Pupil Premium Data Publication 2012-13 academic year

St. Mary’s C. of E. VA Primary School

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on roll 33
Number of pupils benefitting from PPG 11 + 2 service
Total amount of PPG received (£) £7976

 

Summary of PPG spending 2012/13
Objectives in spending PPG:

To ensure that all children regardless of need make good progress and achieve their full potential.

The PPG will help to ensure that by the end of year 6 children in receipt of this will achieve at a level of attainment comparable to other children in school

 

Summary of spending and actions taken for 2012-13 academic year:

IPC – International Primary Curriculum has been purchased. It has been proven that boys particularly learn in a more practical way and IPC is very good for enhancing this. IPC provides a stimulating, motivating curriculum for all children helping them to gain an understanding of their role within our global society

Personalised learning: purchase of laptop computers for all children and laptops for school home loan to PPG children

Subscription to Education City – for use during and after school.

Purchase of Bug Club e-reading at home and at school.

Supporting parents with the provision of school uniform

 

Outcomes to date:

Data shows that children achieve excellent results by the end of Key Stage 2 with 78% achieving Level 4B+ in English and Maths. At Level 4 and above, the data shows that children in receipt of PPG achieve at a similar level to other children in school and to children nationally

Planned spending and actions for 2013-14 academic year:

Pupil Premium amount for 2013 – 2014 = £9300

Subscription to My Maths to support maths learning at home

Purchase of Nooks to support reading for Pupil Premium children

Full time teaching staff for two classes partly funded

Continued subscription to Bug Club e-reading scheme

Continue to use the IPC to inspire and motivate children