Pupil Premium 2014

Impact of Pupil Premium 2014
(Pupil Premium Data)

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 October. 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.

Key Stage 2

% Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in English (Level 4)
Reading Writing
School 100% 100%
National 91% 93%

 

% Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in English (Level 5)
Reading Writing
School 57% 7%
National 35% 20%

 

% Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in Maths (Level 4)
School 100%
National 89%

 

% Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in Maths (Level 5)
School 28%
National 29%

 

In 2014 Y6 pupils at St John’s achieved higher than national standards in reading, writing and maths.
Reading Writing Maths
School 30.5% 26% 16.2%
National 26.9% 25.9% 14.8%
This shows that targeted interventions have significantly narrowed the gap for this group of pupils. It also demonstrates the school’s success in it Pupil Premium spend and success in promoting equality.

Key Stage 1

Reading Writing Maths
Expected 18% 11% 24%
Accelerated 18% 8% 16%

 

Phonics Test Y1
Pupil Premium 68% National 63%