The 2017/2018 funding allocation includes pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years and is known as the “Ever 6 FSM measure.”
Schools are able to use the Pupil Premium flexibly in order to narrow the attainment and achievement gap between these groups of socially disadvantaged children and the population as a whole. To ensure accountability, there is a requirement to publish details of how the funding is being used.
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At St. Charles’ Catholic Primary School :
- We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils.
- We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups; this includes ensuring that the needs of social disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.
How we spend Pupil Premium
Use of Pupil Premium 2017-18
The Governing Body has decided that this grant should be spent in the following ways :
- School visits, extra-curricular activities, resources to promote reading and writing; and to fund other opportunities to boost learning.
- Use of HLTA/LSAs to support learners on a 1 : 1 and/or small group basis to narrow gaps in learning.
- Support with enrichment opportunities for all learners with theatre productions, trips out, workshops, museum visits etc
- Support with residential visits for Key Stage 2 pupils.
- Support with the cost of whole school initiatives to promote independent learning including MyMaths, Reading Plus and Bug Club.
- Support with the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
- Support with transport costs, including the Parish minibus.
- By ensuring that learners who qualify for free school meals have their needs clearly identified and their progress closely monitored throughout their time in school.
St Charles’ Catholic Primary School’s Pupil Premium Grant for 2017–2018 is £79,200
Impact of Pupil Premium
A collection of videos in which children discuss the opportunities made possible through Pupil Premium funding and their impact. (Please note: the children interviewed may not necessarily be Pupil Premium children).