Pupil Premium 2015

Impact of Pupil premium Spending 2015

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

KS2

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in English (Level 4)

Reading Writing
School 97% 47%
National 89% 47%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in English (Level 5)

Reading Writing
School 36% 38%
National 48% 38%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in Maths (Level 4)

School 82%
National 87%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in Maths (Level 5)
School 38%
National 42%

100% of pupil premium pupils made 2 levels of progress in English and maths including a statemented pupil.

This shows that targeted interventions have significantly narrowed the gap by the end of KS2.   It also demonstrates the school’s success in its Pupil Premium Policy and spends; and how we are successful in promoting equality.

KS1

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in Reading (Level 2+)
Reading Writing
School 83% 70%
National 90% 88%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in Reading (Level 3)
Reading Writing
School 13% 0%
National 32% 18%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected progress in Maths (Level 2+)
School 96%
National 93%

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making accelerated progress in Maths (Level 3)
School 13%
National 26%

 

Early Years

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected or above progress in Reception
Reading Writing Maths
80% 60% 60%
There is no difference between PP and Non PP. Non PP perform slightly better than PP. PP perform better than Non PP.

 

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected or above progress in Nursery
Reading Writing Maths
22-36 Months 0% 0% 9%
30-50 Months 64% 27% 9%
40-60 Months 9% 18% 27%
18% of PP are not working at age related expectations. All PP are working at age related expectations. PP perform better than Non PP.

Phonics

% of Pupil Premium pupils making expected or above progress in Nursery
Y2 Y1 Reception Nursery
54% 78% 50% 17%
Non PP perform better than Non PP. Non PP perform better than Non PP. Non PP perform better than Non PP. PP perform better than Non PP.