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ST PATRICK’S PRIMARY SCHOOL, Hilltown

ANNUAL REPORT

To Parents

By the Board of Governors


2014/2015
Progress through partnership
Dear Parents,
It is my pleasure to present to you the Annual Governors Report for the academic year 2014 - 2015. It has been another very busy and successful year. In September 2014 the Department of Education announced an increase in our approved enrolment from 280 to 309. The process of working to secure additional classroom accommodation for our increased pupil numbers has been on-going throughout the year. Additional accommodation was provided for the school through the building of a new office and new Hygiene Room.
At the beginning of the year Mr Shay Flanagan joined the permanent teaching staff.

The end of the school year brought changes with the retirement of Mrs Kathleen Cousins as Principal along with Mrs Marion Murphy and Mrs Ann Mc Conville as class teachers. Miss Una Lawless was appointed as Principal and Mrs Orla Reavey was appointed as Vice-Principal with effect from 1st September 2015.


Our vision for St Patrick’s is that every child will reach their full potential; that their years here will be fulfilling and rewarding and that our school will play an important role in the life of the community of Hilltown. Our school motto is ‘Progress through Partnership’. This partnership consists of the Board of Governors, the staff, the pupils and parents all working together to ensure that our children receive the best education possible. We continue to work hard to provide high standards of Pastoral Care and lots of extra opportunities for our children to grow and develop.
In 2014 – 2015 we again received DENI funding for Extended Schools which enabled us to provide many after-school Programmes and activities for our pupils. These activities included Football, Hurling, Camogie, Music, Maths and Lexia. Our pupils benefited from the many extra-curricular activities arranged.
We, the Governors acknowledge and congratulate our hard working staff. We thank you, the parents, for your support and encouragement of the teaching and learning and all other events in St Patrick’s. We look forward to continuing this partnership with you in the future.
Yours faithfully

Eugene Byrne

Chairman of the Board of Governors


BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2014 - 2015

Chairman Mr Eugene Byrne
Secretary Mrs Kathleen Cousins
Transferor (Trustee) Representatives
Fr Jarlath Cushenan

Mrs Anne Marie O’Hagan

Mr John O’Hagan

Mr Jayme Farrell



DENI Representative Mr Eugene Byrne

SELB Representatives Mr Declan Fitzpatrick

Mrs Grainne Killen



Parent Representative Mrs Agnes Morris

Teacher Representative Miss Una Lawless

Principal Mrs Kathleen Cousins

Annual Attendance Rate
The annual attendance for the year 2014-2015 was 95.6%
School Admissions
2011-12 36

2012-13 45

2013-14 55

2014-15 51



THE SCHOOL IN THE COMMUNITY

The close links with the GAA continued in the year 2014-2015. We used the GAA grounds and clubrooms for training, playing matches, the Connor McConville tournament and Sports Day. Our football team had a very successful year, being runners-up in the Canon Esler Shield and the Cumann na mBunscoil league.


The Primary 7 children visited St Mark’s for an activity day on Friday 5th December and again on June 5th for an Induction day. Pupils in P.3 took part in the Tesco, Newry educational programme ‘Farm to Fork’. P.3 pupils also benefitted from the SPACE Active team providing sports and activities as part of their personal development programme.
The School Choir sang on the ‘Children in Need’ television programme in November and at the switching on of the Christmas Tree lights in the village in December. Mr Mc Greevy from St Colman’s gave Science lessons to our P6 and P7 pupils. Teachers organised a number of educational trips throughout the year for all the classes.
The close links between our Parish Priest, Fr Cushenan, the Parish and the school continued with Masses being celebrated at the beginning of the school year on Friday 12th September and the leavers Mass on Tuesday 16th June 2015. Throughout the year the children attended Mass on feast days, to celebrate ‘Catholic Schools Week’ and the special Children’s Mass for Holy Communion and Confirmation children on 7th June. Our Parish/school Annual Carol Service took place on Thursday 18th December in St John’s Church Ballymaghery. Preparation for the Sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation remain a vital part of school life. Primary 4 took part in the ‘Do This in Memory’ Programme.

Teachers and pupils worked closely with the teachers and pupils from St Paul’s Cabra to prepare for the sacrament of Confirmation.


The Recycling Initiative continued with the firm OSM. Old clothes and textiles were collected and £246.00 was raised for school funds.


