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Jubilee Primary School and Children's Centre

Jubilee Primary School & Children's Centre

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Pupil Premium Statement

The Pupil Premium is a source of funding made available to schools by the Government. This is targeted funding to be used to provide opportunities for disadvantaged pupils. The national trend is that pupils who are eligible for free school meals have lower achievement than those who are not eligible. The Pupil Premium grant is to be used to help narrow this gap. At Jubilee School, we believe that all pupils should be supported to achieve their potential. We are committed to using the resources made available to us to help achieve the best outcomes for all learners. In 2015/2016, 54% of our pupils were Pupil Premium. Our Pupil Premium allocation was £306,595.

Links to the Jubilee Vision Statement

 

Our vision statement helps to inform the running of the school as it is our intention that children will leave Jubilee with the following skills and attributes:

 

  • confidence with eloquent self expression and strong communication and social skills
  • excellent skills in maths, English and IT
  • a rounded education in science, RE, geography, history, and PSHE
  • the ability to speak a foreign language to a basic conversation level
  • the ability to enjoy music through song/playing a musical instrument / involvement in drama and dance activities
  • the ability to swim and play sports competently
  • an understanding of art and culture and experience of performing
  • freedom from prejudice of any kind
  • a spirit of community and social responsibility with a sense of belonging

What the data tells us

Evidence

What are we doing

Intended outcomes

Our pupil performance data tells us that children eligible for the pupil premium grant tend to come in lower than their peers but with support and targeted interventions make really good progress and by the time they leave the school they are out performing their peers nationally.

· Internal Assessment and Tracking Systems

· Pupil Progress Meetings

· Observations – Quality of Teaching and Learning

· Feedback Reports and Evaluations

· Pupil Self Evaluation

· Continue to develop the additional teaching and support in each Year Group from R - 6

· Use the newly extended Senior Leadership Team to ensure focus on standards

· Determined focus on provision of Good or better lessons through CPD support from external consultants focusing on teaching and learning (ongoing throughout the year)

· Support through partnership with local Federation

· Increased levels of team teaching and opportunities for colleagues to observe best practice

· Earlier start to Booster Classes

· Extend access to the Breakfast club

· Overall quality of teaching rated to be good or outstanding

· Improved attendance rate across the school and in particular this group of pupils

· Average Progress rate at 3.8 – 4.2 APS (Average Point Scores) across all year groups (1 – 6)

· FSM pupils achieving progress outcomes (APS) at least  in line with non-FSM pupils and progressively outperforming their national peers and the all pupil average