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St Stephen's RC Primary School

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Ofsted and Results


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Department for Education Performance Tables can be found here.

Please take the time to look how we compare with local schools.

 

SATs Results

In 2015 -2016 The outcomes of tests at the end of KS2 were changed by DFE to the following:

15/16 SCHOOL

 

National 15/16

 

% achieving expected level in R & W & M


27%

53.2%

% achieving a ‘high’ scaled score in R&W&M

2%

5%

% achieving expected level in Reading


53%

63%

% achieving a ‘high’ scaled score in Reading

3%

19%

Average scaled score in Reading

98.6

102.6

 

 

 

% achieving expected level in Writing


41%

74.1%

% achieving a high scaled score in Writing

7%

14.7%

Average scaled score in Writing

-

N/A

 

 

 

% achieving expected level in Maths


37%

69.8%

% achieving a ‘high’ scaled score in Maths

7%

16.6%

Average scaled score in Maths

97.6%

103.0

 

 

 

% achieving expected level in GPS


42%

72.4%

% achieving a ‘high’ scaled score in GPS

8%

22.5%

Average scaled score in GPS

99

104.0

 

 

 

In 2015 -2016 The outcomes of tests at the end of KS1 were changed by DFE to the following:-

School

National

Reading % at expected level


64%

74%

Reading % working at Greater Depth

10%

23.6%

Writing % at expected level

34%

65.5%

Writing % working at Greater Depth

3%

13.3%

Maths % at expected level


51%

72.6%

Maths % working at Greater Depth


5%

17.8%

% expected standard in reading, writing & maths

 

60.3%

% Greater Depth in reading, writing and maths

 

8.9%

% expected standard inreading, writing, maths and spelling

 

59.8%

 

Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Test Results 2015/2016

 

 

Level 4 or better

 

 2015

 

School

National

School

Level 4+

National

Reading

83.6%

89%

41.8%

48%

Writing

80%

85%

16.4%

33%

Spelling Punctuation

Grammar

72.7%

80%

43.6%

56%

Mathematics

78.2%

87%

25.5%

42%

Combined

73%

80%

 12.7

24%

 
 
 
 

Pupil Premium

 

 

 

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they will be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. New measures will be included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of those deprived pupils covered by the Pupil Premium. From September 2012, we will also require schools to publish online information about how they have used the Premium. This will ensure that parents and others are made fully aware of the attainment of pupils covered by the Premium.

Pupil Premium - What you need to know (DFEs April 2012)

 

In 2012 -13 at St Stephens we were allocated £48,000 for Pupil Premium driven activities.

Here is a breakdown of our planned activities

The school is using Pupil Premium for a number of initiatives.

These include

  • Appointing a Learning Mentor
  • Providing Support with funding for school trips where appropraite
  • Providing music tuition in small groups
  • Implementing a new Pupil Tracking system
  • Supporting Look After Children with one to one tuition
  • Training all support staff to deliver Better reading Programme (BRP)

Pupil Premium

In 2014-15 we received £137,534  Pupil Premium Funding.

Free School Meals (Rec to Year 6) - £1300 per pupil. Looked After Children - £1900

The pupil premium grant has enables us to continue to support our pupils in a variety of ways. These included:

From 2013 it has been expanded to include all children who have been eligible for FSM within the last 6 years .

The money is allocated to initiatives and provisions to ensure pupils reach their full potential, both academically and socially.

The Pupil Premium grant was used to support our pupils through the following provisions

 

.

Provision

Aim

Free Music tuition

To develop pupils’ self esteem

and give access to instrumental tuition

Phonics – Read, Write Inc

To develop pupils’ literacy skills

and help children to reach their full potential.

Use of Education City

To develop pupils’ Numeracy / Literacy skills

and help children to reach their full potential.

Friday Praise Assembly

To celebrate and reward pupils’ achievements within school.

Kids Klub

To ensure pupils’ have access to before and after school

and are able to concentrate and participate fully in school activities.

Learning Mentor

To ensure children are able to participate fully in school activities,

particularly vulnerable pupils who may be at risk of exclusion.

Attendance Coordinator

To ensure pupils’ punctual and attend school regularly.

Delivery of Better Reading Partnership (BRP)

To work with pupils, in one to one and to ensure

they make accelerated progress in reading

Deputy Headteacher

Through managing the English and Mathematics provisions

ensuring pupils are on track to achieve their termly and yearly

targets specifically working with identifying groups of children

Extra Curricular Activities

To ensure children have opportunities to develop their social

and leadership skills through a variety of sporting activities.

Funding for trips

To ensure children have opportunities to develop their social

and leadership skills through a variety of sporting activities

Pupil Tracking

Use of Pupil tracking software to identify

and support progress for all groups of children

Closing the Gap

 

Closing the Gap

2014

2015

 

FSM

Non-FSM

FSM

Non-FSM

% making expected progress in English (national % in brackets)

82 (88)

73 (92)

 84.6 (84)

 83.3 (92)

 

 

% making expected progress in Maths (national % in brackets)

82 (86)

85(91)

 76.9 (83.5)

 78.6 (91.7)

% making expected progress in writing (national in brackets)

75(90)

97(94)

 69.2 (79)

 83.3 (91.2)

% achieving L4+ in Eng and Ma (from 2013 split R, W + Ma)  (national % in brackets) 

58(67)

71 (83)

 69.2 (71)

 73.8 (85.7)

 

 

Sports Premium

Schools receive a Sports Premium payment to improve the quality and breath of Physical Education (PE) and sports provision, including increasing participation in PE and sports so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels of which they are capable.

 

Breakdown of spend 2016-2017

Funding received

No. eligible pupils:454

Total amount received: £

Funding rate: £8,000

Objectives

Objectives of spending the PE grant:

  • Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events.
  • Instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.
  • Improve resources to support PE, including transport and equipment.
  • Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils.
  • Train PE instructors and coaches to develop sporting skill in pupils.

 

Breakdown of spending

Objective:

Activity:

Cost:

Impact:

Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events.

Chess tuition/competition

£360

·       Over 70 pupils participated.

·       Won football schools championship – increasing confidence.

·       40 children participated in Cross Country

·       60 children had swimming lessons

Football tournaments x 5

£150

Inter-school cross country x 3

Swimming Tuition

£150

£2040

Total spend on objective:

£2700

To instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.

 

Stockport County Coach

1 day per week

£7210

All children having high quality lessons

 

Children having active lunch times and a number of after schools clubs in place – eg Chess, Netball , football cross country

After school sports club

38 days over year

£760

Lunch time sports club

X 38

£760

Total spend on objective:

£8730

Improve resources to support PE, including transport and equipment.

 

Soccer coaching

£600

·     High Quality Coaching for 150 children a week

·     60 children completed Proficiency course

Go Ride – Cycling Proficiency

£600

Transport to SCFC final

£200

Total spend on objective:

£1400

Spend remaining:

£ Overpsent £12830