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Pupil Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

The Pupil Premium at St Anne’s Catholic Primary School

The Pupil premium is extra funding of up to £1320 to support your child’s education. At St Anne’s we use the extra funding to provide pupils with fair and equal opportunities so that they achieve well in all areas of the school.

How we use Pupil Premium funds at St Anne’s

Our aim is to provide first class education to develop and fulfil the potential of all pupils in our care, and faith development of our pupils is of paramount importance.

In our school we: ‘Let trust respect and love live here and as children of God we learn and grow’

At St Anne’s we are passionate about the educational and personal development of your child. Pupil Premium funds are used to help the pupils in lots of ways including academic and non-academic areas. A financial plan lists the different ways in which funds are used in school. This is used to help with attendance and progress of our pupils. These include:

· Progress and Attendance

Staff help the progress and support of Pupil Premium pupils, they also help promote excellent attendance at school, as attendance is strongly linked with academic progress.

· Progress of all Pupil Premium pupils, especially in English and Maths

This includes smaller intervention group sizes, extra staffing, 1:1 intervention opportunities, and educational equipment. Teaching Assistants help with pupil progress alongside the first class teaching in our school.

· Literacy and Numeracy

Funding is used to help with the delivery of literacy and Numeracy skills of Pupil Premium pupils in our school. It is also used to help with the provision of home learning for pupils as effective homework is strongly linked to academic progress.

· Pupil Wellbeing

Funding with Uniform, transport to and from school and stationery, where needed, so that the individual needs of our pupils are met.

· School educational visits and retreats.

This will make sure that pupils have access to opportunities to help their educational and personal development.

 

If your child gets the Pupil Premium then you will receive a letter telling you about further details of how the funding is used. Our financial plan for the year ahead is available on the school website with an evaluation of the financial plan from 2017/18.

 

Pupil Premium Outcomes

This year Pupil Premium pupils have achieved positive results in their SATs. For example;

· In Year 6: 67% of Pupil Premium pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths (2018)

· In Year 2: 75% of Pupil Premium pupils achieved the expected standard in Reading and Writing (2018)

Who can get the Pupil Premium Funds?

Pupils can get the Pupil Premium if certain criteria are met. These are:

•Ever 6 Free School Meals Children- children who get, or have had, free school meals in the last six years

•Looked after Children in the care of the local authority

•Children who are no longer looked after by the local authority due to adoption, guardianship or residence order

•Ever 5 Service children- children who get the service child premium in any of the previous 4 years as well as those recorded as a service child for the first time this year.

 

Can your child get the Pupil Premium?

If you think that you may be entitled to receive the Pupil Premium for your child please contact Mrs Byrne in the school office. She will provide you with a form to complete as well as guidance on the completion of the form.

If your child does qualify for the Pupil Premium you will have received a letter about this. A link to the letter is also available on the school website.

Please contact Mrs N Hannett for any further information, she will be happy to answer any questions that you may have about how our school can best support your child.

Thank you for taking the time to read this information and for working with us to best support the education of your child.

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