Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant.
Funding for 2016-2017 is £92,400
Each and every child is an individual; all have different starting points and different rates of progress. We assess children at the start and end of interventions to ensure we know how the children are progressing and identify their strengths as well as the areas to work on. Please see Pupil Premium Strategy document below.
Use of Pupil Premium Grant during 2015-2016 – £105,470
The following table examines the average point progress for Pupil Premium children who have progressed between KS1- KS2 at our school last year. Nationally 12.7 – 13.5 points at the end of Year 6 is considered above average, above 13.5 is well above average. Please see Pupil Premium Impact document below.
Points Progress June 2015
|Reading||15.5||Well above average|
|Writing||13.8||Well above average|
|Maths||15.3||Well above average|
Pupils’ Value added Progress KS1 – KS2 June 2016
Schools score between -10 and 10 for value added progress in core subjects. The Goverment floor targets are Reading -5. Writing -7 and Maths -5.
All Pupils Disadvantaged Pupils
Reading -2.17 -2.19 (No significant difference to national. Above floor target.)
writing 0.12 -0.18 (No significant difference to national. Above floor target.)
Maths -3.14 -4.49 (All children, including disadvantaged children are below national average – this is now our key priority for 2016/17. Above floor target.)
Early Years good level of development 2016
School – 100% of disadvantaged children achieved GLD
National – 69% of children achieved GLD