Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure


Narrowing the gap for those pupils not on track to achieve Age Related Expectations at end of Key Stages.

Barriers to learning include poor oral language skills and emotional independence. Although behaviour is excellent, we aim to further develop pupils’ communication skills and increase their confidence to become independent and proactive learners. We have a rigorous approach to raising standards using Inspire Maths, Talk for Writing, Super Sentences, Philosophy for Children, Read, Write Inc. and Inference Reading. A creative, skills-based curriculum is further enriched through our curriculum drivers and SMSC. Interventions are carefully planned and flexible. We have strong pastoral team and community links are very strong.

The headteacher reports regularly to the LMB’s Raising Achievement Committee:

  • Progress made towards narrowing the gap by year group for socially disadvantaged pupils
  • The provision that was made during the term since the last meeting

The cost effectiveness, in terms of the progress made by the pupils receiving a particular provision, when compared with other forms of support.

Mission Statement

Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School is an educational, faith community founded on Gospel values where all members are seen as made in God’s image and loved by God. Everyone is valued and respected as a unique, special and gifted individual. We encourage success to develop confident, effective learning. We aim to instil creativity and to inspire curiosity. We hold the conviction that people have an unbelievable capacity to achieve great things.

We want to treat each other as we would like others to treat us. We strive to be a happy school, a holy school, an inclusive school and an improving school, with everyone working as a teamWe endeavour to build caring and supportive partnerships between school, home, parish and the wider community so strengthening an atmosphere of trust, friendship and respect.

We make our Mission Statement explicit during lessons, discussion times, assemblies, display around the school and through regular reference to the following statement.

‘Love One Another as I Have Loved You’

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