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Key information on school performance:

Our inspection reports

DfE performance tables 

Our SIAS report

 

Our latest test and assessment results 
EYFS 2016  86.6% achieved a 'Good Level of Development'

Year 1 Phonic Screen 2016

96% achieved the standard required for the National Phonic Screen.

Key stage 1

2016

Reading

Writing

Maths

r/w/m combined

The percentage of children who achieved age related expectations or above.

80%

80% (ARE)

83.3%

76.7%

The percentage of children who achieved age related expectations at greater depth 43% 20% 40%  

 

 

 

 Stage 2 

 SATs results

for 2016

 The percentage of children 

 who achieved age related expectations or above.

 The percentage of children  who achieved age related expectations at greater depth

Progress measures

(National)

 2016

 2016

 

 Reading, writing   

 and maths

 66.6

13  

 Reading

76.6

30

+0.5 (-5)

 Writing

GPS

80

77

20

37

-1.3 (-7)

**

 Maths

 80

27

+1.2 (-5)

 

National figures are provided in brackets for comparison

 Key Stage 2 

 SATs results

for 2015

 The percentage of children 

 who achieved Level 4 or above

 The percentage of children  

 who achieved Level 5 or above

 The percentage of children 

 who improved by 2 or more

 levels from KS1 - KS2

 2015

 2015

 2015

 Reading, writing   

 and maths

 100 (80)

 30 (24)

 100 (NA)

 Reading

 100 (89)

 60 (48)

 100 (91)

 Writing

 100 (87)

 50 (36)

 100 (94)

 Maths

 100 (87)

 47(41)

 100 (90)

 

National figures are provided in brackets for comparison

Pupil Premium funding

Pupil Premium

Please find attached the following:

  • details of how we intend to spend our allocation in 2016 - 2017
  • details of how we spent our previous year’s allocation in 2015 - 2016
  • how funding made a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in 2015 - 2016
Sports Funding

Please find below the following details:

  • details of how we intend to spend our sport funding allocation 
  • details of how we spent our previous year’s allocation in 2015 - 2016
  • how it made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attracted the funding

Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017

How we intend to use the funding for this year

 

 At St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School we believe Physical Education (PE) and sport play an important role in school life for every pupil. Through PE and sport our children learn to develop the important qualities of discipline, resilience, communication, team work and ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude and academic achievement.

 

At St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School we anticipate to receive £8900.

During the year we intend to spend the funding on:

Employing a specialist dance / fitness teacher. She provides both curriculum and extra - curricular sessions across KS1 and 2. 

£2340.

Employ an outside sports provider to deliver both curriculum and extra –curricular multi skills sessions across the whole school.     

 £1755

Employ a qualified NCC cricket coach to administer lessons to Y5 /6 to help them prepare for competitions .    

 £240

Fund a range of competition entries and licenses     

 £900

Training of School games Leaders / Ambassadors      

£200

Transport costs to venues         

 £350

Enrichment days – trips to sporting venues and / or visits from sports people   

£400

Swimming lessons for all Y3       

£2270

Fund staff training                       

£500

 

We hope that our sports premium funding will have a long lasting effect on learning and the physical development of children at St Mary’s.

Sports Premium Funding 2015-2016

How did we use the Sports Funding in 2015-2016?

At St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School we believe Physical Education (PE) and sport play an important role in school life

for every pupil. Through PE and sport our children learn to develop the important qualities of discipline, resilience,

communication, team work and ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude and academic achievement.

 

At St Mary Magdalene C of E Primary School we received £8,900 (based on 210 pupils on roll).

During the past year, we used the funding towards the following;

Employed a specialist P.E Teacher to deliver high quality teaching. This teacher was employed to work with our pupils and organise extra- curricular activities to benefit children across YF, KS1 and 2. 

 

(£2000)

Employed a specialist dance / fitness teacher. She provided both curriculum and extra - curricular sessions across KS1 and 2.

 (£1995)

Employed a coach to deliver squash sessions 

 

(£165)

Employed a specialist cricket coach from Trent Bridge to provide curriculum and extra -curricular sessions for UKS2 

 

(£350)

Funded a range of competition entries and licenses 

 

(£807)

Funded School Games leader training 

 

(£200)

Transport costs to venues 

 

(£323)

Enrichment days – trips to sporting venues and visits from sports people. 

 

(£525)

Purchased new outdoor play boxes and equipment for the benefit of all pupils at playtime and lunch. 

 

(£1167)

New kit for when children represent the school in competitions 

 

(£470)

Swimming lessons for all Y3 pupils 

 

(£2200)

 

We hope that our sports premium funding will have had a long lasting effect on learning and the physical

development of children at St Mary’s.

The effect of Pe and Sport Premium

 

As a result of PE and sport funding, we have been able to enter lots of competitions and festivals that we could not afford to participate in otherwise. We have also had a great variety of after school clubs and curriculum time experiences.

All children at St. Mary's have had the opportunity to benefit from the funding in one way or another.

We will endeavour to sustain the benefits for all by continuing to enter competitions, etc and in many cases, signposting pupils to local sports clubs.

Sporting Participation table

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