwood.
• Purchasing an outdoor table tennis table for older pupils to use daily and quality PE resources
• Providing extra swimming lessons for Y6 pupils.

In addition the school provided additional specialist equipment: gymnastics mats and equipment was prioritised this year and P.E. equipment for all lessons and sports clubs from the school budget.

   Impact of Pupil Premium -2013
  (Pupil Premium Data)
Key Stage 2

Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools to address inequalities between pupils in receipt of free school meals (F.S.M) and their peers. The amount of money a school receives is based on the number of pupils in school, who are eligible for F.S.M. when the annual census is taken in January. In 2012 the categorisation changed and pupils are classed as F.S.M. if they have been eligible and claiming for F.S.M. at any time in the last 6 years.

Percentage of Key Stage 2 (Y6) pupils achieving levels 4 and above – 2013

Group

Grammar

Writing

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St Johns

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM

75%

62%

85%

92%

64%

92%

78%

Non FSM

86%

79%

90%

86%

81%

86%

89%

All

79%

74%

89%

89%

85%

89%

86%

 

Percentage of Key Stage 2 (Y6) pupils achieving levels 5 and above – 2012

Group

Grammar

Writing

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St Johns

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM

42%

34%

0%

25%

27%

75%

30%

Non FSM

71%

53%

11%

57%

47%

57%

51%

All

53%

47%

11%

68%

44%

68%

44%

In   2013- 8 out of 19 pupils (42%) were Pupil Premium pupils
95% made 2 levels of progress in English
95% made 2 levels of progress in Maths
89% achieved level 4 in English and Maths – (national 76%)
1 FSM pupil achieved level 6 in Maths and 16% in total achieved level 6 in Maths

Key Stage 1

Average points score of Key Stage 1 pupils 2013

Group

Writing

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM

13-2C

14.4 2C

15.0 -2B

13.2-2C

14.7 -2C

14.6-2C

Non FSM

   13.8-2C

16.4-2B

15.7-2B

15.2-2B

16.1-2B

16.4-2B

All

   13.6-2C

15.5 -2B

15.5-2B

In 2013 22 out of 45 in Y2 (47%) of pupils were Pupil Premium pupils

Percentage of  Year 1 achieving expected standards in the Phonic screening check

Group

St. John’s

National

FSM

                                75%                                  45%

Non FSM

                                66%                                  62%

All

                                68%

In 2013 – 20 out of 45 in Y1 (44%) of pupils were Pupil Premium pupils