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Annual Information

 

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End of Key Stage Results 2015 - 2016

Key Stage 2 SATs results 2016
(those pupils reaching the required standard at the end of KS2)

  Progress School National Difference
Reading +2.00 76% 66% +10%
GPS   76% 72% +4%
Writing -1.26 79% 74% +5%
Mathematics +0.11 74% 70% +4%
Combined   65% 53% +12%

(those pupils reaching the high scaled score)

  School National Difference
Reading 32% 19% +13%
GPS 24% 22% +2%
Writing 12% 15% -3%
Mathematics 21% 17% +4%
Combined 8% 5% +3%
 

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments 2016

  Secure at  required standard Working at Greater depth
Reading 80% 23%
Writing 78% 18%
Mathematics 80% 32%

Average Scaled Scores for each subject
The table below shows the average scaled score for 2016 by subjects together with the schools previous four years averge point score. GPS is not included in the combined subject score.

    Previous National Curriculum Average Point Scores Scaled Score
Year

 

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
All subjects cohort
school
national
difference
significance
35
30.1
28.2
1.9
sig+
35
31.1
28.3
2.8
sig+
34
30.5
28.7
1.8
sig+
34
32.0
28.8
3.2
sig+
 
Reading cohort
school
national
difference
significance
35
30.8
28.8
2.0
-
35
31.8
28.5
3.3
sig+
34
29.8
29.0
0.8
-
34
32.1
29.0
3.1
sig+
33
106
103
3.0
-
Writing cohort
school
national
difference
significance
35
28.9
27.3
1.6
-
35
29.4
27.5
1.9
sig+
34
29.8
27.9
1.9
sig+
34
31.4
28.2
3.2
sig+

 
GPS cohort
school
national
difference
significance
  35
30.6
28.0
2.6
sig+
34
31.1
28.6
2.5
sig+
34
31.8
29.1
2.7
sig+
33
105.0
104.0
1
-
Mathematics cohort
school
national
difference
significance
35
30.6
28.4
2.2
sig+
35
31.6
28.7
2.9
sig+
34
31.2
29.0
2.2
sig+
34
32.3
29.0
3.3
sig+
33
1.4
1.3
1
-


Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools and academies with pupils between the Foundation Stage and Year 6, on roll in January of each year, that are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years.  Each of these pupils attracts an amount of money for each financial year since they have been registered.  For details relating to current and previous designated amounts, and other recent information related to Pupil Premium, please click on the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-allocations/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-conditions-of-grant

Schools have the freedom to spend the pupil premium, in a variety of ways that they think will best support raising the achievement of funded pupils in comparison with their non-Pupil Premium peers within the school, whatever their academic starting point and potential.

In order to ensure that any child eligible for Pupil Premium is identified, the school communicates regularly with parents and carers to request they apply for this additional funding as it is not something schools are able to do themselves.  For the latest information on how to apply for the funding for Sutton residents, please follow the link below:

https://www.sutton.gov.uk/info/200468/housing_benefit_and_council_tax/1288/
pupil_premium_and_free_school_meals/2

Provision

Below are some of the ways in which All Saints supports children entitled to Pupil Premium across the school:

  • Additional Booster Groups and Interventions led by Teaching Assistants;
  • Additional small group teaching from senior leaders and other teachers;
  • Additional cover for Class Teachers to allow more individualised planning for pupils;
  • Financial support, where appropriate for extra-curricular activities; 
  • Financial support, where appropriate for educational visits or residential trips 
  • Contribution towards employing an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) who run regular interventions for many pupils including those in receipt of Pupil Premium;
  • Contributions to inspiring workshops
  • Individual adaptations to learning environments/arrangements.
  • Training courses for staff responsible for allocating and adapting provision.

 

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2011/2012

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2012/2013

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2013/2014

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2014/2015

Pupil Premium Expenditure 2015/2016

 

PE Statement and Sports Funding 

'All Saints Carshalton believes that physical education is an essential part of a child’s educational development. We strive to develop a balanced programme offering a variety of activities to enhance skills in physical education. Positive participation in physical education will enable children to build self-esteem, teamwork and positive attitudes in PE.'

We aim to:

  • Develop confidence, skills and knowledge;
  • Strive for excellence;
  • Be proud of achievements;
  • Promote fair play and respect;
  • Educate children to improve health and wellbeing;
  • Ensure opportunities offered are sustainable;
  • Provide quality opportunities for children outside of school time.

 

PE and Sports Grant 2013 2014

PE and Sports Grant 2014/2015

PE and Sports Grant 2015/2016

Action Plan 2016/2017

PE and Sports Grant 2016/17