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St Augustine's Catholic Primary School

Following Jesus, our school family shows love and respect for one another and the world around us.

Cranbrook Road, Gants Hill, Ilford, Essex IG2 6RG
Enquiries to be addressed to Mrs Brogan in the Infant Office

02085 541919

admin.st-augustines@redbridge.gov.uk

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Pupil Premium (Disadvantaged)

 Total amount of Pupil Premium Funding received for 20/21 was £100,875

Total number of pupils on the Pupil Premium Register: 75 @ £1345 per pupil

 

Our aims for this academic year are:

Extra Teacher in Years 2, 3, 5 and 6 (5 mornings a week)

  • This is to reduce the size of teaching groups in both mathematics and English, hence there is a greater opportunity for premium-funded pupils can make/exceed progress in line with expectations.

 

Continuing Professional Development – Teaching Staff and LSAs

  • Some of our Pupil Premium Funding has been allocated to train staff to ensure that all teaching and support (including intervention) given, ensures that pupils, especially vulnerable make at least expected progress.

 

Targeted Interventions (run by highly trained LSAs and HLTA)

These take place throughout the week and include:

  • Lexia – to develop phonics and general reading skills. (Years 1 - 6)
  • Individualised mathematics and Writing, comprehension and reading additional work (Year1 to 5)
  • Phonics (Reception – Year 2

 

Specific Interventions

These are aimed at children who need to develop specific skills, including:

  • Speech & language
  • Social/Communication/Emotional
  • Fine motor/gross motor skills
  • ELSA (Emotional Learning Support Assistants)

 

Additional LSA support in class

  • This is aimed at children who are not making expected progress; with a focus on developing reading, writing and mathematics.

 

Numicon

  • This is a mathematics programme support, for children with number difficulties.

 

Parent Support Advisor

  • Our PSA provides high quality support for families (including vulnerable) experiencing difficulties, which may be barriers to learning e.g. medical support, access to ICT, help to fill in forms

 

Year 2 and Year 6 Booster Classes

  • Booster lessons will take place before school/after and during school time to improve progress and narrow the gap between disadvantaged/vulnerable children and their peers in preparation for the English and Mathematics statutory assessments.

 

Music Tuition

  • We use some the Pupil Premium Grants to contribute 50% towards tuition fees for disadvantaged pupils, so that they can learn to play a musical instrument, hence developing their musical skills without money being a barrier.

 

Whole Class Ensemble

  • All pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 learn to play the recorder, African drumming, cornet and ukulele respectively.

 

Counselling Service

  • The Pupil Premium Grant provides opportunities for children with emotional difficulties to speak to trained counsellors from BCCS or Rainbow Bereavement Counselling.

 

Residential Trip

  • The school contributes 50% towards the cost of the residential trips made in Years 5 (Rome) and 6 (Fairplay House, Essex). This helps to develop independence and prepares the children for secondary school.
  • The Year 5 trip to Rome is provisionally suspended pending Covid-19 restrictions, hence the Year 5s will have a residential to Fairplay House, Essex.

 

Day Activities

  • Subsidise disadvantaged Year 5 pupils attending the team building activity at Stubbers Outdoor Adventures Centre, Havering
  • Subsidise disadvantaged Year 4 pupils attend sailing at Fairlop Waters
  • Reception and Year 1 pupils accessing mindfulness sessions, once a week
  • All Year 3 – 6 pupils attending Tai Chi as a form of mindfulness, once a week for 20 weeks
  • 50% contribution to all paid events/activities for disadvantage pupils.

 

Extra-Curricular Activities

  • We ensure that Pupil Premium children can access lunchtime or afterschool activities including Computer Coding, Spanish, sports and art/craft.

 

 

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING (2021/22)

Funds received £100,875

 

 Proposed Expenditure

 

Focus Area

Cost (£)

Parent Support Advisor

9,000

Additional teacher in Years 2, 4, 5 and 6 (Mathematics and English 3rd Set in the morning)

31,770

LSA classroom support

20,905

LSA targeted interventions - Numicon, Lexia, Fine/Gross motor skills, ELSA and Speech and language

28,000

BCCS Counselling Service

2,700

Music Tuition

600

Residential & Educational visits

1,800

After-School Clubs (sports, coding, language and art)

600

Yoga (Reception),Tai Chi (Year 3), Sailing (Year 4), Mindfulness (Year 6) and Uniform support

5,500

 

£100,875

 

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING REPORT (2020/21)

Funds received £115,670

 

Throughout last academic year, our PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT was used to enrich the life experiences of our disadvantaged pupils.  The most effective way we achieved this was by offering high quality teaching in every class.  With this in mind, the funding was deployed in a range of ways.

