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Quotes from the June 2017 Ofsted report- The Catholic ethos is central to school life || As a result, the work to develop pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural education is good || Pupils are well cared for || They know how to stay safe both inside and outside school || Behaviour both in lessons and about the school is good || Pupils treat each other and adults with respect,- Ofsted June 2017


'Together we step out in faith, weathering the storms that may challenge us, confident that Christ is with us and united as a holy family.'

It is within this context that our Pupil Premium statement is written. We recognise that the Pupil Premium grant is a key resource in ensuring that every child irrespective of background or ability realises their full potential – spiritually, academically, socially, morally and culturally, so that they can ‘increase in wisdom and grace’.

The Pupil Premium Grant is paid to schools for pupils who are recorded as being eligible for Free School Meals in the last 6 years, who are Looked After, under Special Guardianship or who have a parent serving in the Armed Forces.

Please pdfclick here to see Pupil Premium strategy statement for 2017/18

The impact of the Pupil Premium grant on outcomes for pupils and on their behaviour, safety and personal development is tracked and reported each half term to the School Development Committee of the Governing Body.

The Governing Body receive a report annually in December from the Headteacher on the allocation of the Pupil Premium for the current academic year and the impact of the allocation from the previous academic year on outcomes for pupils and on their personal development and well-being.