Mount Carmel RC Primary School  

 

Let us start with our mission!

 

 

 

 

OUR SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

 

At Mount Carmel R.C. Primary School, we are grateful to welcome each child,

as loved by God.

Proclaiming Christ’s message of hope,

we live as a caring family of faith

and in mutual respect.

We celebrate our uniqueness,

embrace our differences,

create space for forgiveness

and journey towards a shared understanding of God’s plan of

love for each of us.

Because our children are

listened to and valued,

they feel they belong

and thus continue to achieve and grow.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

smiles on her children here each day!
 
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PUPIL PREMIUM

 Please see below how we spend our Pupil Premium...
 

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT REPORT FOR 2013-14


Number of pupils & pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

Total number of pupils on roll (excluding nursery)

420

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

163

 

Amount PPG received per pupil

£900 rising to £1,300 in April 2014

 

Total amount of PPG received

£185,183

 

Record of PPG spending by item/project 2013-14

 

Item/Project

Cost

Objectives

Outcomes

 

Maintain and provide extra support during Core subject lessons, including ensuring that Key Stage 1 pupils are taught in smaller groups for Literacy sessions (Read, Write, Inc)

 

£78,138

Increase teacher/TA ratio to children to give targeted help to identified groups and individuals.

 

To maintain small groups for phonics teaching in Key stage 1.

High standards in Phonics screening check.

 

K.S. 1 Attainment higher than the National average for disadvantaged pupils as well as all pupils.

 

Reading, Writing, GPS and combined result for Level 4+ all increased(Yr 6).

 

Expected progress higher than National average in all aspects.

 

 

Provide top-up funding for identified children with S.E.N. who qualify for limited but insufficient funding from L.A. to meet their needs.

£50,758

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Give additional support to eight S.E.N.D  pupils,

All identified children provided with appropriate support.

 

S.E.N. learning walk observation gave evidence of good quality support given.

 

 Provision for S.E.N. children praised in OFSTED inspection.

 

 

 

 

CPD to improve quality first teaching and equip support staff to deliver interventions for identified pupils.

 

£4,400

Additional Read Write inc and literacy and Language training.

 

First Class at number intervention training.

All teaching was judged at least good during the academic year 2013-14. Outstanding grading for teaching in internal self-evaluation and OFSTED inspection.

Phonics Screening check maintained and improved high standards from 2013.

 

Subsidising the costs of school trips and Yr 6 residential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

£3985

Enabling all pupils to access all visits available, including the residential for Yr 6.

All FSM children accessed Year 6 residential in 2014.

 

All FSM pupils accessed school trips and visits.

 

 

Employment of additional intervention support in KS 1 and 2.

 

 

 

£22,619

To allocate support staff to carry out I.E.P. work on EFL support, 1 to 1 support for Read Write Inc and Yr 6 1 to 1 booster sessions.

2014 data shows that pupils with S.E.N.. and English as a second language make very good progress in both Key Stages.

All levels of prior attainment (high, middle and low) made good expected progress in Literacy in Key Stage 2.

 

 

Providing various resources for Pupil Premium pupils to succeed.

 

 

£626

Resources for two S.E.N pupils eligible for FSM.

 Kindle and iPAD  for LAC pupils to increase access to reading material and internet.

All LAC pupils made good progress in targets set for them.

All special resources identified were purchased.

 

 

Providing high quality pastoral support to pupils to foster good attendance well-being and good motivation for learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£24,545

Caritas Social Worker employed to support identified children and families and run Webster Stratton Parenting course.

Provide resources for Webster Stratton Course

Termly CARITAS reviews give evidence of positive outcomes (raised self-esteem, good behaviour, improved family relationships.)

Year 6 pupils

 

 

 

 

Deploying a member of the support staff to support parents in improving their child’s attendance and punctuality.

identified transferred successfully to High School.

Overall SchoolAbsence

Target achieved.

 

Performance of pupils eligible for Free School Meals/Ever 6/LAC compared to all pupils.

 

LAC PUPILS: 5 PUPILS: All pupils made expected progress or better. One of these children  did not achieve National expectations in Reading and Maths, but did achieve it in Writing and Grammar punctuation and Spelling.