CLUBS
We continued to provide Thursday afternoon clubs. Between 2pm and 3pm children from P5 to P7 were divided into groups of approximately 12 and were given taster sessions in Cooking, Science, Technology, Conversational Irish, Sewing, Heartstart, Irish dancing, Technology, Handball and French. Mr Des McNeill helped to coach the boys and girls in Handball. The clubs proved very popular with the boys and girls.


SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT DAYS 2014 - 2015

Tuesday 26th August 2014

Senior Leadership Team Meeting, WAU Meeting, Medical Training


Wednesday 27th August 2014

ACE Team deliver training in ‘Building Blocks of Childhood Development’

Pastoral Care/Arts Team Meetings
Thursday 28th August 2014

Whole staff meeting – Curriculum Planning


Friday 29th August 2014

Class Preparation/Literacy and Numeracy Team Meetings


Monday 29th June 2015

Analysis of PIE/PIM results


Wednesday 29th October 2014

Post-Transformation training ICT

Introduction to Understanding Difficulties in Literacy Development
Monday 5th January 2015

Continuation of training in Understanding Difficulties in Literacy Development


Wednesday 18th February 2015

Planning for Progression in Use of Spelling Strategies throughout school


Wednesday 18th March 2015

Continuation of training in Understanding Difficulties in Literacy Development


Wednesday 27th May 2015

Report Writing/Marking of PIE and PIM tests



SCHOOL COUNCIL
The School Council continued to implement many worthwhile initiatives. The members of the School Council for the year 2014 - 2015 were:
Primary 7 Dan Rafferty, Rosie McCann, Georgia Lavery, Oisin Logan

Primary 6 Rianna Grant, Eoin Devlin

Primary 5 Niamh Mc Sherry, Grace Clancy

Primary 4 Keely Farrell, Dara Fitzpatrick


These pupils listened to the voice of all the boys and girls in the school and worked with Ms Mc Neill to ensure that positive changes were made to school life.

They also helped by taking the lead in our Christmas Concerts and St Patrick’s Day celebrations and by organising fundraising activities to help raise money for Trócaire.



BOOK FAIR
The Annual Book Fair took place between Thursday 20th February and Thursday 27th February 2015. This event was very successful with £1058 raised to buy books for the Accelerated Reading Programme. Many parents came to school to help their children pick books. Our primary 7 pupils organised the sale of the books, ordering of the books and the general running of the Book Fair.
SPORT IN ST PATRICK’S
Football

Our school participates in the school league and the Canon Esler Competition. The Canon Esler competition is played in the first term and our team reached the semi-final stage. The school team also reached the final of the football league, being narrowly beaten by Burren. The Connor McConville Tournament was another successful event with eighteen teams competing. Three teams from our school took part. The A team reached the semi-finals but were beaten by Burren


Hurling and Camogie

Our school Hurling and Camogie teams participated in the Indoor competitions and in the outdoor Qualifiers rounds.


Multi-Sports

Mark Doran (MD Coaching) coached a variety of sports as part of our Extended Schools Programme. This was a very popular programme with the children. Mark took Tag Rugby as part of our fun skills Sports Day.


Down Football Coaching

Ambrose Rogers came to the school to develop Gaelic football skills from September to February. The boys and girls in Primary 6 and 7 received this fantastic opportunity to be coached by Ambrose.


Ulster Fundamental Coaching

Ciaran Murtagh, Ulster Coach, came every Wednesday morning and coached Fundamental skills to the two Primary 1 classes and the Primary 2 classes.


Girls Football

Last year the girls team entered in the girls football competition. They won their section and unfortunately got beaten after extra time in the semi-finals.


Gymnastics

Stephanie was available throughout the year and all classes got the opportunity to participate in a 6 week blocks of Gymnastics.



Sports Day

This was organised as partly Fun Games and partly competitive so that all pupils could participate fully.




MUSIC IN ST PATRICK’S

November 2014
Several pupils took part successfully in the Scor Competition held in our School Assembly Hall.
16th and 17th December 2014
Our Annual Christmas Concert featured Key Stage 1 pupils performing a traditional Nativity Play supported by the school choir. Key Stage 2 pupils performed ‘Aladdin’.
18th – 28th February 2015
Pupils competed at Warrenpoint Feis with great success: School Choir 1st Place in Primary School Choir U12 and 1st place in U12 Hymn singing.
Traditional Music Group

