How well are Pupil Premium children doing?

Pupil Premium Attainment and Progress

With the use of Pupil Premium money the school have achieved some mixed results for these pupils. In Key Stage 1 pupil premium money has been used to narrow the gap between them and other pupils and the Key Stage 1 results show that pupil premium pupils attained consistently higher. However, there is considerable work needed in Key Stage 2 to enable pupil premium pupils to gain those extra marks to achieve the expected standard.

Year 1 Phonics Check

Pupil Premium pupils narrowed the gap between other pupils with the support of Pupil Premium money last year. The gap, at the beginning of the year was 32%. However, with focused support of pupils in the class 66% of pupils achieved the required mark in the phonics score. 

Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessments

 Pupils Premium pupils outperformed other pupils in the Key Stage 1 tests. Pupil Premium money was used to provide focused support for these pupils to show the good progress that they have made.

 

Expected Standard

 

Pupil Premium

Other Pupils

Reading

83%

70%

Writing

67%

53%

Maths

83%

70%

 

Greater Depth

 

Pupil Premium

Other Pupils

Reading

8%

6%

Writing

0%

0%

Maths

0%

0%

 

Key Stage 2 Assessments

In most subjects Pupil Premium pupils have attained lower than other pupils within the class in achieving the expected standard. In writing, premium pupils achieved broadly in line with their peers at the expected standard but further work will need to be done to close the gap in reaching Greater Depth the expected standard in other subjects. All five pupils that achieved 99 or 98 scaled scores (100 is needed for the expected standard) in reading and maths were pupil premium pupils.

Expected Standard

 

Pupil Premium

Other Pupils

Reading

43%

63%

Writing

71%

69%

GPS

50%

56%

Maths

43%

69%

Combined (Reading. Writing and Maths)

14%

50%

 

Greater Depth

 

Pupil Premium

Other Pupils

Reading

21%

19%

Writing

7%

25%

GPS

0%

13%

Maths

7%

25%

Combined (Reading. Writing and Maths)

7%

13%