 

 

Pupils eligible for Pupil premium

All pupils

% of pupils from Yr 1-5 achieving End of year expectations in Reading

94.6%

88.5%

% of pupils from Yrs 1-5 achieving end of Year expectations in Writing

91.9%

84.5%

% of pupils from Yrs 1-5 achieving end of year expectations in Maths

91.9%

88%

% of pupils making expected progress in Reading at end of Key Stage2

96%

98%

% of pupils making expected progress in Writing at the end of Key Stage 2

96%

98%

% of pupils making expected progress in Maths at the end of Key Stage 2

81%

91%

% of pupils achieving age related expectations in Reading (L4+)

90%

95%

% of pupils achieving age related expectations in Writing (L4+)

83%

87%

% of pupils achieving age related expectations in Maths (L4+)

77%

85%

% of pupils achieving age related expectations in Grammar Punctuation and Spelling

80%

83%

% of pupils achieving age related expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths

70 %

77%



This is how we plan to spend next year's Pupil Premium...

Pupil Premium Plan 2014-15


Number of pupils and pupil premium (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll (not incl Nursery)

420

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

163

Amount PPG received per pupil

£1,300

Total amount of PPG (estimated to receive)

£221,400

Item

Cost

Objectives

Desired Outcomes

Maintain and provide extra support during Core subject lessons in both Key Stages, including ensuring that Key Stage 1 pupils are taught in smaller groups for Literacy sessions (Read, Write, Inc).

 

£94, 537

Maintain teacher to pupil ratio in order to ensure high impact of teaching strategies in Literacy and Numeracy in Key Stage 1.

 

Providing two part time teachers to support Upper Key Stage 2 pupils in core subjects.an to ensure every class in Key Stage 2 has additional TA support fro targeted groups.

To close the gap between FSM and non-FSM pupils in both   Key Stages especially for Middle ability learners .

·         Ensure FSM Pupils continue to achieve above National average in Phonics screening check.

·          Close the  L4+ attainment gap between FSM and  non-FSM to within 10% in Maths at K.S.2.

Provide top-up funding for identified children with S.E.N. who qualify for limited but insufficient funding from L.A. to meet their needs.

£51,030

Give additional support to seven S.E.N.D  pupils, Drama therapy pupils, Art Therapy for identified FSM pupils.

To ensure all FSM pupils with S.E.N.D. continue to achieve at least expected progress in Literacy and  Numeracy

 

 

CPD to ensure quality first teaching to meet the demands of the new National curriculum and to enable further speech and Language development training to be provided for support staff.

£3,275

Further training in phonics and Other aspects of new Literacy Scheme.

 

First Class at number training.

 

Upgrade for HLTA to cascade Speech and language support strategies to other TAs.

 

All teaching of the new Curriculum observed to be at least good, with at least 60% outstanding.

 

 

Observations of TA support for identified children show high standards of impact.

Subsidising the costs of school trips and Yr 6 residential.

 

 

£7,200

Providing increased subsidies for trips and Yr 6 residential to minimise parental contributions.

100% of Pupil Premium pupils to attend school visits and the Yr 6 residential.

Subsidy towards providing Art and Music Workshops for Key Stage 2 classes to ensure access to specialist teaching and further enrichment.

£3,600 for Subsidy to Art classes

 

£1,700 for subsidy to Musician in residence.

Weekly Art classes for each year group in turn.Sept14-July15.

 

Weekly music sessions for each Key Stage 2 class from Musician in residence (One Education Music service).

All pupils to have access to high quality Art and Music Learning experiences.

Employment of additional intervention support in KS 1 and 2.

£17,800

To allocate support staff to carry out I.E.P. work on EFL support, 1 to 1 support for Read Write Inc .First class at number intervention provision.

Children with IEPs make expected progress during 2014-15.

Providing various resources and opportunities for Pupil Premium pupils to succeed.

£13,000

All resource needs (as identified through Pupil progress meetings) and extra activities for pupil premium pupils to be funded).

100% Pupil premium pupils make expected progress.

 

Pupil Premium pupils have equal opportunity to participate in extra activities.

Providing high quality pastoral support to pupils to foster good attendance well-being and good motivation for learning.

 

 

£24,240

Caritas Social Worker employed 2 days per week to support identified children and families and run Webster Stratton Parenting course.

Provide resources for Webster Stratton Course.

 

Deploying a member of the support staff to support parents in improving their child’s attendance and punctuality.

Termly CARITAS reviews give evidence of positive outcomes (raised self-esteem, good behaviour, improved family relationships.)

 

 

Pupil premium children achieve target of 96% attendance.

TOTAL:

£216,382

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 


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