Statutory Information: Pupil Premium Funding
St Theresa’s School has been in receipt of Pupil Premium Funding for four years and we have always endeavoured to use this money wisely to enhance the educational opportunities of our most disadvantaged pupils.
We have employed a range of strategies including a nurture provision for our most vulnerable pupils in school. This has variously included employing a Speech and Language Therapist to work with our young people and train one of our TAs to continue this work; this has been particularly successful in identifying difficulties in the early years. We also provide an extensive range of support for intervention especially for our Year 6s as they prepare for their SATs and their transition to High School. We have tried to use the grant to support all our young people as this is how it is best used to support the learning of the most vulnerable in our opinion. In 2018, 100% of our PPG Y6 pupils achieved EXS in English Reading, Writing and Grammar as well as Maths and Science.
Please click on the links below to take to how the Pupil Premium has been spent and the impact that it has had on our most vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils as well as all our other children:
The link below details how the Pupil Premium has been spent in previous years:
PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT SPEND 2019 – 2020 v2 (Reviewed)
Please click on the link below to take you to a review of standards for 2019; the last year that the school took the national examinations (SATs etc): Standards in 2019
You might also like to click on the link below to see how our school compares to other similar schools nationally for our PPG spend and the outcomes. We think we compare very favourably:
PUPIL PREMIUM SPENDING 2016 – 2017