1st place and Fr Tom McConville Cup


Solo Singing Prizewinners

Louise Reavey, Caoimhe McConville, Jack McGreevy, Niamh McSherry, Ava Don, Minny Don, Cian Wilson, Darragh Magee, Cara McCormick, Niamh Mc Conville, Grace Clancy, Faye Magee, Ailill Morris, Brianna McClean, Keely Farrell, Kennedy Dinsmore, Emma Mc Cormick, Erynne Devlin, Caitlin Fitzpatrick, Eddie Clancy, Anna Crosbie, Clara Grant, Ellen Mc Kay, Codie Morgan, Katie Mc Givern, Aoife Trainor


Tin Whistle Solo Prizewinners

Erin Morgan, Grace Clancy, Rianna Grant, Eveagh Kelly, Katie Mc Coy, Eoin Devlin



Speech and Drama

Solo Feis Winners 2014
Molly Mc Coy, Ailill Morris, Danny Mc Logan, Daithi Sloan, Lorcan Matthews, Louise Reavey, Brian Mc Greevy, Cian Mc Conville, Dara Fitzpatrick, Tiarnan Mc Grath, Cara Mc Cormick, Darragh O’Hare, Emma Mc Cormick, Jack Mc Greevy, Rosie Mc Coy, Eddie Clancy, Brianna Mc Clean, Clodagh Kelly, Conor Ward, Harry Mc Greevy, Darragh Magee, Katie Mc Coy, Una Fearon, Eoin Crosbie, Grace Kelly, Ryan Ferris, Rhianna Mc Kenna, Blathnaid Morris, Meabh Mc Polin, Corynne Branagan, Fionn Matthews, Charlie Morgan, Evan Mc Conville, Patrick Carvill, Eveagh Kelly, Ellen Shields, Katie Mc Givern

CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2014 - 2015
TERM 1
9th September P3 Information Evening

10th September P4 Information Evening

11th September P7 Information Evening

12th September Mass for beginning of school year

16th September P5 Information Evening

17th September Irish begins for P2, P3, P4

17th September P2 Information Evening

18th September P6 Information Evening

19th September Non-Uniform Day

25th September Renewable Energy lessons by Paula Davison

26th September Modern Languages Day – Assembly by P.6

29th September P7 Parent/Teacher Meetings

13th October All pupils receive ’flu vaccine

15th October Cancer Focus for P1 and P2 pupils

15th October Fire Safety for P5 and P3 pupils

20th October ‘Stranger Danger’ for P1 and P2

8th November OSM Recycling

9th November Scor Competition in Assembly Hall

13th November Science lessons P6 Mr Mc Greevy St Colmans

14th November Science lessons P6 Mr Mc Greevy St Colmans

14th November Choir sing on BBC TV programme ‘Children in Need’

17th – 23rd Nov Antibullying Week

19th November 1st year BEd student on observation in P3 class

20th November Science lessons P6 Mr Mc Greevy St Colmans

20th November Parent Teacher meetings

28th November Cultural Diversity talk to parents of P1 and P2 children

2nd December Mr Kevin Martin St Louis’ G.S. visit P7

5th December P7’s visit St Mark’s H.S.

9th December P1 and P2 trip to Armagh: ‘Christmas through the Ages’

9th December P3 trip to Newry Museum: ‘A Victorian Christmas’

