Reports, Standards, Pupil Premium and PE & Sports Premium
Please click here to download our latest Section 48 (faith insepction) report
School Performance Tables
Please click this link to view the achievement and attainment tables from The Department of Education for NCJPS. These show our progress scores in reading, writing and maths
Pupil Premium Grant
The Pupil Premium Grant is designed that funding to tackle disadvantaged reaches the children who need it most. The funding is allocated to children from Reception to Year 6 who are eligible for Free School Meal (FSM), who are looked after or who have parents in the armed forces. See file below for more details.
What is Sports Premium?
Sports Premium is funding allocated to schools from the Government. The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. Allocations for the academic year are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, as recorded in the January census of the previous year:
- NCJPS received £17,990 for the year 2018-19
Sports Premium Information 2018/19
How can schools use the funding?
The premium must be spent by schools on making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles
How will schools be held to account for the funding?
Since September 2013, Ofsted inspections report on PE and sport provision and on how schools spend their additional funding. Schools are accountable and have been required to publish, since April 2014, on their websites, details of how they spend (or will spend) their PE and sport grant. They must also include detail about the impact this funding has on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment. Paragraph 139 of Ofsted’s School Inspection Handbook explains that, in judging the quality of leadership in, and management of, a school, inspectors should monitor and evaluate: ‘... how well the school uses the new primary school sport funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of
This year we will use the funding to:
Buy into a Super Coach Programme from Progressive Sports, which will:
- involve the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
- raise the profile of PE and sport across the school
- increase confidence, knowledge and skills of staff in teaching PE and Sport
- provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities to all pupils
- increase competition opportunities
This programme also enables North Cheshire to provide one after school activity, which will be free to 16 pupils each week
This programme also provides a lunchtime club, which will be a girls’ football club.
School will also use the funding to continue to provide a whole day of PE lessons provided by Progressive Sports. Each class will have a lesson/term provided by our regular coach from Progressive Sports. Activities are likely to include:
|Year 1||multi skills|
|Year 2||hockey and multi skills|
|Year 3||football and hockey|
|Year 4||dodgeball and football|
|Year 5||dodgeball and athletics|
|Year 6||health related fitness, dodgeball and football|
The funding will continue to provide a coach for Key Stage 1 pupils one lunchtime each week. The coach varies the activities depending on the age group. Football coaching is provided for our Year 3/4 and 5/6 footballers.
We continue to buy into the Stockport Schools Partnership at the basic level, which enables us to compete in a variety of competitions.
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.
We would expect indicators of such improvement to include:
- the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
- the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- increased participation in competitive sport.