About Our School
Overall impact of the use of Pupil Premium (2015-16)
67% of pupils (6/9) made expected progress or better than expected progress from Key Stage 1.
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:
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)
Our Pupil Premium Funding for 2016-17 is £78,882
Previous Years' information:
Pupil Premium 2015/16
Impact of Pupil Premium
End of Key Stage 2 (2015-2016)
The sum of money we received for Pupil Premium in 2015-2016 was £75,380
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;