Pupil Premium 2012

Impact of Pupil Premium -2012

(Pupil Premium Data)

Key Stage 2

Pupil Premium funding is allocated to schools to address inequalities between pupils in receipt of free school meals (F.S.M) and their peers. The amount of money a school receives is based on the number of pupils in school, who are eligible for F.S.M. when the annual census is taken in January. In 2012 the categorisation changed and pupils are classed as F.S.M. if they have been eligible and claiming for F.S.M. at any time in the last 6 years.

Percentage of Key Stage 2 (Y6) pupils achieving levels 4 and above – 2012

Group

English

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM

94%

76%

94%

75%

94%

68%

Non FSM

100%

89%

86%

88%

100%

84%

All

97%

91%

97%

Percentage of Key Stage 2 (Y6) pupils achieving levels 5 and above – 2012

Group

English

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM

17%

22%

33%

25%

58%

14%

Non FSM

47%

43%

53%

45%

45%

32%

All

36%

In 2012- 25 out of 33 pupils (76%) were Pupil Premium pupils

97% made 2 levels of progress in English

91% made 2 levels of progress

Key Stage 1

Average points score of Key Stage 1 pupils 2012

Group

Writing

Maths

Reading

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

St. John’s

National

FSM 33%

13-2C

14.4 2C

15 -2B

13.2

14.7 -2C

14.6-2C

Non FSM 67%

13.8-2C

16.4-2B

15.7-2B

15.2

16.1-2B

16.4-2B

All

13.6-2C

15.5 2B

15.7-2B

In 2012 -15 out of 37 in Y2 (41%) of pupils were Pupil Premium pupils

Percentage of Year 1 achieving expected standards in the Phonic screening check

Group

St. John’s

National

FSM

75% 45%

Non FSM

66% 62%

All

69%

In 2012 -20 out of 45 in Y1 (44%) of pupils were Pupil Premium pupils