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Learning for the 21st Century

Pupil Premium

Pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.  Introduced in April 2011, the pupil premium is allocated to children who are looked after by the local authority, those who have been eligible for FSM at any point in the last six years (also known as Ever 6 FSM) and for children whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces.  

Pupil Premium Statement 2017/18

Pupil Premium Review 2016/17 review

Pupil Premium Statement for 2016/17

Pupil Premium Statement for 2015/16

Pupil Premium Impact:

Pupil Premium Impact 2016/17

PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT 2015/2016 (Unvalidated data)

  • The value-added score for pupils in receipt of pupil premium was 6.25 for reading, 1.52 for writing and -0.75 for maths (unvalidated) in 2016. This was significantly higher than the national average for reading.
  • In 2016 disadvantaged children were 3.25 ahead in reading, 1.43 ahead in writing and 4.48 behind in maths when comparing with other children from KS1 to KS2.
  • In 2016, 87% disadvantaged children made expected progress in reading, 100% in writing and 100% in maths.
  • Attainment in 2016 for disadvantaged children was higher than the national average in all subjects for expected or above.
  • In 2016, 60% of children in receipt of pupil premium achieved expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths at KS2 compared to 69% for all children.

PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT 2014/2015 (Unvalidated data)

  • Across all subjects, the value-added score for pupils in receipt of pupil premium was 100.7 (unvalidated) in 2015. This was higher than the national average of 99.8.
  • In 2015 disadvantaged children were 0.2 ahead in reading, 0.8 behind in writing and 0.8 behind in maths when comparing with non disadvantaged children from KS1 to KS2.
  • In 2015, 93% of disadvantaged children made expected progress in reading, 100% in writing and 93% in maths.
  • Attainment in 2015 for FSM children was higher than the national average in all subjects.
  • Whole school attendance has dropped from 96% in 2013/14 to 95% in 2014/15.
  • Attendance of children eligible for free school meals has dropped from 94.1 in 2013/14 to 89% in 2014/15.
  • In 2015, 86% of children in receipt of pupil premium achieved L4 or above in reading, writing and maths at KS2 compared to 85% for non-pupil premium children.