School Finance Statement

Financial Year 2012/2013

Social Deprivation Allocation: £41,689 (£600 per eligible child)

The current financial year’s allocation of £41,689 has been allocated within our budget as follows:

  • An additional part-time teacher to support Science and English £13,794
  • An additional Teaching Assistant, working primarily with Year 2 £3,244
  • An additional Teaching Assistant to provide literacy support and guided reading in KS2 £5,946
  • A Teaching Assistant working primarily with vulnerable pupils £11,629
  • A Teaching Assistant supporting Special Educational Needs £3,760

Total: £38.373

The remaining funds will go towards assisting families with the cost of forthcoming educational visits.

 

Financial Year 2011/2012

Social Deprivation Allocation: £42,607 (£430 per eligible child)

The previous year’s allocation of £42,607 was spent as follows:

  • An additional part-time 1 : 1 teacher £2,245
  • A Teaching Assistant working primarily with vulnerable pupils £11,629
  • 10 x Netbooks for use by EAL children £3,890
  • EAL Support Service £3,990
  • School funding of educational visits £3,273
  • A teaching Assistant working with pupils with specific needs 10,570

Total: £35,597

  • 28 children receiving interventions during this period of time were on the PP list. This equates to 37% of the children on the PP list. Interventions were funded from this source.
  • Children received a range of interventions in Year 3-6 including Catch Up, Sound Discovery & Springboard.
  • Various members of staff were employed to assist with the interventions. Some children received more than one intervention.
  • An additional teacher was employed part time for English & two teaching assistants to work with vulnerable & SEN pupil premium children.
  • School funded educational trips -Year 5/6 literacy trip to The Globe Theatre in London. Year 3/4 visited London museums and Reception/ Key Stage One visited an eco, outward bound centre.
  • Impact of interventions on English and Maths in addition to main stream class teaching

The balance of monies was used up within a number of smaller projects, for example, cookery, lunchtime and after-school activities including homework clubs, involving parents, utilising our IT facilities.

This has resulted in a significant improvement in our SATs results that increased the levels well beyond initially predicted levels, as detailed below. It also provided social and learning opportunities for parents of disadvantaged children to work with their children on projects in school, helping them and their children to improve levels of literacy and numeracy.

 

Year

No progress

1 sublevel of progress

2 sublevels of progress

1 level of progress

More than 1 level of progress

3

4

3

1

4

0

6

1

5

2

2

3

6

4

1