St Peters Birstall

Life at St Peter's C of E Junior, Infant & Early Years School Life at St Peter's C of E Junior, Infant & Early Years School

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium statement

Pupil Premium 2015 – 2016: St Peter’s CE (VA) J I & EY School

The Government give schools extra money to support children on Free School Meals.  Schools have a responsibility to use this money to support these children in their learning.

We have used part of our money to fund ETA hours to deliver intervention within school and to employ 2 full time Behaviour Improvement Officers until the Sumer break and 1 Officer thereafter

We also run early morning Booster Clubs with breakfast provided

We have employed a qualified teacher and ETA to run a 4 day Easter School and a 5 day Summer School.

We also paid a qualified teacher and an ETA to run an after school  gardening club for some of these children.

Allocation :    £63,360                              Number of children supported:   56

How Pupil Premium was spent

Approximate

Cost

Impact

Behaviour Improvement Officers

£37,226

Pupils targeted for this intervention have made accelerated progress

Supply Teacher Group Work

£11.070

School tracking process shows specific groups of pupils making good and accelerated progress.  All pupils met their targets

Summer School for KS2

£1,800

Raised self esteem and improved self management strategies for a targeted group of children.

Improved attendance and attitude towards school

Easter School for Yr 6 SATs

£1,080

School tracking process shows specific groups of pupils making good and accelerated progress.  All pupils met their targets

1 to 1 Tuition for targeted pupils

£6,750

School tracking process shows specific groups of pupils making good progress

Booster Classes and Breakfast Club

£3,726

Pupils made at least satisfactory progress and many made good progress.  All children reached their targets

School Gardening Club

£1,708

Raised self-esteem and improved self management strategies for a targeted group of children