logo At st george we aspire to become all that god has created us to be ........pupil progress at St george is in the top 2% nationally and is among the top 100 out of 6,382 schools across the uk.......Best Ever GCSE RESULTS in 2017 .... 77% 4 - 9 In English and Maths ....... 51% 5-9 in English and maths...  
 
     
Pupil Premium Grant Information for Parents
Academic Year 2016/2017

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is allocated to schools for disadvantaged children recorded as Ever 6 FSM, Service children, Looked After Children and Post Looked After Children. The grant is allocated for the financial year.

Students on Roll 720
Students eligible for Pupil Premium Year 7 = 43 students (17 girls +26 boys)
Year 8 = 47 students (11 girls + 36 Boys)
Year 9 = 40 students (13 girls + 27 boys)
Year 10 = 29 students (11 girls + 18 boys)
Year 11 = 22 students
Total 181 students
25.1%
Funding received £165,150


Pupil Premium Spending

Interventions

Cost £

Comment on Interventions

Curriculum Interventions 64,133 Narrowing the gap and enabling PPS to reach expected levels. 1:1 support, small groups tuition, homework guidance/help, booster classes, dedicated TAS in departments, after school classes / Saturday classes / holiday classes /additional qualifications .
English/Maths Interventions 9,015 Tutor time / interviews with students /whole school intervention meetings
Off site interventions to motivate students and help to reach expected GCSE grades.
Improving literacy across the curriculum, emphasis on reading at tutor time, book days: authors invited to school/whole school literacy day/ Saints foundation interventions.
Inclusion 80.273 Removing behavioural barriers that prevent learning in mainstream education.
Retaining students on site for a more consistent follow-up on progress and pastoral care. Home tutoring/outreach tutor/ after school sessions. Dedicated key-workers.
Pastoral 9,529 Monitoring progress and targeting effective support. Assistant Progress Leaders to help Progress Leaders. Well being meetings.
CPD 249 Training inclusion staff to understand and meet the needs of students (ELSA training/Dyslexia/Nurture Group). Catch up literacy and numeracy courses.
Trips 896 Creating an inclusive school where access to trips is possible for all.
Personal Interventions
Uniform/PE Kit
844 Removing barriers to enable participation and enjoyment by all. Clubs after school / breakfast club
Transport 477 Facilitating transport to and from school
Funding
165,150
165,416  

KS3

National 2015
English
Maths
% on or above target at KS4
PPI
57
49
Non PPI
74
72
Gap
-17
-23

Year 9 (T3B) 2017/2018
English
Maths
NOR
% on or above target
PPI
62.5
62.5
24
Non PPI
86.8
84.0
106
Gap
-24
-22

Year 8 (T3B) 2018/2019
English
Maths
NOR
% on or above target
PPI
66
61
41
Non PPI
72
72
101
Gap
-6
-11

Year 7 (T3B) 2019/2020
English
Maths
NOR
% on or above target
PPI
50
69
48
Non PPI
77
85
115
Gap
-27
-16

KS4

Disadvantaged students made outstanding progress in 2016

  Saint George National
Attainment 8 Progress 8 Basics Attainment 8 Progress 8 Basics
Disadvantaged All 55.08 0.6 72 48.4 -0.03 59.0
Disadvantaged 48.83 0.46 52.5 39.6 -0.38 41.2
Non-disadvantaged 58.76 0.68 83.8 51.4 0.11 65.2