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The Impact of Pupil Premium funded strategies on Pupil Premium children in 2016

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 2016

Subject

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

 

 (0 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

 

(22 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

-

77%

75%

-2%

-19%

Similar

Writing

-

62%

55%

-7%

-18%

Widened

Maths

-

46%

65%

+19%

-11%

Closing

This data shows results for 2016. There are no pupils in Reception registered for Pupil Premium- this is due to the Government funded free school meal programme for all pupils in Reception to Year 2 which has not encouraged families to register for Free School Meals- a key determiner for PP. Children in Key Stage 1 made good progress from EYFS Profile to attain Expected in Key Stage 1. Children in Key Stage 2 at Level 2 when in KS1 did not attain Expected as predicted- this is a focus for the school in 2016-17.

Attainment by Key Stage

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

Aspect

PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(0 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)

 

0%

 

64%

 

-

 

-

Literacy

0%

69%

-

-

Mathematics

0%

78%

-

-

This data shows results for 2016. There are no pupils in Reception registered for Pupil Premium- this is due to the Government funded free school meal programme for all pupils in Reception to Year 2 which has not encouraged families to register for Free School Meals- a key determiner for PP.

Phonics Screening test (Reading)

Year 1

Aspect

PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(4 pupils)

Non-PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(55 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils

meeting the national expectation and above

How has this gap changed since 2014?

Phonics test

50%

84%

-34%

Widened from -17%

 

Although the gap is wider for Pupil Premium this is because the group is very small. Of the four pupils one is SEN and one is new to English.

 

Year 2

Aspect

PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(12 pupils)

Non-PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(45 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils

meeting the national expectation and above

National Gap between PP and nonPP pupils attaining Expected Standard

Phonics test

92%

96%

-4%

 

-7%

Only two pupils are yet to pass the Phonics test- one has SEN and one has recently joined the school and is new to English.

 

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

Expected and above

Aspect

PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(12 pupils)

Non-PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(46 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils

meeting the national expectation and above

What was the National gap between PP and Non-PP?

How has this gap changed since 2014 (at 2B) ?

Reading

83%

80%

+3%

-16%

Closed from -10%

Writing

58%

76%

-18%

-17%

Closed from –28%

Mathematics

50%

87%

-37%

-17%

Similar to -34%

Greater depth

Aspect

PP pupils at Greater Depth

(12 pupils)

Non-PP pupils at Greater Depth

(46 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils at Greater Depth

What was the National gap between PP and Non-PP?

How has this gap changed since 2014 (at 3)?

Reading

25%

39%

-14%

-14%

Widened from -2%

Writing

0%

24%

-18%

-9%

Widened from –9%

Mathematics

25%

39%

-14%

-10%

Widened from -2%

 

Non Pupil Premium children consistently attain higher than National. Pupil Premium children have a less consistent picture and attain lower than National in Maths at Expected and Writing at Greater Depth which means gaps are wider than National.

At the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6):

Overall Progress for 2016

Subject

Progress

Pupil Premium

Progress National

Pupil Premium

Progress

Non- Pupil Premium

Progress National

Non- Pupil Premium

How does progress of PP in school compare to National PP

How does progress of PP compare to NonPP in school

Reading

-1.46

-0.72

1.83

0.33

Wider by -0.74

Wider

Writing

0.03

-0.26

2.00

0.12

Closer by +0.29

Wider

Maths

-0.81

-0.52

1.57

0.24

Wider by -0.29

Wider

 

Progress of Non Pupil Premium children is well above the National. But the progress of Pupil Premium is slower and close to or below National Pupil Premium. Many of the Pupil Premium group were at Level 2 in Key Stage 1 and did not attain Expected at the end of Key Stage 2. This group is a focus for the School in 2016-17.

 

Key stage 2 Attainment

Expected and Above

Aspect

PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(22 pupils)

Non-PP pupils

meeting national expectations and above

(33 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils

meeting the national expectation and above

What was the National gap between PP and Non-PP?

How has this gap changed since 2014 (Level 4+)?

Reading

39%

70%

-31%

-17

Similar to -29%

Writing

57%

86%

-29%

-15%

Widened from -17%

Mathematics

57%

76%

-19%

-18%

Widened from -13%

Many of the Pupil Premium group were at Level 2 in Key Stage 1 and did not attain Expected at the end of Key Stage 2. This group is a focus for the School in 2016-17.

 

Greater depth

Aspect

PP pupils above national expectations

(22 pupils)

Non-PP pupils above national expectations

(33 pupils)

Gap between PP and non-PP pupils above the national expectation

What was the National gap between PP and Non-PP?

How has this gap changed since 2014 (Level 5+)?

 

Reading

 

4%

 

27%

 

-23

 

-13%

 

Widened from -14%

 

Writing

 

17%

 

19%

 

-2%

 

-10%

 

Closing from -22%

 

Mathematics

 

9%

 

19%

 

-10%

 

-11%

 

Closing from -26%

Gaps in attainment are closing in Writing and Maths at the higher levels but the gap in Reading is a concern and this is a focus for the school for 2016-17.

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