Pupil Premium

Christ Church CE Primary School achieves outstanding outcomes for children eligible for Pupil Premium.

Academic Year 2018/19

For the year 2018/19 we received approximately £145,000.

Our main objectives during this year were:

  • End of Key Stage FFT Aspire Pupil Premium predictions are met for Pupil Premium children, especially at Greater Depth.
  • All children to make at least expected progress in English and Maths.
  • Identified children, especially boys, make accelerated progress in Year 3.
  • SEND FSM6 pupils make continue to make accelerated progress towards the attainment of their non SEND peers.
  • Children in KS1 and 2 have a wider vocabulary and range of experiences.
  • Enrich pupil experiences to impact on quality of English, Maths and problem solving.

Our outcomes from 2018/19 showed:

  • In Key Stage 2 our Pupil Premium children significantly outperformed national and Birmingham averages for attainment.
  • In Key Stage 2 with Maths and Writing, the Pupil Premium group closed the gap with non Pupil Premium children in school and exceeded their results.
  • 90% of Pupil Premium children passed the Year 1 phonics screening test, an increase of 7% since 2017/2018.
  • In Reception 100% of disadvantaged pupils achieved GLD.
  • In Key Stage 1, disadvantaged pupils performed better than non PP pupils as well as out performing disadvantaged children in Birmingham. In all subjects, in Birmingham, PP children closed the gap on the non PP group.

What was the money spent on?

Note: Due to the difference between academic year strategic planning in schools and financial year Pupil Premium allocation, there may be a difference between the sum of costs below and the total PP allocated.

  • Staffing - £99,983 (including extra teachers, teaching assistants, a Learning/Behaviour Mentor, Breakfast Club staff).
  • Resources - £4326 (such as phonics resources and updated guided reading books).
  • Services - £5,358 (reading interventions, online IT systems).
  • Curriculum Enrichment - £2,397 (Breakfast Club and Educational Visits and visitors into school).
  • Training - £1,642 (Services For Education, whole staff inset training on closing the gender gap).

Objectives for 2019/20

We have reflected on the outcomes from 2018/19 and looked at the prior attainment of our pupils and have devised the following objectives for the coming academic year. These will be reviewed periodically. For detailed information please see our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement below.

  • FFT Aspire targets at the end of Key Stage 2 are met for Pupil Premium children, especially at Greater Depth.
  • All children to make at least expected progress in English and Maths.
  • Identified pupils, especially boys, make accelerated progress in Year 3.
  • The achievement of SEND FSM6 children continues to be accelerated towards the attainment of their non SEND peers.
  • Children across the school have a wider vocabulary and range of experiences.
  • Enrich pupil experiences to impact on quality of English, Maths, problem solving and enhance their ‘cultural capital’.

EYFS Pupil Premium

In 2019/2020, EYFS have an allocation of £2218, which includes a carry forward from the previous academic year where 100% of ‘Pupil Premium’ Reception pupils achieved a ‘Good Level of Development’. This year, EYFS are focusing this funding on further developing their outdoor learning environment to support skills in English.

Reports

All reports are pdf files.