About Our School

 

Pupil Premium 2011/2012

 

 

 

Pupil Premium is a sum of money allocated to schools for pupils that are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years.

 

The purpose of Pupil Premium is to address inequalities by closing the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers.

 

The sum of money we received for Pupil Premium in 2011-2012 was £19,520

 

At St. John Bosco School, Pupil Premium was used to provide:

  • Interventions using targeted Teaching Assistant Support;
  • Targeted reading and phonics development and purchase of resources;
  • Curriculum enrichment opportunities;
  • Extra curricular activities;
  • Subsidised music provision;
  • Pastoral Support for families;
  • Breakfast facilities
Key Stage 1 → Key Stage 2 Value Added
2011-2012
Overall English Maths
SJBNatSJBNatSJBNat
FSM Pupils
(8 pupils)
101.2 99.7 100.7 99.7 101.6 99.7
Non FSM
(13 pupils)
100.4 100.0 100.4 100.0 100 100.8
Achieving Expected Progress
2011-2012
English Maths
SJBNatSJBNat
FSM Pupils
(8 pupils)
88%
*
90%
88%
*
89%
Non FSM
(13 pupils)
100% 90% 100% 89%
*FSM/CLA = 8 pupils
3/8 pupils = FSM and SEN = 36%

Impact of Pupil Premium

End of Key Stage 2 (2011-2012)

Pupil Premium 2011-2012

Individual Progress in Reading, Writing and Maths
Pupil Progress in Reading Progress in Writing Progress in Maths Support and Intervention Strategies
A* Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
Level 1 → 3a
6 sub levels progress
Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
  • Attendance Monitoring
  • Small group support
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
B Level 2a → 4a
6 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 5c
8 sub levels progress
Level 2a → 5c
7 sub levels progress
  • Breakfast facilities
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • After school clubs
C* Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
Level 1 → 3a
6 sub levels progress
Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
  • Small group support
  • After school clubs
D Level 2c → 4b
7 sub levels progress
Level 2c → 3a
5 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4a
7 sub levels progress
  • Breakfast facilities
  • After school clubs
  • Small group reading sessions, 4x 30 mins per week (12 week block prior to the start of the school day)
E Level 2b → 4a
7 sub levels progress
Level 2c → 4c
6 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4a
7 sub levels progress
  • Small group reading sessions, 4x 30 mins per week (12 week block prior to the start of the school day)
F* PIVATS Assessment P4 → Level 1 PIVATS Assessment P4 → P8 PIVATS Assessment P4 → Level 1
  • 1:1 Support
  • Breakfast facilities
  • Attendance monitoring
  • After School Clubs
G Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
Level 1 → 4c
7 sub levels progress
Level 2c → 4c
6 sub levels progress
  • Breakfast facilities
  • After School Clubs
  • Small group support
H Level 2b → 4b
6 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4b
6 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4a
7 sub levels progress
  • After School Clubs
  • Small group support
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
*SEN Pupils A = School Action C = School Action Plus F = Statement of SEN

Overall Impact of the Use of Pupil Premium (2011-2012)

 

  • Pupils experience a wider range of learning opportunities and this has helped to improve their confidence and learning capacity.
  • Overall average progress in Mathematics and English is in line with National expectations. This represents good progress as 36% of the pupil cohort are registered as SEN in addition to Pupil Premium.