11th December Christmas Dinner

15th December Playgroup watch Nativity Play

16th /17th December Christmas Concert

18th December Carol Service in St John’s Ballymaghery


TERM 2
6th January 2015 All pupils attend mass for Feast of the Epiphany

12th January Mr Ronan Ruddy Abbey Grammar School visits P7

15th January Fire Safety talk for P5

19th January Shape and Space Week

20th January P7 Safety Issues with PSNI

21st January Mr McKinny St Colman’s visit P6/7

23rd January Catherine McKeever St Malachy’s Castlewellan visit P6/7

27th January First Penance

3rd February Stan Lutton talks to P7 on smoking and alcohol

4th February Photographer in School

5th February Childline workshops for P6 and P7 pupils

12th February P6/7 Science lesson Mr Mc Greevy St Colman’s

13th February Back-to-front Uniform day

19th -27th February Book Fair

20th February Stan Lutton P7 on Young People and the Law

25th February P5/P6 String Group placed 2nd at Newry Feis

25th February Nicola Pearce, author, talks to P6 pupils

25th February P7 Retreat

6th March Science lessons P7

10th March School Choir at Warrenpoint Feis – 1st place in both classes

11th March Folk Music workshop for all Pupils

11th March Service of Light

13th March P2 children and teachers from St Patrick’s, Mayobridge, visit

Rural Respecting Differences Programme

20th March Dairy Council: Food and Fitness Programme for P5 and P6

27th March OSM Recycling


TERM 3
10th April Retreat for P7 Confirmation children by Sr Mercedes

11th April Spelling Bee Competition

14th April Cancer Focus for P6 and P7

17th April Confirmation at 6pm in St John’s Church, Ballymaghery

20th April Handling Data Week

21st/22nd April Sr Mercedes (EI) visits school

7th May Election – school used as Polling Station

9th May Holy Communion at 11am

11th – 14th May Nurse assesses P1 pupils

20th /29th May P2 children and teachers visit St Patrick’s Mayobridge as part

of Rural respecting Difference Programme

3rd June Connor McConville Tournament

4th June P3 Trip to Tannaghmore Gardens, Craigavon

6th June St Mark’s Induction Day

7th June Special Children’s Mass

8th June Sports Day

10th June P2 Trip to Belfast Museum

11th June P1 Intake Day

11th June P4 Trip to Loughbrickland and Tayto Park

12th June Cycling Proficiency Test

15th June P6 Trip to Titanic Centre, Belfast

16th June P7 End of Year Mass

16th June P5 Trip to Castlewellan Forest Park

17th June P1 trip to Fort Evergreen, Warrenpoint

17th June P7 trip

19th June Concert for three retiring teachers

23rd June Retirement Mass and supper in school for whole community


PRIMARY 7 END OF YEAR AWARDS
The categories were:
Music Katie Mc Givern, Aoife Trainor

Sports Boy Patrick Cowan

Sports Girl Caoimhe Mc Keown

School Spirit Boy Thomas Magee, Luke Fitzpatrick

School Spirit Girl Sophie Hannaway, Rosie Mc Cann

TRANSFER OF PUPILS TO SECONDARY SCHOOL
31 pupils transferred from St Patrick’s to the following schools:

St Mark’s High School

St Colman’s College

Our Lady’s Grammar School

Sacred Heart Grammar School

St Malachy’s High School

Abbey Grammar School

St Mary’s High School


CASTLEWELLAN AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOW
As usual many children participated in the Castlewellan Show, competing in hand-writing, creative writing and art competitions. Many children received awards for their effort and our congratulations go to all who entered the competitions.

P2 Prizewinners

Rowan Burns, Claire Green, Leah Dougherty, Amy Mc Evoy, Eoin Crosbie, Caoimhe Mc Conville, Ellen Morgan, Maia Harkell, Ciara Mc Polin



P3 Prizewinners

Cian Mc Conville, Ruby O’Gorman, Ailill Morris, Cass Warke



P4 Prizewinners

Charlie Morgan, Keely Farrell, Rory Fearon, Niamh Mc Conville, Cian Wilson, Emily Bingham



P5 Prizewinners

Katie Mc Polin, Niamh Mc Sherry, Meabh Mc Polin, Corynne Branagan, Amy Morgan



P6 Prizewinners

Rianna Grant, Brian Rice, Eoin Rice, Eoin Devlin, Patrick Green


FRIENDS OF ST PATRICK’S

The Parents Association has been in operation for a number of years and provide support to the school in the following ways: Fund Raising; Helping out with organized annual events; Liaising between parents and school management.

Our Parent Representative on the Board of Governors is Mrs Agnes Morris. Marie attends meetings and then represents the Parent Association at the Board of Governors meetings by putting forward views and ideas and helping to resolve any areas of concern.

From September 2014 to June 2015 the Parent Association raised funds and organised the following:

Christmas Raffle, Christmas Disco, Easter Raffle, End of Term Disco

Members of the Parents Association helped with the Nativity Play and the P7 Musical.

All parents are welcome to join.
Our Thanks to the Parent Association

The staff and pupils of St Patrick’s wish to acknowledge all the work done by the members of our Parent Association this year. We extend our very grateful thanks to them all.


