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Pupil Premium Impact 2015 - 2016

What has been the impact of the 2015-2016 Pupil Premium?

 

Amount of Pupil Premium funding received 2015 – 2016:

 

Number of pupils eligible

81

 

Total Pupil Premium received

£108,600

 

 

 

Key expenditure:

 

Focus

Area of Spend

Total Allocation

Literacy and Maths

Additional TA support in classes and for focused interventions

£59,000

Literacy, Maths, PSMSC

Additional Teacher time for targeted interventions

£33,000

PSMSC

Dramatherapist

 

£6,000

Enrichment

Playcentre, Breakfast Club, Clubs, Games Library, Residential Trip

£6,000

Family & Community

Parent Workshops, Homework, Volunteering

£4,000

 

 

Year Two SATs 2016:

 

Reading

Working at Age Related Expectations or above

Gap

Pupil Premium (38)

86.8%

   +3

Non Pupil Premium (79)

83.8%

 

 

Writing

Working at Age Related Expectations or above

Gap

Pupil Premium (38)

81.6%

   +1.6

Non Pupil Premium (79)

80%

 

 

Maths

Working at Age Related Expectations or above

Gap

Pupil Premium (38)

81.6%

   -4.7%

Non Pupil Premium (80)

86.3%

 

NB: We do not have KS1 data over time to look at, as the assessments have changed this year. There are also no national figures yet for the Pupil Premium/Non Pupil Premium gap.

 

 

EYFS Data over time:

 

End of EYFS

Achieved the Good Level

of Development (GLD)

 

National (GLD)

 

2014

2015

2016

2014

2015

2016

Pupil Premium (12)

54.5%

56.5%

58.3%

45%

51%

Not yet released

Non Pupil Premium (107)

78.1

76%

69.5%

64%

69%

69.3%

Gap

24.4%

19.5%

11.2%

19%

18%

 

 

Overall, our data shows a very positive picture. There is very little difference in achievement between our Pupil Premium children and our non-Pupil Premium children by the end of Key Stage One.

 

 

 

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