Statutory information

Key Stage 2 Results

Ofsted Report 2013

National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and
Methodist Schools Report 2015

Department of Education Primary Schools Performance Data

Full curriculum details can be seen here.


Pupil Premium 2016–17
The Pupil Premium for 2016/2017 is £10,650

The main barriers faced by eligible children are confidence and self esteem issues, anxiety, dyslexia and ADHD.

The pupil premium will be spent on teaching assistant support in class, in small groups and one to one. Support within class enables the children to feel part of the group and this in turn helps overcome their anxieties. Staff will be offered appropriate ongoing training as appropriate.

We will measure the impact through observations of the pupils’ wellbeing and willingness to engage in their lessons, sports and after school activities. The impact will also be measured through assessing the academic progress the children make over the year in reading, writing and maths. Some of the children will be expected to make similar progress to that of their peers.

The next review of the Pupil Premium Strategy will be in July 2017.

Pupil Premium 2015–16
The pupil premium for 2015 -2106 is £9830. This money will be used to fund 1:1 support, TA support, school trips, a self esteem programme, advice from an Educational Psychologist and a laptop with specialist software.

Educational Psychologist                         £670
School Visits                                            £224
Laptop and software                                £660
1:1 and TA support (including self esteem programme)  £8,276

The impact of this has resulted in improved support for an individual child with specific needs. This child is now accessing the curriculum and is beginning to make some progress as their confidence has grown.

For the identified children 71% made at least expected progress for English and Maths. 60% are now at age related expectations for their year group for English and Maths. These children will continue to receive targeted support during the next year through specific programmes and support in class.

Pupil Premium 2014–15
The pupil premium for 2014-2015 was £3,300.

Educational Psychology Services                  £670
Milk in School                                                £12
Anti-Bullying Programme                               £50
TA Support                                                    £2,568

The impact of this funding was to engage advice from an Educational Psychologist to enable us to better support a pupil, targeting their specific needs. The funding was put towards TA support for the designated children. All the children (100%) made at least the expected progress in English and Maths. 66% (2/3) are now at expected levels (English and Maths) for their year group.


Sports Premium Information

2016-17
The PE and Sports Grant for 2016–17 is £8,435. This, together with the carry-forward is £10,092. We intend to spend this money on:

Elizabeth Woodville Sports Partnership   £1,900
Gym and Dance Coaching   £1,180
Cricket Coaching   £550
Tag Rugby Coaching   £550
Tennis Coaching   £550
Top Up Swimming   £500
Travel   £500
Equipment   £800
Football Strip and Cricket Shirts £400
Improvements to Playing Field Surface   £1,000

 

 

 

 

Predicted carry-forward   £2,162

The impact of this will be measured at the end of the year relating to improved confidence of teachers to deliver the different sports, participation in cluster and county events and observations of more active play.

2015-16
The PE and Sports Grants for 2015–16 was £8,435. Together with the carry-forward from the previous year the total was £11,102.

Purchase of Real PE Scheme of Work   £270
Elizabeth Woodville School Sports Partnership  £1,900
Cricket Coaching  £550
Top-Up Swimming  £500
T-shirts for Sports Ambassadors £25
PE and Sport Training/supply cover £2,000
Tennis Coaching 500
Multi-skills coaching £500
Travel  £500
New Team strips  £200
Resources  £2,500

 

 

 

 

Balance to carry forward £1,657 (ring-fenced)

The impact of the sports funding was to increase the physical activity of all the children through the use of Sports Ambassadors who were trained though the School Sports Partnership. These children led playtime and lunch time games throughout the spring and summer terms on the playground with a programme for all classes. (100%)

The impact of sport training was to increase the confidence of members of staff when teaching their own lessons which in itself had an impact on children taking part in sports teams in all the Partnership events. We were able to enter teams for all the events planned. The girls’ cricket team went through to the county finals.

The multi-skills coaching for the younger children increased their fitness levels as well as encouraging them to take part in different sports., as measured by their attendance at clubs provide by the school and in the local community. Sports equipment was purchased to enhance the teaching and learning – this included new bats and balls which can be used at playtimes as well as in lessons.

The set of sports kit gave a smarter look to the teams and made the children feel proud to represent their school.

The children who benefitted from the extra swimming were able to swim at least 25 metres.

2014–15
The PE & Sports Grant for 2014-2015 was £10,583.

Initial Allocation : £10,583

Skipping Workshop                                              £255
Step-by-Step Dance Company                            £500
Elizabeth Woodville School Sports Partnership     £1,900
PE & Sport Training/supply cover                         £2,261
Tennis Coaching                                                  £500
Resources                                                            £2,500
Balance carried forward to 2015-16:                  £2,667 (ring-fenced for specific target use)

The impact of the sports funding was to increase the physical activity of all the children through the use of Sports Ambassadors who were trained via the School Sports Partnership. These children led lunch time games (including skipping) throughout the spring and summer terms on the playground with a programme for all classes. (100%)

The impact of sport training was to increase the confidence of members of staff when teaching their own lessons, which in itself had an impact on children taking part in sports teams in all the Partnership events. We were able to enter teams for all the events planned. The girls’ cricket team went through to the national finals.

Sports equipment was purchased to enhance the teaching and learning – this included new netball posts and skipping ropes which can be used at playtimes as well as in lessons.