TEACHING STAFF
Mrs Kathleen Cousins Principal

Miss Una Lawless Vice-Principal/SENCo/P3

Mrs Marion Murphy P1

Ms Maeve McNeill P1

Mrs Orla Reavey P2

Mrs Sinead O’Hare P2

Miss Lisa Mc Anulty P3

Miss Kitty Fegan P4


Mrs Ann McConville P5

Mr Nigel Trainor P5

Miss Catherine Murphy P6

Mr Shay Flanagan P6

Mr Plunkett McConville P7

Mrs Kate Austin Learning Support Teacher

Mrs Roisin Mc Givern Learning Support Teacher

Mrs Meg Magee Peripatetic Dyslexia Support Teacher

Mr Conor McNeice Irish Tutor
ANCILLARY STAFF

Mrs Debbie Brown Senior Clerical Officer

Mr Liam Downey Building Supervisor

Mrs Breege McGaw Part-time Cleaner

Mrs Helena Grant Part-time Cleaner

Mrs Aileen Gribben Supervisory Assistant

Mrs Kathleen Smyth Supervisory Assistant

Mrs Caroline McCarthy Supervisory Assistant

Mrs Roisin McAlinden Supervisory Assistant

Mrs Deirdre McGreevy Primary 1 Classroom Assistant

Miss Leona Mc Garry Primary 2 Classroom Assistant

Mrs Bridie Branagan Classroom Assistant

Mrs Aileen Gribben Classroom Assistant

Mrs Susie Hynes Classroom Assistant

Mrs Karen McAleenan Classroom Assistant

Miss Bernice McCartan Classroom Assistant

Ms Rosie Murray Classroom Assistant

Miss Aislinn Keenan Classroom Assistant


KITCHEN STAFF

Mrs Sally Malone

Mrs Barbara Killen

Mrs Yvonne Burden

Mrs Michelle Dougherty
MUSIC TEACHERS FROM SELB

Mrs Teresa McArdle

Mrs Martina Masterson

Mrs Lorraine Logan



THE CURRICULUM
The school curriculum is delivered in a well planned and structured manner with children encouraged to work to the best of their ability.

Individual teachers are responsible for the co-ordination of particular subject areas:


Mrs McConville Maths/ Assessment

Mrs Murphy ICT

Miss Lawless Music/Special Needs

Mrs Reavey Literacy/ Assessment

Ms McNeill Extended Schools/Pastoral Care

Mrs Austin The World Around Us


EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
The following extra curricular activities are enjoyed at school:

Football, Camogie, Tennis, Music, Irish, Gymnastics, Maths Roadshow, Lexia, ICT Club.

Many thanks to the staff and the outside helpers (especially the GAA) who gave of their time and skills towards these activities.


PASTORAL CARE
In St Patrick’s School we aim to provide a well ordered and caring community in which the children can work and play. Pastoral Care deals with the overall development of the pupil, - physically, academically, socially, morally and spiritually. It requires a caring commitment by all staff to guide and advise pupils, permeates all aspects of school life and contributes to the creation of a supportive atmosphere in the school for both staff and pupils. In the school we apply a system of rewards which are intended to be fair and effective for all pupils. They are aimed at promoting good behaviour and promoting self esteem. They encourage each pupil to take responsibility for his/her actions and to have their efforts recognised and rewarded.
The designated teachers for child protection are:-

Miss Una Lawless

Mrs Marion Murphy

Pupil Results

Due to being on Industrial Action Short of Strike no results were submitted to CCEA in June 2015.


In 2014 – 2015 our key targets within the School Development Plan were based on the following areas:

• Pastoral Care

• PIE and PIM targets

• Assessment data

• Mathematics and Numeracy

• English and Literacy

• Self-evaluation/Leadership

• Information and Communication Technology


The following tables provide a summary of our Maths and English results in June 2015 and show that all year groups are performing above the national average.

June 2015 English Test Results (PIE) National Mean SS = 100




Year Group

BOYS

Mean SS


GIRLS

Mean SS


All Pupils

Mean SS


P3

104

112

111

P4

106

109

107

P5

107

110

109

P6

113

115

112

P7

101

108

108

June 2015 Maths Test Results (PIM) National Mean SS = 100



Year Group

BOYS

Mean SS


GIRLS

Mean SS


All Pupils

Mean SS


P3

108

108

108

P4

117

106

110

P5

112

112

112

P6

116

111

114

P7

108

110

109


Key Targets to bring about Improvements

Numeracy 2014 – 2015

Target 1: To ensure consistency in assessment of the cross- curricular skill of Using Mathematics
Extent to which target was met:

• No external moderations took place.

