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Summerseat Methodist Primary School Rowlands Road, Summerseat, Bury
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School Results

Information about the school's academic performance can be accessed from the Department for Education by clicking the link below:

Department for Education - School and Local Statistics

 

2016 Results - Key Stage Two

Area

School % 2016

Key Stage 2

 

Reading, Writing, Maths Combined

60

Reading, Writing, Maths Greater Depth Combined

6.7

Reading Expected

80

Reading Greater Depth

13

Reading Average Scaled Score

103

Reading progress

-0.42

Writing Expected

80

Writing Greater Depth

33.3

Writing progress

1.668

Maths Expected

60

Maths Greater Depth

6.7

Maths Average scaled Score

100.8

Maths progress

-2.866

GPS Expected

80

GPS Greater depth

6.7

GPS Average Scaled Score

101.9

 

Sports Grant funding


Sports Grant 2015/2016
The sports development grant of £4906 was spent in the Autumn & Spring  term on:

  • Purchasing resources with a view on improving children’s interest and participation in sports
  • Subsidising after school clubs
  • Coaching for KS1 & KS2 Pupils each week 
  • Developing practice with local clubs including Brooksbottom cricket club

As a result of this Summerseat Methodist were awarded the Sainsbury's Silver award in November 2015 as recognition of the quality of sports and attendance at competitions.  Our girls cricket team represented Bury in the Greater Manchester finals.

 Spring term

  • KS2 netball after school club - part funded by school
  • KS1 Dance after school club - supported by sports grant funding
  • Ks1 Gymnastics after school club.
  • All classes also receive specialist gymnastics coaching as part of their weekly PE provision
  • Spring term 2
  • KS1 will be taught multi skills this term.

Pupil Premium

The funding known as "Pupil Premium" is allocated to schools according to the number of children in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM).

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 (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’

In 2015/2016 this additional funding of £12,120 will  be allocated to:

£4,143 to class 2 to fund additional phonics teaching and 1:1 and small group intervention across the curriculum
£2000 to appoint a pastoral worker and support the building of resources
£1381 to increase staffing to assist with the Teaching & learning of children in the outdoor area
£1,030 for increased HLTA support in class 3 to teach spelling

£540 for 1:1 access to the reading volunteers service for 3 children, twice a week.

Pupil Premium funding will be used to support maths teaching in KS2 and provide lunchtime clubs everyday during Spring and Summer term. Cost £2992

Pupil Premium funding also supports pupils from Summerseat atttending "the Wednesday Project" at the Ark Pupil Learning Centre. This is a chance for children to learn new skills, develop confidence and establish friendships in an educational setting.

Our focus will be to continue to improve the progress of our KS1 pupils and their phonics understanding. We will continue to use the PP funding to secure additional TA hours in this area.
Data identifies this as being successful 2012 (20%), 2013 (69%) 2014 (80%) 2015 (77%)