Latest News:

PHONICS COFFEE MORNING THIS WEDNESDAY!

St Thomas of Canterbury School

Pupil premium grant expenditure
2015/16

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

210

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (inc. leavers)

20

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£26,400

Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

 
 

2015

2016

 

% of pupils making expected progress in English

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 82%

23% made more than expected progress

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 90%

30% made more than expected progress

1 child made slow progress due to the level of SEN (EHCP)

 

% of pupils making expected progress in maths

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 82%

18% made more than expected progress

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 90%

15% made more than expected progress

2 children made slow progress due to the level of SEN (inc. 1 EHCP)

 

Summary of PPG spending 2015/16

Objectives in spending PPG:

· Emotional support via counselling, play therapy and circle time

· English and maths support groups – all year groups

· Speaking & listening programmes – KS1

· Occupational therapy – KS1

· Gifted and Talented Maths – KS2

Summary of spending and actions taken:

· £2319 Emotional support

· £27,740.71 English & maths support

· £706.71 Speaking & listening programmes

· £391.56 Fine motor skills & OT

Total spend: £31,157.98 (overspend of £4757.98)

Outcomes to date:

· 10 children received emotional support in-house and through an outside-agency counsellor and have made good progress emotionally.

· 15 children received support in English and maths; most made at least expected progress and some made more.

· 2 children (both from the same family) are working on speaking and listening or speech and language programmes; 1 is making steady progress and the other good progress.

· Child with EHCP is making slow but steady progress.

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2015/16

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

External counselling support

£2184

6 children supported throughout KS 1 & 2, all with complex emotional needs beyond school’s ability to support

All have shown the benefits in their behaviour and in their academic progress.

Circle time/small group emotional support

£135

3 children supported within school with emotional difficulties

See above.

English & maths support: comprehension, basic writing, basic literacy, Sound Linkage, Springboard (maths), reading support

£27,740.71

15 children throughout KS1 & 2 supported either individually or in small groups: objective is for these pupils to maintain same level of progress as their peers

Most pupils have made either the same level of progress as, or better than, their peers.

Speaking and listening/speech & language programmes

£706.71

2 children supported, 1 with a higher level of SEN

Both making very good progress in small steps.

LAC

£3890.25

1-1 support, 15 hours per week

Making good progress until left the school because of adoption.

Total PPG received

£26,400

Total PPG expenditure

£31157.90

PPG remaining

-£4757.98


St Thomas of Canterbury School

Pupil premium grant expenditure
2016/17

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

240

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG (inc. leavers)

16

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG received

£21,120

Previous performance of disadvantaged pupils

(pupils eligible for free school meals or in local authority care for at least six months)

 
 

2015

2016

 

% of pupils making expected progress in English

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 90%

30% made more than expected progress.

1 child made slow progress due to the level of SEN (EHCP)

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 87.5%

6.25% made more than expected progress.

2 children made slow progress due to the level of SEN (inc. 1 EHCP)

 

% of pupils making expected progress in maths

Most FSM in both key stages made expected progress – 75%

6.25% made more than expected progress

2 children made slow progress due to the level of SEN (inc. 1 EHCP)

 

Summary of PPG spending 2016/17

Objectives in spending PPG:

· Emotional support via counselling, play therapy and circle time

· English and maths support groups – all year groups

· Speaking & listening programmes – KS1

· Occupational therapy – KS1

· Gifted and Talented Maths – KS2

· Swimming funding

· Residential trip funding

Summary of spending and actions taken:

· £1,257 Emotional support

· £17,835.22 English & maths support

· £299.07 Speaking & listening programmes

· £135.52 Fine motor skills & OT

· £340.20 Swimming

· £1,175 Residential trip

Total spend: £21,042.01 (underspend of £77.99)

Outcomes to date:

· 5 children received emotional support in-house and through an outside-agency counsellor and have made good progress emotionally.

· 14 children received support in English and maths; most made at least expected progress and some made more.

· 2 children (both from the same family) worked on speaking and listening or speech and language programmes; 1 made steady progress and the other good progress.

· Child with EHCP is making slow but steady progress.

· 5 children have received financial support towards a residential trip.

· 6 children have received financial support with swimming.

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2016/17

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

External counselling support

£1248

4 children supported throughout KS 1 & 2, all with complex emotional needs beyond school’s ability to support

All have shown the benefits in their behaviour and in their academic progress.

Circle time/small group emotional support

£9

1 children supported within school with emotional difficulties

See above.

English & maths support: comprehension, basic writing, basic literacy, Sound Linkage, Springboard (maths), reading support

£17,835.22

14 children throughout KS1 & 2 supported either individually or in small groups: objective is for these pupils to maintain same level of progress as their peers

Most pupils have made either the same level of progress as, or better than, their peers.

Speaking and listening/speech & language programmes

£299.07

2 children supported, 1 with a higher level of SEN

Both making very good progress in small steps.

Swimming

£340.20

Support family with cost of weekly swimming

Children attending swimming and absence on these days reduced.

Residential trip (June 2017)

£1,175

Enable pupils to attend the residential trip; building teamwork, confidence, personal skills

Trip takes place in June 2017 (outcomes recorded on 2017-18 document

Total PPG received

£21,120

Total PPG expenditure

£21,042.01

PPG remaining

£77.99