Banks St Stephens C of E Primary School

Key Information


OFSTED School Performance and Data Dashboard

Click on the Links Below to view the School Performance Table and Data Dashboard.

You can always see how we compare to other schools by clicking on the Department for Education Website and accessing the School Performance Tables section.  Go to  http//www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=119384&superview=pri  for more Information.

To see our Data Dashboard for school results click the link below:

http://dashboard.ofsted.gov.uk/

 

 

KS2 Results July 2017

Last year was the first time that primary school aged children in England participated in the more rigorous SATs tests. Our results at Year 6 are detailed in the first table below:

Reading

Writing

GPS

Mathematics

Percentage of pupils achieving ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving greater than ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving greater than ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving greater than ARE

 

Percentage of pupils achieving ARE

Percentage of pupils achieving greater than ARE

 

58

 

 

8

 

 

38

 

 

8

 

 

50

 

 

21

 

 

46

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scale Scores:

Within Reading and Maths, children’s test scores were converted to a scale score. A school average was then calculated with a score of 100.0 being an expected standard.

 

Our Scale Scores are detailed below:

Average Scaled Score for the cohort

Reading

GPS

Mathematics

 

100

 

 

102

 

101

 

 

Progress Scores:

 

Within each subject children’s progress was measured from end of KS1 using average points score to end of KS2 using scaled scores.

Our Progress scores are detailed below:

Progress Score for each subject in the cohort

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 

0.7

 

-3.3

 

0.9

 

 

 

Pupil Premium 

What is the Pupil Premium?

This is funding given to schools for every child who has free school meals. The government provides this funding because it believes there is a strong link between the financial background of families and their children's achievement.

How does the school access the money?

School completes a census several times a year indicating how many children have free school meals. The funding is multiplied by the number of children.

How can I find out if my child is eligible for free school meals and the Pupil Premium?

Please ask at the office as we can answer your questions and help you apply for free school meals.

Can my child still benefit from the Pupil Premium even if they are on packed lunches?

If your family is eligible for free school meals but your child chooses to have packed lunches, school will still receive the Pupil Premium funding.

Will my child lose the Pupil Premium funding if they stop having free school meals?

No, the school continues to receive the funding for 6 years. If your child moves onto high school in that time, the high school would receive the continued funding. This is called EVER6 funding.

How has Banks St Stephen’s CE Primary School spent its Pupil Premium funding?

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Pupil Premium Policy

Pupil Premium Strategy

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding

How are we spending (or will spend) our PE and sport grant at Banks St Stephen’s CE Primary School?

The government has funded every school as part of the Olympic legacy to enable high quality Sport and Physical Exercise/Well-Being activities to be provided.

Total Sports Premium Allocation 2016-2017

£8585.00

Approach

Further Breakdown

Cost

Membership of West Lancashire School Sport Partnership

  • School Sport Specialist one day per week

£8305.75

  • High quality out of school hours coaching
  • Access to competitions (including School Games Qualifiers)
  • Access to AGT events
  • Access to Inclusion events
  • Additional swimming for Year 3

Other

  • Staff CPD and supply cover
  • Transport to events

£273.25

From September 2016 to July 2017 the sports grant was spent upon a variety of activities including.

  • Access to Level 1, 2 3 competitions, Football and Netball leagues, AGT and Inclusion festivals for KS1 & KS2
  • Participation in external sporting events (West Lancs Sports Partnership and local events)
    • KS1 AGT events
    • KS2 AGT events
    • KS1 sport inclusion events
    • KS2 sport inclusion events
    • Cross Country
    • Festival of Dance
    • Swimming Gala
    • Triathlon
    • KS2 Football
    • KS2 High 5’s
    • Sports Council
  • Contribution towards replenishment of playground resources to link with the Change for life materials
  • Release for PE subject leader to audit resources and organise sports events.
  • PE Resources - including maintenance of large gym equipment
  • Welfare staff hours to organise/run zoning activities on for half an hour each lunchtime 
  • Releasing staff to attend inter-school events (West Lancs Sports Partnership)

Other events which have taken place/will take place which do not require funding

  • Football training (free to parents) - run by teachers
  • High 5’s training (free to parents) - run by teaching assistants and parents
  • Dance Club (free to parents) - run by parents and teaching assistants
  • Dance club  (paid by parents)
  • TARDiS swimming gala (West Lancs Sports Partnership)
  • Friendly football matches against local schools
  • After school netball and football clubs

Impact

  • Opportunities to take part in competitive sport including football and netball friendly matches, athletics; competitive events through West Lancs Sports Partnership.
  • Increased opportunities for all children to take part in active games at lunchtime (Change4life/Zoning activities either on field or playgrounds)
  • Silver Sportsmark achieved
  • Improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across different aspects of P.E. including gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, net/wall games and invasion games at the foundation stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
  • Increase in the number of clubs/ extra-curricular activities offered to children from all classes from Year 1 - Year 6 (i.e. Cricket, football, netball, dance) – after school and at lunchtime
  • Increase in attendance at the clubs/extra-curricular activities offered to the children
  • Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports (i.e. hockey) and expertise (qualified coaches)
  • evidence of pupils joining out-of-school sports clubs as a result of the coaching and experiences offered within school
  • Improved attitude towards sporting activities, especially from children who have previously been less active

Our allocated sports grant for this year will be £16000 plus £10 per pupil on roll.

From September 2017 to July 2018 the sports grant will be spent upon a variety of activities including:

  • Access to Level 1, 2 3 competitions, Football and Netball leagues, AGT and Inclusion festivals for KS1 & KS2
  • Coaching for “Balanceability”, Bikeability Y6and other Bolt On Activities being offered by West Lancs Sports Partnership including Character Development, Forest Schools and Outdoor and Adventurous Activities.
  • Participation in external sporting events (West Lancs Sports Partnership)
    • KS1 AGT events
    • KS2 AGT events
    • KS1 sport inclusion events
    • KS2 sport inclusion events
    • Cross Country
    • Festival of Dance
    • Swimming Gala
    • Triathlon
    • KS2 Football
    • KS2 High 5’s
    • Sports Council
  • After school clubs (running for 5 weeks for each sport throughout the year) - run by West Lancs Sports Partnership coaches - hockey, gymnastics, dance, rugby, cricket, tennis and orienteering. All clubs free to parents and will be for a variety of year groups.
  • Participation in WLSSP football and netball medium school league (matches)
  • Release for PE subject leader to audit resources and organise sports events.
  • Additional swimming sessions for Year 4.
  • Welfare staff hours to organise/run zoning activities on both playgrounds for half an hour each lunchtime.
  • Releasing teacher (supply required) to attend inter-school events (West Lancashire Sports Partnership) or staff training

Other events which will take place which do not require funding

  • Football training (free to parents) - run by teachers
  • High 5’s training (free to parents) - run by teaching assistants and parents
  • Dance Club (free to parents) - run by parents and teaching assistants
  • Dance club  (paid by parents)
  • TARDiS swimming gala (West Lancs Sports Partnership)
  • Friendly football matches against local schools

After school netball and football clubs