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Pupil Premium 10:10 Programme

 

The KCSP Pupil Premium 10:10 Programme

St John: Chapter 10, Verse 10:
 ‘I have come that they may have life,
and have it to the full.’

 

The KCSP Pupil Premium Strategy recognises that pupils in receipt of the pupil premium funding do not always have access to the wider cultural and spiritual opportunities that more advantaged pupils do.

 

The 10:10 programme has been implemented in all KCSP academies to address this and to ensure that all pupils, including the most vulnerable and disadvantaged, “may have life, and have it to the full.”

 

At St Teresa's Catholic Primary School, our provision for this programme is that, during their 7 years as a pupil of St Teresa's, every child will:

  • Enjoy outings across a wide range of environments.
  • Learn to swim 25 metres and to ride a bike safely on the road.
  • Represent the school in an event.
  • Prepare and share a meal.
  • Take part in a production every year.
  • Know how to stay safe both in the real world and online.
  • Explore the school grounds to learn about God and nature.
  • Become money wise.
  • Be inspired by opportunities to explore their musical talents.
  • Meet someone who inspires them through their life experiences.

 

 

The staff of St Teresa's, across the course of this year, alongside our wider school community, will look at our whole school plan in order to effectively provide these excellent and inspirational opportunities for all of our children.

St Teresa's Catholic School Pupil Premium Strategy
 

Pupil Premium funding is a government initiative designed to target resources to those pupils deemed to be from a disadvantaged background. Specifically, the disadvantaged Pupil Premium money is provided to schools for pupils who were eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point over the past 6 years, those children who have been looked after continuously for at least 6 months (CLA) or adopted from care.

 

For the year 2021-2022 the Ever 6 FSM Pupil Premium has a value of £1345 per eligible pupil in primary education. 

 

Schools receive £2,345 for those children who have been looked after continuously for at least 6 months (CLA) or adopted from care. The CLA premium is managed by the designated virtual school head (VSH) in the LA that looks after the child and should be used to deliver to the looked-after child’s educational needs as described in their personal education plan. Schools receive a single higher payment when a pupil is both CLA or adopted from care and Ever 6 FSM.

 

School level numbers and percentages shown in this review are those relating pupils eligible for the Ever 6 FSM element of the deprivation Pupil Premium Grant.

 

Neither the government or any government agency has dictated how Ever 6 Pupil Premium monies should be spent but it is clear the money should be used to promote strategies which narrow the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils, and which enable eligible pupils to thrive, particularly if they demonstrate high ability.


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