• All teachers used a variety of the new A.T’s and levelled work related to their own class

• Topic areas covered were Space and Shape, Measure and Handling Data

• Levels were agreed on pieces of work – teachers shared skills (keystages and whole-school)

• P.4 and P.7 teachers designed their own A.T.’s and trialled same

• Staff proficiency greatly improved
Future Action:

• The process will be continued in 2015 – 2016 for consolidation of teacher skill in moderation

• A.T.’s should now be incorporated into planning and used alongside NHM resources
Target 2: Improve pupil skill in problem solving and investigations

Extent to which the target was met:

• Teachers emphasised the real life nature of the problems given

• Pupils tackled the given problems at a variety of levels

• Many teachers chose their own topics and designed their own tasks

• Classes from P.5 – P.7 did work on the 24 Game

• There have been improvements in mean standardised scores in all year groups

• There has been a marked improvement in ‘Using Concepts and Solving Routine Problems’ across P.3 – P.7
Future Action:

• Attention needs to focus on planning in 2015 – 2016 with a revision of short-term planning

• Algebra needs to be a focus for P.6 and P.7 teachers
English/Literacy 2014 – 2015

Target 1: Develop pupil understanding of fiction and non-fiction text
Extent to which the target was met:

• Pupils now talk confidently about differences between fiction and non-fiction books

• Report Writing about fiction and non-fiction books shows clear understanding of the features of both types of books
Future Action:

• Ensure that there is clear evidence of the teaching of non-fiction in teacher planners


Target 2: Improve the quality and presentation of written work by pupils across the school
Extent to which the target has been met:

• Teachers now use an Independent Writing Book to encourage good presentation and standards have risen

• Pupils have a check-list to judge their own work and make improvements

• Most pupils take pride in their written work

• Collins joined hand-writing script is used consistently in all classes from P.3 to P.7 and many pupils have developed a beautiful style of their own
Future Action:

• Continue to have a ‘Hand-writing’ competition each year as this encourages pupils to practice their writing and improve their presentation

• Remind teachers to continue teaching the joined writing style consistently in each year group
Special Educational Needs:

Target 1: Improve teacher confidence, competence and knowledge in identifying Specific Literacy Difficulties (Spld) resulting in more effective interventions for pupils with SEN
Extent to which the target has been met:

• Two teachers attended CPD training in Stranmillis and disseminated the knowledge and skills to all other teachers in twilight meetings and Staff Development Days

• Teachers implemented many of the strategies in their classrooms

• Teachers shared resources and disseminated good practice

• Identified pupils with Spld were encouraged and supported throughout the school

Future Action:

• Teachers will continue to provide for pupils with Spld so as to support their progress and enable improved results


ICT

Target 1: Introduce iPads, become familiar with their use and begin to use them to support teaching and Learning
Extent to which the target has been met:

• Using Extended Schools money two ipads were purchased for each class

• Teachers became familiar with basic uses of ipads in the classroom

• A variety of apps were sourced to enhance learning

• Basic training was delivered and skills are developing

Future Action:

• New ICT co-ordinator will provide further training in use of iPads

• New apps will be trialled and knowledge and skills disseminated among staff

• More iPads will be bought so that small groups can use them in the classrooms



• Training will be accessed (AMMA or other)
School Budget : The school budget is in a healthy position for the in-coming year. E.A. has given approval for the 2015 – 2016 figures as shown below but have not approved the trend for the following years.


3 YEAR BUDGET PLAN: 2015-2018 503 3025


St Patrick’s Primary School, Ballymaghery


Cost Centre: 0620

Enrolments

Nu – FT

Nur-PT

Reception

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

LSC’s

TOTAL

PTR


Act Oct-14

0

0

0

51

56

43

31

56

37

31

0

305

21.79


Est October 2015

0

0

0

44

51

56

43

32

56

37

0

319

22.79


Est October 2016

0

0

0

44

44

51

56

43

32

56

0

326

23.29



2015/16

2016/17

2017/18




Projected

Teaching staff April (ex unit)

14.00

14.00

14.00


Teaching staff September (ex unit)

14.00

14.00

14.00


% Balance 31 March each year

10.24%

3.10%

-1.26%

Estimated Carry-over from previous year

96,159

28,738

-11,240

Formula Allocation

831,446

831,446

831,446

Adjustments in Funding for Enrolment




31,556

47,334

TOTAL AVAILABLE

927,605

891,740

867,540

SPEND

Fin Code










Teaching Staff




676,375

678,060

684,964

Substitution




14,000

14,000

14,000

Non-teaching – Auxiliary




62,542

63,167

63,799

Non-teaching – Ancillary




60,271

60,873

61,482

Running Costs




85,680

86,880

88,096

Capital













Income (-)













TOTAL EST SPEND




898,867

902,980

912,341

Est Balance at 31 March




28,738

-11,240

-44,801

Est Balance as a % of Total Available







3.10%

-1.26%

-5.16%


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