About Our School

 

Pupil Premium 2013/2014

 

Impact of Pupil Premium

End of Key Stage 2 (2013-2014)

 

The sum of money we received for Pupil Premium in 2013-2014 was £48,000

 

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

 

  • Interventions using targeted Teaching Assistant Support;

  • Curriculum enrichment opportunities;

  • Extra curricular activities;

  • Subsidised music provision;

  • Pastoral Support for families;

  • Breakfast facilities

  • Family Learning

  • Parent Workshops

Overall impact of the use of Pupil Premium (2013-14)

 

 

All disadvantaged pupils at the end of KS2 2014 made at least expected progress in all subjects and better than expected progress in at least one subject.

 

This is the result of well targeted support and intervention which is focused on meeting individual needs.

 

Further use of pupils premium to subsidise enrichment activities has ensured that all pupils in all year groups are equal and fully included in the wider life of the school.

 

Support for our vulnerable families through our pastoral support worker has provided:

  • Family stability;

  • Continued improved pupil attendance;

  • Increased pupil self esteem and confidence.

 

Subsidised breakfast facilities continue to improve the attendance and punctuality of targeted pupils.  Improved progress and achievement through small group or 1:1 support delivered outside of the school day has resulted in outstanding progress for our disadvantaged pupils.  (Breakfast Club/Homework Club)

 

We are delighted to have received a Pupil Premium Award which recognises and celebrates our highly effective use of this funding in providing the best possible life chances for our disadvantaged pupils.

 

Our Pupil Premium Funding for 2014-15 is £53,100

Key Stage 1 → Key Stage 2 Value Added
2013-2014
Overall Mathematics Reading Writing
SJBNatSJBNatSJBNatSJBNat
Disadvantaged Pupils
(6 pupils)
100.799.7100.599.7101.999.799.799.8
Other Pupils
(19 pupils)
101.2100.1102.0100.1101.4100.0099.3100.0
Average Point Scores
2013-2014
Overall Mathematics Reading Writing SPAG
SJBNatSJBNatSJBNatSJBNatSJBNat
Disadvantaged Pupils
(6 pupils)
30.327.030.027.232.027.529.026.231.026.9
Other Pupils
(19 pupils)
30.229.430.829.831.129.727.928.630.529.4
Achieving Expected Progress
2013-2014
Mathematics Reading Writing
SJBNat
Non CLA/FSM
SJBNat
Non CLA/FSM
SJBNat
Non CLA/FSM
Disadvantaged Pupils
(6 pupils)
100.085.0100.088.0100.090.0
Other Pupils
(19 pupils)
100.091.0100.092.0100.094.0
Pupil Premium 2013-2014

Individual Progress in Reading, Writing and Maths
Pupil Progress in Reading Progress in Writing Progress in Maths Support and Intervention Strategies
A
  • FSM
  • Single parent
  • Social mobility (Housing)
  • Family well-being
Level 3c → 5b
7 sub levels progress
Level 3c → 5b
7 sub levels progress
Level 3c → 5a
8 sub levels progress
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • After school clubs
B
  • FSM
  • Single parent
  • Unemployment
  • Social mobility (Housing)
  • Family well-being
Level 3c → 5c
6 sub levels progress
Level 3c → 5c
6 sub levels progress
Level 3c → 5a
8 sub levels progress
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • After school clubs
C
  • Family breakdown / dynamics
  • Non-traditional family unit
  • Domestic violence
  • Social Care involvement
  • Unemployment
  • Poverty
  • Social mobility (Housing)
Level 1a → 5c
10 sub levels progress
Level 1a → 4b
8 sub levels progress
Level 2c → 4b
7 sub levels progress
  • Breakfast facilities
  • After school clubs
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • Pastoral Support Worker
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
  • Small group reading sessions, 4x 30 mins per week (12 week block prior to the start of the school day)
D
  • Ever6
  • Family breakdown
  • Family well-being
  • Social mobility (Housing)
Level 2b → 4a
7 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4b
6 sub levels progress
Level 2b → 4b
6 sub levels progress
  • After school clubs
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • Small group reading sessions, 4x 30 mins per week (12 week block prior to the start of the school day)
  • Pastoral Support offered but declined
E
  • FSM
  • Family breakdown
  • History of family mental health problems
  • Social mobility (Housing)
Level 3c → 5c
6 sub levels progress
Level 2a → 4a
6 sub levels progress
Level 2a → 5c
7 sub levels progress
  • Attendance monitoring
  • Breakfast facilities
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
  • Pastoral Support Worker
F
  • FSM
  • Family/emotional well-being
  • Very difficult family breakdown
  • Social care involvement
  • Unemployment
  • Poverty
  • Social mobility (housing)
  • Family Mental Health issues
Level 2c → 5c
9 sub levels progress
Level 2c → 4b
7 sub levels progress
Level 1a → 4a
9 sub levels progress
  • Breakfast facilities
  • After school clubs
  • Subsidised educational trips/residential week.
  • Pastoral Support Worker
  • Homework Club 2x 1 hour per week at the end of the school day.
  • Small group reading sessions, 4x 30 mins per week (12 week block prior to the start of the school day)