Pupil Premium

It is up to the school to decide how Pupil Premium is spent. The funding is used to raise attainment as well as promoting social skills, independent learning and positive behaviour and is allocated to initiatives to ensure pupils reach their full potential, both academically and socially.The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is funding in addition to the School's Delegated Budget. It was established by the Government to address the inequalities between pupils. It is allocated according to the number of children on roll who are eligible for free school meals at any time in the last six years, who have been Looked After for more than six months or who have a parent in one of the armed forces.


2012-13

In 2012-13 the school received £12,460 in Pupil Premium funding.

2013-14

In 2013-14 the school received £18,107 in Pupil Premium funding.

Please click HERE to access our Pupil Premium Statement for 2013-14.

2014-15

In 2014-15 the school received £33,000 in Pupil Premium funding.

Please click HERE to access our Pupil Premium Forecast for 2014-15.

Final funds received: £35,383.00 (updated Sept 2015)

Please click HERE to access our Pupil Premium Statement for 2014-15.

2015-16

In 2015-16 the school received £26,240 in Pupil Premium funding.

Please click HERE to access our Pupil Premium Forecast for 2015-16.

Final funds received: £26,870 (updated Sept 2016)

Please click HERE  to access our Pupil Premium Statement for 2015-16.

2016-17

In 2016-17 the school received £20,960 in Pupil Premium funding.

Please click HERE  to access our Pupil Premium Forecast for 2016-17.

Final funds received: £20,960 (updated Sept 2017)

Please click HERE to access our Pupil Premium Statement for 2016-17.



NATURE OF SUPPORT

Maths intervention groups and Team Teaching.We support the pupils at Our Lady of Lourdes in a variety of ways:

FOCI OF PUPIL PREMIUM SPENDING
IMPACT: PERFORMANCE OF DISADVANTAGED PUPILS 2017

Comparing Pupil Premium Pupils Against Non-Pupil Premium Pupils

Year 6 (2 Pupil Premium Pupils out of 59 pupils)

ACHIEVEMENT

Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium National % Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium National %
Expected Standard Greater Depth
Reading 100 96 77 100 37 29
Writing 100 95 81 50 25 21
GPS 100 100 82 100 53 36
Maths 100 100 80 50 51 27
R, W & M 100 91 67 50 16 11

AVERAGE SCALED SCORE (100 = EXPECTED)

Pupil Premium School Non-Pupil Premium School Non-Pupil Premium National Gap Between School PP and School Non-PP Gap Between School PP and National Non-PP
Reading 116.5 108.3 105.4 +8.2 +11.1
Writing NA NA NA NA NA
GPS 115.5 111.0 107.0 +4.5 +8.5
Maths 108.0 109.5 105.3 -1.5 +2.7
R, W & M NA NA NA NA NA

PROGRESS SCORE

Pupil Premium School Non-Pupil Premium School Non-Pupil Premium National
Reading +11.02 +3.46 +0.33
Writing +4.84 +2.54 +0.17
GPS NA NA NA
Maths +2.64 +4.82 +0.28
R, W & M NA NA NA

Year 2 (2 Pupil Premium Pupils out of 56 pupils)

ACHIEVEMENT

Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium National % Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium National %
Expected Standard Greater Depth
Reading 100 85 79 50 37 28
Writing 50 85 72 0 24 18
Maths 100 83 79 0 31 23

Year 1 (1 Pupil Premium Pupil out of 61 pupils)

ACHIEVEMENT

Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium School % Non-Pupil Premium National %
Expected Standard
Phonics 100 95 84

Executive Headteacher: Mrs S. Nutman