Seven Sisters Primary School Pupil Premium Report
The pupil premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support their disadvantaged pupils. This is to enable them to achieve as well as pupils who are deemed not to be disadvantaged. Schools are accountable and are required to inform all stakeholders of how this grant is being spent.
Attainment and achievement of pupils so that they make better than expected progress through:
Providing support to improve attendance, behaviour and links with families to remove barriers to learning
Provision of additional educational support to raise achievement and attainment for eligible pupils.
By narrowing of achievement opportunities between eligible pupils and their peers
Improving educational experiences of eligible pupils so as to have significant impact on their education and raise aspirations.
Remove barriers to learning through targeted intervention for eligible pupils.
Using data to identify which pupils are underachieving and why, particularly in English and Mathematics and check data
Frequently track that the interventions are working
Ensuring that teaching staff know which pupils are eligible for Pupil Premium in order that teaching and learning is directed toward accelerated progress
Analysis of the progress data shows us the following:
The school has 72% of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding.
Disadvantaged pupils are 80% compared with 43% in the Local Authority and 32% Nationally.
70% of EY’s FSM pupils gained GLD compared with 54% nationally.
72% of FSM pupils passed their phonics screening test compared with 69% nationally.
In KS1 the number of disadvantaged children reaching expected standard in reading, writing and maths was above national.
In KS2 the number of disadvantaged children reaching the expected standard in writing, maths and GPS was above national and the number of disadvantaged children achieving greater depth in maths and GPS was above national.
Progress for maths and writing of disadvantaged children in KS2 was also above national.
All pupil premium pupils in year 6 had access to a residential trip and all pupils throughout the school have access to an enrichment trip of their choosing at the end of the academic year. This impacted on their social and emotional wellbeing, which led to them gaining a positive attitude to learning, school and achievement.
The school procures the services of two fully qualified psychotherapists who provides one to one sessions with children as well as offering support to parents. This has resulted in targeted pupils showing improved efficacy in class through their enhanced wellbeing.
The school provides a wealth of pastoral support to both children and parents. We believe that early intervention enables children to develop resilience to cope with events in their lives and improved parental interest and involvement in their children’s education supports future educational success.
Year 6 2019 - 2020 swimming report.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Year 6 children were not able to complete their weekly swimming sessions. As a result, we are unable to provide a report on their competency in the pool.
At Seven Sisters Primary School we will provide child centred learning within a stable, consistent and inspiring environment. Our children will become independent, creative, innovative and reflective.
We nurture and support all abilities and as an inclusive school we recognise the uniqueness and aspirations of all members of our school family.
Through an inspirational curriculum our children will exceed all expectations and become lifelong achievers with a love of learning.
Every member of our school community is valued, listened to, supported and given skills and opportunities to develop and be the best they can be.
We make a difference to the lives of our community and prepare our children for an ever changing world.
We believe in
Empowering Learners; Unlocking the Future
Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools for the next three academic years. The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age the school has. The sports premium is to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision, and increase participation in PE and Sport. At Seven Sisters Primary School, we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for our pupils.
Continue to buy in expert PE and sports coaches to work with the children in order that they children receive high quality PE and Sports during the school day.- Improved pupil knowledge, attitudes and to and levels of fitness and health, therefore, all round well-being.
Offer free PE and sports clubs after school (football, netball, archery and yoga) - Increased number of children participating. Increased enjoyment of PE and sports which will have a positive effect on whole school improvement.
Release staff to take children to more competitive games - Increased skills through interschool competitions. Increased enjoyment. Improved sense of competition and achievement.
Part fund project He:Ro, which involves the school having a Health Mentor, five days a week. - The mental and physical wellbeing of our children is a priority as well as supporting fitness at breakfast club and after school clubs. co-ordinated playtimes and mentoring of the most at risk children.
Facilitate a trial to improve pupils cognitive development called ‘My Cognition’.- Improved pupil knowledge, attitudes and concentration.