 

  • Class Size Setting: Years 3-6 pupils were taught in 3 sets for mathematics and English. The third set were taught by qualified teachers. This was very beneficial to all children as they were taught in smaller class sizes. Disadvantaged pupils were targeted within each set to ensure they make at least expected progress.

 

  • Pupil conferencing took place in Years 1-6 throughout the year. The PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT was used to cover the cost of additional staffing, who covered the class whilst the teacher spoke to individual Disadvantaged pupils.

 

  • High quality INSETs were provided for staff to ensure that all teaching is good or outstanding. This year PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT funded mental health training.

 

  • LSAs support children every day and provide high quality interventions for children who are underachieving or not making the expected progress. PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT was used to fund lunchtime club (for vulnerable pupils), speech and language interventions (monitored by HLTA), Lexia, Motor skills development and Social Communication groups.  LSAs are also a great asset in class, supporting disadvantaged pupils during lessons. 

 

  • The Parent Support Advisor was partly-funded by PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT. Christine Brady works closely with families of Disadvantaged pupils to ensure that they can access the curriculum effectively and have support in a variety of ways, such as completing application forms for secondary school, attending appointments (hospital, housing…).

 

  • The school subsidised music ((playing instruments) tuition for families of disadvantaged pupils, who found paying the full fees challenging.  This ensured that Disadvantaged pupils were offered the same opportunities as other pupils in our schools.

 

  • In a similar way, we used PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT to subsidise after school clubs. Disadvantaged pupils were offered support with payments for gymnastics, dance, football, basketball, multi-skills; Art Club, Coding Club and language Club (Spanish).

PUPIL PREMIUM PROGRESS REPORT (Autumn 2020)

 

The target average point progress for pupils across the school is for the autumn terms are (EYFS: 1 point) and (KS1 & KS2: 1.5 points). Assessment for the remainder of the academic year was not completed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Year

Contextualised

Reading

Writing

Maths

N

There are 35 pupils

§  Boys: 18(51%)

§  Girls: 17(49%)

§  Pupil Prem: 1(3%)

§  SEN: 0(0%) (including 2 EHC Plan)

§  EAL: 22(63%)

§  Summer Born: 14(40%)

§  Academically More-Able: 0

(There are children academically more able in certain areas, but not across the board.)

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.0pts

READING

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.0pts ( same as target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (1.0pts) same progress as girls (1.0pts)

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.1pts) made better progress than Pupil Premium pupils (1.0pts).

 

 

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT (Moving & Handling – motor skills)

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.6pts better than target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (1.6pts) same progress as girls (1.5pts)

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.5pts) made better progress than Pupil Premium pupils (1.0pts).

 

NUMBERS

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.4pts better than target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (1.4pts) same progress as girls (1.4pts)

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.4pts) made better progress than Pupil Premium pupils (1.0pts).

 

R

There are 60 pupils

§  Boys: 30(50%)

§  Girls: 30(50%)

§  Pupil Prem: 13(22%)

§  SEN: 6(10%) (including 2 EHC Plan)

§  EAL: 39(65%)

§  Summer Born: 18(30%)

§  Academically More-Able: 2

§  Looked-After: 1(2%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.0pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 2.2pts ( better than target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (2.5pts) making better than girls (1.9pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 3.7pts (EHC 4.0pts) progress compared to Not-SEN pupils 2.1pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.4pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.5pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.8pts ( better than target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (1.7pts) making better than girls (1.8pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 3.2pts (EHC 1.5pts) progress in comparison to Not-SEN pupils 1.6pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.5pts).

§  The average point progress is 2.5pts (better than target progress of 1.0pts), with boys (2.8 pts) making better progress than the girls (2.3pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 4.7pts (EHC 4.5pts) progress compared to Not-SEN pupils 2.3pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.7pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

1

There are 60 pupils

§  Boys: 38(63%)

§  Girls: 22(37%)

§  Pupil Prem: 6(10%)

§  SEN: 6(10%) (including 1 EHC Plan)

§  EAL: 34(57%)

§  Summer Born: 24(43%)

§  Academically More-Able: 3(5%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.6pts (just better than target progress of 1.5pts), with boys and girls making the same progress (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.8pts (EHC 1.0pts) progress in comparison to Not-SEN pupils 1.6pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.6pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.1pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.7pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.8pts) making better progress than the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.2pts (EHC 1.0pts) progress in comparison to Not-SEN pupils 1.8pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.2pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.7pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.9pts) making better progress than the boys (1.7pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.6pts (EHC 2.0pts) progress compared to Not-SEN pupils 1.7pts.

