The Staff and Governors of St Joseph’s are committed to ensuring that learning and teaching opportunities meet the needs of every pupil, so that everyone makes maximum progress and reaches their full potential.
We welcome and share the government’s aim of tackling all forms of disadvantage, and will work tirelessly to ensure inclusion and equal access for all learners.
We recognise that the pupil premium funding is allocated to children in receipt of free school meals, and that this is a means of addressing some of the issues associated with social disadvantage.
In particular by narrowing, and eventually closing, any gap in attainment. In making appropriate provision for this we also acknowledge that not all pupils in receipt of free school meals are socially disadvantaged.
We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals. We ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to any vulnerable group.
The Governors reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium Funding to support any pupil or groups of pupils the school has identified as needing additional support to improve their learning and/or well-being. Children looked after may also qualify for support from pupil premium.
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- Pupil Premium Policy
- Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact 2022-25
- Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact 2021-22
- Pupil Premium Strategy and Impact 2020-21
Covid catch-up funding
PE and Sports Premium
St Joseph’s School vision is deeply embedded in the teaching and learning of physical education and physical activity. We believe that all children should be inspired and motivated to build a foundation of physical and personal skills which they can take forward in order to lead active and healthy lifestyles.
Physical Education and Sport nurtures and celebrates individual talents and strengths, as well as developing perseverance and teamwork, which leads to improved confidence, focus and academic achievement.
Maintained schools are now required to publish salary information on any employee earning over £100,000 per annum.
The numbers of employees earning over £100,000 per annum: 0