School Development

Monitoring and School Improvement

Our school was graded as ‘GOOD’ by Ofsted in February 2019.  Everyone at Shawlands Primary School continues to work hard to make our school even better in every way.

Our 2023 Outcomes

(Progress measures to be added once available).

Performance Tables Service

School Development Plan

Pupil Premium and Covid 19 Catch-Up Premium

We are incredibly committed to supporting the academic progress and achievement of all pupils and groups in our school.

Click here to see our most recent Pupil Premium Report (2019-2020).  Please click here to see our Pupil Premium Policy. Please click here for the 2020-2021 Pupil Premium Spending plan.   Please click here for the 2022-2023 Pupil Premium Spending Plan

We measure the progress the children who receive the Pupil Premium funding make in many ways.  We measure them against the School’s expected and good progress measures, their class mates, their non-disadvantaged peers and their peers nationally (where possible).  

Mrs Athorn is the school’s Pupil Premium Champion and she conducts pupil progress reviews as part of the Pupil Progress Meeting system to ensure that a sharp focus and tracking system monitors our most vulnerable pupils.  

Barriers to learning (which the school must overcome) include issues with attendance, punctuality, behaviour and attitude to learning, engagement between the family and school, low aspirations, etc.

Further details on how schools analyse their approach to spending the pupil premium to impact pupils outcomes can be found below

Analysis Tool


18/19 Spend

19/20 Spend

20/21 Plan

Parent Resources

PE and Sports Funding

Please click here to see how we spent the allotted PE sports funding in 2016/17 and how we use it to maximise the benefit for all pupils in our school.

For more information on the PE sports funding please click here.

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