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School Data and Statistics

Year Six SATs Results

2018

(National Average in Brackets)
SATs Test - Reading 

Reaching Expected Standard 64% (75%)
Above Expected Standard 19%
Average Scale Score 103
National Scale Score 105
Average Progress Score -4.6

SATs Test Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation 

Reaching Expected Standard 79% (78%)
Above Expected Standard 40%
Average Scale Score 108
National Scale Score 106

Writing (Teacher Assessment) 

Reaching Expected Standard 42% (78%)
Above Expected Standard 2%
Average Scale Score N/A
National Scale Score N/A
Average Progress Score -9

SATs Test - Mathematics

Reaching Expected Standard 70% (76%)
Above Expected Standard 17%
Average Scale Score 103
National Scale Score 104
Average Progress Score -4.1

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

Reaching Expected Standard 37% (64%)
Above Expected Standard 2%
Average Scale Score N/A
National Scale Score N/A

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Please follow the link below for additional performance information.

 

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/103168/birches-green-junior-school

For last years results click the link below:

Pupil Premium Money 2018/2019

PUPIL PREMIUM MONEY ALLOCATION 2018/2019

The Pupil Premium Grant remains at £1,320 per identified pupil

111 pupils eligible 49.8%

The Governors had a Pupil Premium Review last year. The decision on how to allocate the PP money was as follows:

HUMAN RESOURCES:

Part time PP Teacher 3 days per week to work with identified children in order to close the gap for those children and get them to ARE

Behaviour support COBS – Ashbourne Centre                                 

Behaviour support Beacon                                   

Booster Groups – Additional 1-1 or small group tuition year 6                     

Ed Psych – as required for identified pupils                                       

Family Support Worker  - his case load are mainly PP children         

PP Reading Volunteer    - twice weekly to read with identified PP children

Mentoring – lunchtime mentors to work with identified PP children

LANGUAGE AND LIFE EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES

The majority of children have poor language skills and motivation. Life experiences are based on and around the estate. Therefore they need many opportunities to improve life experiences and language skills.

Creative Curriculum – workshops, days out etc                                  

Residential Visits                                                 

Forest School                                                       

Life Caravan                                                       

Music Tuition                                                      

Transport and Travel                                            

Minibus                                                               

PP Reserves these are kept for individual needs for counselling etc. as the needs arise.    

The Pupil Premium Review will take place at the end of the school year 2019 to assess the effectiveness of the spending.                                        

For archive data click the link below:

Attendance

Attendance is monitored on a regular basis. Every school day is important in the life of a child. We are aiming for 95% or above for every child. Many children actually manage 100% attendance! If your child is absent for any reason please either telephone the Secretary on the day of absence or write a letter to explain the absence. The school monitors unauthorised absences, attendance that falls below 90% and persistent absences. These issues will be followed up by a home visit.

Holidays

Holidays in term time are not permitted. If there are exceptional circumstances which require you to remove your child from school for a designated period please fill in the appropriate form which is available from the secretary (the form can also be downloadedHERE).

Late Arrivals

Children should be in school for the start of the school day. The names of latecomers will be recorded and parents will be invited in to discuss their child's lateness if it persists.

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