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St. Nicholas' Church of England (VC) Primary School

St Nicholas Church of England Primary School

OFSTED SAYS:

"The school promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well through its strong links with the community and local church."

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Pupil Premium Grant

The purpose of the Pupil Premium Grant is to ensure that eligible children make good progress and to close the gap between these pupils and their peers. 

St. Nicholas C of E Primary School

Pupil Premium Grant 2015/2016: Summary

22 pupils @ £1320

PP Grant Received:                         £29040.00

 

3 pupils @ £1900

Post-LAC Grant Received:              £5700.00

 

Total Received:                            £34740.00

 Total Spent:                                £27720.00

Carried Forward:                          £7572.00

Expenditure

Classroom Support:                       £27720.00           

Education Support provided through the Pupil Premium Grant - 2015-2016

  • Intervention groups are funded and run by learning support assistants to further support vulnerable learners in Maths and English during the school day.
  • An early morning Gym Trail takes place weekly to support the physical and social development of vulnerable pupils.
  • An early morning Yoga class takes place weekly to support the physical and social development of vulnerable pupils.
  • Specific financial support is allocated to allow pupil premium funded children access a range of learning enrichment activities such as: after school clubs, music lessons, singing lessons, swimming lessons and field trips. 
  • The funding has ensured that every class is supported by at least one part-time learning support assistant to provide additional support to vulnerable learners in acquiring Maths and English skills.
  • Learning Support Assistants who have received training in specific intervention strategies are released to support and boost individuals or small groups. 
  • Programmes have been sourced to meet identified needs and to support personalised learning.
  • Funding has enabled LSA's to receive training for Understand ASD, developing motor skills (Gym Trail) and Understanding Dyslexia.
  • Most classes are small to support vulnerable children. 

 

 

Pupil Premium Grant 2016/2017: Summary

21 pupils @ £1320

PP Grant Received:                         £27720.00

PP Grant C/Fwd from 2015/2016:      £7572.00

 Total Available:                             £35292.00

Total Spent:                                   £29445.31

C/Fwd to 2017/2018:                       £5846.69

 

Expenditure

Classroom Support and 1:1 Tuition:  £27149.76

Trips & afterschool clubs:                  £1418.50

Equipment:                                        £877.05      

 

Education Support provided through the Pupil Premium Grant - 2016-2017

  • Intervention groups are funded and run by learning support assistants to further support vulnerable learners in Maths and English during the school day.
  • An early morning Gym Trail takes place weekly to support the physical and social development of vulnerable pupils.
  • An early morning Yoga class takes place weekly to support the physical and social development of vulnerable pupils.
  • Specific financial support is allocated to allow pupil premium funded children access a range of learning enrichment activities such as: after school clubs, music lessons, singing lessons, swimming lessons and field trips. 
  • The funding has ensured that every class is supported by at least one part-time learning support assistant to provide additional support to vulnerable learners in acquiring Maths and English skills.
  • Learning Support Assistants who have received training in specific intervention strategies are released to support and boost individuals or small groups. 
  • Phonics: Success For All has been purchased to support children needing additional help in Phonics.
  • Programmes have been sourced to meet identified needs and to support personalised learning.
  • Most classes are small to support vulnerable children. 

 

 

OUR RESULTS 2014-2015

OUR PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT STATEMENT 2013-2014

OUR PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT STATEMENT 2014-2015