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DIARY DATES

18/10/17 - Eagles Trip to Eden Camp

19/10/17 - Y5/6 Campsmount Open Evening

20/10/17 - Non uniform day - dress in blue to support Anti-Bullying (£1 please)

20/10/17 - School Closes

30/10/17 - School Opens

01/11/17 - Reception and Nursery Parent Information Session @ 14:30

06/11/17 - Pupil Photographs

08/11/17 - Lions Trip to Ledston

Wc 20/11/17 - Parents evenings

23/11/17 - Non uniform day - Christmas tombola donations please!

25/11/17 - Christmas Fair @ 12:00-15:00 

30/11/17 - Bags 2 School Collection

01/12/17 - Starfish and Dolphins Trip to Eureka

11/12/17 - Christmas service at church 

13/12/17 - EYFS nativity @2pm

14/12/17 - KS1 nativity @2pm 

20/12/17 - KS2 Christmas carol singalong in the hall 

16/01/18 - Y5 and Y6 SATS Parent Information Session @ 15:45

23/01/18 - Y2 SATS Parent Information Session @ 15:45

30/01/18 - Y1 Phonics Parent Information Session @ 15:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTICES 

If you would like to place an order for Christmas Cards designed by your child, follow the instructions on the order form, and hand back original artwork and forms to the school office no later than Thursday 19th October.

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There are just 12 spaces remaining on our Bewerley Park residential trip next year - make sure you secure your spot by logging onto Parentpay today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium and other vulnerable groups

The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years.

The government believes that the pupil premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.

The governorment also provides funding for those pupils who are classed as Looked after (LAC) or in Military families.

 Pupil premium funding for 2016/2017

 Pupil premium funding for 2015/2016

 

% progress for SEN children at Kirk Smeaton compared to National data

 

Maths

Expected

Nat

Exp

Maths

Exc

Nat exce

Reading

Exp

Nat

Exp

Reading

Exc

Nat exc

Writing

Exp

Nat

Exp

Writing Exc

Writing ExC NAT

SPAG

Exp

Nat

Exp

SPAG exc

Nat Exc

Combined

Exp

Nat

Exp

Combined exc

Nat exc

Year 2

33%

30%

0%

3.6%

33%

29%

0%

4%

33%

19.6%

0%

1.5%

 

 

 

 

33%

16%

0%

1%

Year 6

33%

31%

0%

3.2%

66%

29%

0%

4.5%

33%

28%

0%

2%

33%

27.7%

0%

3.6%

33%

13%

0%

0%

All SEN pupils achieve well at expected level.  We need to develop the exceeding levels.

 

 

% progress for Pupil premium children at Kirk Smeaton compared to National data.

 

Maths

Expected

Nat

Exp

Maths

Exc

Nat exce

Reading

Exp

Nat

Exp

Reading

Exc

Nat exc

Writing

Exp

Nat

Exp

Writing Exc

Writing Exc

SPAG

Exp

Nat

Exp

SPAG exc

Nat Exc

Combined

Exp

Nat

Exp

Combined exc

Nat exc

Year 2

0%

57%

0%

8.5%

0%

59%

0%

12%

0%

50%

0%

5.6%

 

 

 

 

0%

44%

0%

3.4%

Year 6

/

52.7%

/

7%

/

48%

/

8%

/

58.7%

/

7%

/

55%

/

11%

/

 

/

 

FSM is such a small number of pupils it is hard to show progress.  Last year we have 100% pupil premium achieving.

 

 

% progress for Boys children at Kirk Smeaton compared to National data.

 

Maths

Expected

Nat

Exp

Maths

Exc

Nat exce

Reading

Exp

Nat

Exp

Reading

Exc

Nat exc

Writing

Exp

Nat

Exp

Writing Exc

Writing Exc

SPAG

Exp

Nat

Exp

SPAG exc

Nat Exc

Combined

Exp

Nat

Exp

Combined exc

Nat exc

Reception

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 2

25%

71%

25%

19%

37.5%

70%

0%

20%

25%

58.6%

0%

9.6%

 

 

 

 

25%

55%

0

7.5

Year 6

75%

69.8%

25%

15%

75%

62%

50%

16%

87.5%

67.7%

50%

10.7%

62.5%

67%

25%

18%

62.5

49

25

6

Boys in KS2 have achieved well is every area, but could have achieved better in SPAG.

Boys in KS1 did not achieve well in comparison to National.

 

% progress for Girls children at Kirk Smeaton compared to National data.

 

Maths

Expected

Nat

Exp

Maths

Exc

Nat exce

Reading

Exp

Nat

Exp

Reading

Exc

Nat exc

Writing

Exp

Nat

Exp

Writing Exc

Writing Exc

SPAG

Exp

Nat

Exp

SPAG exc

Nat Exc

Combined

Exp

Nat

Exp

Combined exc

Nat exc

Reception

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 2

66.7%

73.6%

33%

13%

100%

78.5%

33%

27%

83%

72%

33%

17%

 

 

 

 

66.7%

65.7%

0

7.5

Year 6

42.9%

69.6%

14%

18%

71.4%

69.6%

0%

21.6%

57%

80.6%

14.3%

18.8%

62.5%

67%

25%

26%

28.6

57%

0

4.6

Girls in KS1 achieve well in all areas, but more work is needed in maths.

Girls in KS2 achieve in reading, but in no other areas. 

 

 

Information for the whole school of children on track

 

Reading

National Y6

Writing

National Y6

Maths

National Maths Y6

Girls

93%

69%

91%

80%

84%

69%

Boys

64%

61%

62%

67%

69%

69%

SEND (not target)

22%

28%

15%

28%

33%

31%

PP

75%

48%

75%

58%

75%

52%