For the academic year September 2016 to July 2017 our school received £43,560 of Pupil Premium funding.
For the current academic year September 2017 to July 2018 our school will receive £32,620 of Pupil Premium funding. The percentage of our pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is 30% the national percentage is 26%.
What are our main barriers to disadvantaged children's progress?
- Ensuring they all receive consistently high quality personalised teaching and learning.
- Children's independence, resilience, confidence and vocabulary.
- Parental engagement and pupil attendance.
- Access to a wide variety of life experiences and extra curricular activities.
What are we spending our Pupil Premium on this year?
- Additional Teachers, Higher Level Teaching Assistants and interventions.
- Raised awareness and improved pupil tracking.
- Improved provision for vulnerable children.
- Increased parental engagement.
- Increased enrichment, access, inclusion and attendance.
See Action Plan below for more details
Summary of outcomes for 2017
|National Results 2017|
|Disadvantaged children||Non disadvantaged children||Non disadvantaged children|
|Good Level of Development||0%||44%||72%|
|Key Stage 1 Phonics|
|Year 1 Phonics Pass||57%||45%||83%|
|Year 2 Phonics Pass||58%||96%||93%|
|Key Stage 1|
|RWM Expected Standard||36%||56%||64%|
|Reading Expected Standard||42%||75%||79%|
|Writing Expected Standard||42%||71%||72%|
|Maths Expected Standard||42%||75%||79%|
|Reading Greater Depth||17%||19%||28%|
Writing Greater Depth
|Maths Greater Depth||0%||17%||23%|
|Persistent Absentees > 10%||8.7%|
Early Years Foundation Stage
No disadvantaged children in 2017 achieved a Good Level of Development.
Year 1 phonics
Year 1 disadvantaged children in 2017 did better than non disadvantaged children. Since 2015 school has diminished the difference to national from -47% to -26% in 2017.
Key Stage 1
Non disadvantaged children do better than disadvantaged children in all subjects, at both the expected standard and at the greater depth standard. However, when compared to last year, disadvantaged children in 2017 did better than those in 2016. Diminishing the difference to national non disadvantaged at the expected standard and above in reading from -41% to -37%, in writing from -49% to -30% and in maths from -47% to -37% and at the greater depth standard in reading from -16% to -11%.
The attendance for disadvantaged children was above that for non-disadvantaged pupils closing the gap to national non disadvantaged.