Pupil Achievement and Pupil Premium Funding




                         Pupil Achievement and Progress                    


Summary of results for end of KS2 in 2017:


Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in all 3 areas of Reading, Writing & Maths: 59%


Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Reading: 1.4 (In line with National)

Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Writing: -0.7 (In line with National)

Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Maths: 0.6 (In line with National)


Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Reading: 71%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Writing: 73%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Maths: 75%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar: 79%


Average scaled score in Maths 104

Average scaled score in Reading 105


Summary of results for end of KS2 in 2016:


Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in all 3 areas of Reading, Writing & Maths: 49%


Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Reading: 1.9 (Significantly above National)

Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Writing: 2.4 (Significantly above National)

Progress Measure between KS1 (End of Yr 2) and KS2 (End of Yr 6) in Maths: 1.3 (In line with National)


Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Reading: 66%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Writing: 71%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Maths: 63%

Percentage of pupils achieving the 'Expected Standard' or higher in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar: 85%




Full school Performance Tables data is available on this link (click on DfE):       https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/141819



                         Pupil Premium Funding                        


We are aiming for every single one of our pupil premium funded children to achieve the 'Expected' standard in all areas as much as possible.  As a minimum, we want this group to achieve in line with their peers in school and nationally.

This funding stream was introduced in 2011/2012 and is in addition to funding allocated through the Direct Schools Grant.   It is based on the number of pupils we have on roll, aged 4 and over, who have been known to be eligible for free school meals (FSM) in the last 6 years. Additional funding is received for Looked After Children (LAC) and children who are known to have been adopted or are identified as children in the Armed Services.  This funding should be used to support disadvantaged pupils in the school so that they make the best progress in their learning.  In the case of LAC children the funding is very closely linked to support their needs.  We receive the funding in financial years and in the last year have transferred our spending plans to match these although often new actions are taken and planned from the September following data analysis of results.     

Our plan for the use of this money in the 2017-2018 year is below.  You can also see the previous year’s plan and outcomes lower down this page.

We have largely targeted our additional pupil premium funding on extra staffing, extra intervention and SMSC support.   We have put in extra teaching interventions enabling us to follow up learning with individuals and small groups when a need has been identified.  We do this through the use of “surgeries” and “prescriptions” in Years 5 and 6, and 'misconception time' in the rest of the school. In addition to the extra teaching we have funded exciting educational visits enabling all children to take part and provided after school tuition and clubs.




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