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Pupil Premium Impact 2015

This is judged on how well our children did as compared to other Pupil Premium (PP) children nationwide and compared to the other children in our school. This also includes ‘the gap’ between these two groups’ achievement and whether as a school we are closing these ‘gaps’.

Overall Attainment for 2015

Subject PP pupils meeting national expectations and above at the end of Reception

(3 Pupils)
PP pupils meeting national expectations and above at the end of Year 2

(13 Pupils)
PP pupils meeting national expectations and above at the end of Year 6

(11 Pupils)
Change between end of Reception and end of Key Stage 2 in Year 6 Gap between PP and non-PP pupils meeting the national expectation and above at the end of Key Stage 2 How has this Attainment gap at end of Year 6 changed since 2014?
Reading 67% 69% 100% 33% +7% Closed
Writing 67% 62% 100% 33% +8% Closed
Maths 67% 92% 78% 11% +2% Closed

This data shows results for 2015. By the end of Key Stage 2 pupils eligible for Pupil Premium are above those who are not eligible. The gap has closed on 2014 in all subjects.

Overall Progress for 2015

Subject % of pupils making 2+ levels progress

Pupil Premium
% of pupils making 2+ levels of progress

Non- Pupil Premium
Difference in Progress in over Key Stage 2 for 2015 How has this Progress gap changed since 2014?
Reading 100% 98% +2% Closed from -4%
Writing 100% 100% 0% Same as 0%
Maths 82% 86% -4% Closing to -6%

Attainment by Key Stage

At the end of Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception):

Aspect PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above


(3 pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above

(54 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils meeting the national expectation and above How has this gap changed since 2014?
A Good Level of Development (This includes: Communication and Language; Physical development; Personal Social, Emotional Development; Literacy and Mathematics) 67% 70% -3% Closing from -9%
Literacy 67% 70% -3% Closing from -9%
Mathematics 67% 87% -20% Widened from -9%

This shows that gaps are closing for A Good Level of Development and Literacy but are widening for Mathematics. This data is based on 3 children only and shows that 2 out of the 3 children were at expected (67%) in these aspects. INFO on 1 child who did not make expected

In the Phonics Screening test (Reading) in Year 1:

Aspect PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above

(11 Pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above


(45 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils
meeting the national expectation and above
How has this gap changed since 2014?
Phonics test 73% 87% -14% Closing from -17%

All the children in Year 2 have now passed the Phonics Screening test- there is no gap between Pupil Premium and Non-Pupil Premium.

At the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2):

Level 2+

Aspect PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 2+)

(14 Pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 2+)


(45 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils
meeting the national expectation and above
How has this gap changed since 2014?
Reading 92% 100% -8% Widened from -1%
Writing 100% 100% 0% Closing from –16%
Mathematics 100% 98% +2% Closed from -18%

Level 2B+

Aspect PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 2B+)

(14 Pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 2B+)


(45 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils
meeting the national expectation and above
How has this gap changed since 2014?
Reading 69% 98% -29% Widened from -10%
Writing 62% 91% -29% Similar to –28%
Mathematics 92% 91% +1% Closed from -34%

Level 3+

Aspect PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 3+)

(14 Pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 3+)


(45 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils
meeting the national expectation and above (Level 3+)
How has this gap changed since 2014?
Reading 23% 40% -17% Widened from -2%
Writing 8% 26% -18% Widened from -9%
Mathematics 15% 36% -21% Widened from -2%

The gap in Reading has widened at all levels. Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium do not as highly as non-PP at the higher level 3.

Progress Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2

Subject % of pupils making Expected (2+ levels) progress

Pupil Premium
% of pupils making Expected (2+ levels) of progress

Non- Pupil Premium
Difference in Progress in over Key Stage 2 for 2015) How has this Progress gap changed since 2014?
Reading 100% 98% +2% Closed from -4%
Writing 100% 100% 0% Same as 0%
Mathematics 82% 86% -4% Closing from -6%
Subject % of pupils making Expected (2+ levels) progress

Pupil Premium
% of pupils making Expected (2+ levels) of progress

Non- Pupil Premium
Difference in Progress in over Key Stage 2 for 2015) How has this Progress gap changed since 2014?
Reading 18% 36% -18% Widens from +1%
Writing 64% 73% -9% Widens from +2%
Mathematics 18% 48% -30% Closing from -38%

Pupil Premium eligible pupils are closing gaps at Expected progress in Reading and Writing – although Maths is an issue. Not enough Pupil Premium pupils make better than Expected progress in Reading and Maths.

Key stage 2 Attainment trend from 2013

Subject PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 4+)

(9 pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 4+)


(49 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils
meeting the national expectation and above
How has this gap changed since 2014?
Reading 91% 84% +7% Closed from -29%
Writing 100% 92% +8% Closed from -17%
Mathematics 82% 80% +2% Closing from -13%

Pupil Premium eligible pupils are attaining higher than non- PP pupils in all subjects and are closing gaps in attainment

Subject PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 5+)

(14 pupils)
Non-PP pupils
meeting national expectations and above (Level 5+)


(45 pupils)
Gap between PP and non-PP pupils above the national expectation How has this gap changed since 2014?
Reading 27% 60% -33% Widened from -14%
Writing 64% 72% -8% Closing from -22%
Mathematics 27% 50% -23% Closing from -26%

Gaps in attainment are closing Writing and Maths at the higher levels but the gap in Reading is a concern.

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