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.1pts).

2

There are 60 pupils

§  Boys: 28(47%)

§  Girls: 32(53%)

§  Pupil Prem: 11(18%)

§  SEN: 9(15%)

§  EAL: 25(42%)

§  Summer Born: 23(83%)

§  More-Able: 4(7%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

 

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.7pts (better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.8pts) making better progress than the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (2.1pts) made better progress than Not-SEN pupils (1.7pts).

§  Pupil Premium pupils (2.2pts) made better progress compared to Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.7pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.8pts (better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.8pts) making better progress than the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (2.1pts) made better progress than Not-SEN pupils (1.7pts).

§  Pupil Premium pupils (2.3pts) made better progress compared to Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.7pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.9pts (better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.9pts) making similar progress as the boys (1.8pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (2.3pts) made better progress than Not-SEN pupils (1.8pts).

§  Pupil Premium pupils (2.1pts) made better progress compared to Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

3

There are 61 pupils

§  Boys: 36(59%)

§  Girls: 25(41%)

§  Pupil Prem: 13(21%)

§  SEN: 21(34%), including EHCP: 6(10%)

§  EAL: 39(64%)

§  Summer Born: 25(41%)

§  Academically More-Able: 7(12%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.6pts (just better than target), with girls (1.6pts) making same progress as the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.2pts) made less progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.8pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.6pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.4pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.5pts (same as target), with girls (1.7pts) making better progress than the boys (1.5pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.2pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.8pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.6pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.5pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.7pts (better than target), with girls (1.8pts) making better progress than the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.2pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.9pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.7pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.6pts).

4

There are 59 pupils

§  Boys: 34(58%)

§  Girls: 25(42%)

§  Pupil Prem: 10(17%)

§  SEN: 16(27%), including EHCP: 3(5%)

§  EAL: 29(49%)

§  Summer Born: 20(34%)

§  Academically More-Able: 5(9%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 2.0pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with boys (2.0pts) making better progress than the girls (1.9pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.8pts) made less progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (2.1pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.0pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.9pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with boys (1.9pts) making better progress than the girls (1.8pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.8pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (2.1pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.0pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 2.5pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with boys (2.5pts) making better progress than the girls (2.4pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.4pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (2.8pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.0pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

5

There are 60 pupils

§  Boys: 30(50%)

§  Girls: 30(50%)

§  Pupil Prem: 8(13%)

§  SEN: 11(18%), including EHCP: 2(3%)

§  EAL: 32(53%)

§  Summer Born: 23(38%)

§  Academically More-Able: 5(8%)

§  Looked-After: 1(2%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.7pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.8pts) making better progress than the boys (1.6pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.5pts) made less progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.8pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium and Pupil Premium pupils made the same progress (1.8pts).

 

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.8pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.8pts) making same progress as the boys (1.8pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.8pts) made same progress as Not-SEN pupils (1.8pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.5pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.9pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.9pts) making same progress as the boys (1.9pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.9pts) made same progress as Not-SEN pupils (1.9pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.9pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.6pts).

6

There are 61 pupils

§  Boys: 33(54%)

§  Girls: 28(46%)

§  Pupil Prem: 13(21%)

§  SEN: 12(20%), including EHCP: 2(3%)

§  EAL: 35(57%)

§  Summer Born: 24(39%)

§  Academically More-Able: 8(13%)

 

The planned cumulative progress for the Autumn term is 1.5pts

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.8pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (1.9pts) making better progress than the boys (1.7pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.8pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.7pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium and Pupil Premium pupils made the same progress (1.8pts).

 

§  The average point progress for the year group is 2.0pts ( better than target progress of 1.5pts), with girls (2.0pts) making same progress as the boys (1.8pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils (1.9pts) made same progress as Not-SEN pupils (1.9pts).

§  Not Pupil Premium pupils (2.0pts) made better progress compared to Pupil Premium pupils (1.9pts).

§  The average point progress for the year group is 1.8pts ( better than target the of 1.5pts), with boys (1.9pts) making same progress as the girls (1.7pts)

§  Within the other groups, SEN pupils made 1.6pts progress compared to Not-SEN pupils (1.9pts).

§  Pupil Premium pupils (12.3pts) made better progress compared to Not Pupil Premium pupils (1.8pts).

 

 

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