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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to under achievement. These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals, children who are looked after by a local authority and children of parents who are in the armed forces.

A brief overview of what was achieved by vulnerable learners by the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) can be seen in the tables below.  Vulnerable in this context means those children in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant because they are entitled to or have been entitled to free school meals.

Please click here to acess the Pupil Premium Strategy for 2018 - 2019.

Please click here to see how Pupil Premium was spent for the academic year 2017 - 2018 

Please click here to see how Pupil Premium was spent for the academic year 2016 - 2017

 

Impact - Outcomes for vulnerable learners in the academic Year 2017/18

Percentage of chilren in Year 6 in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant = 24%

Of the 24% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 67% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading.

 

Of the 24% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 83% of those children met or exceeded the standard in writing.

 

Of the 24% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 50% of those children met or exceeded the standard in mathematics.

 

Of the 24% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 33% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading, writing and mathematics  combined.

 

Impact - Outcomes for vulnerable learners in the academic Year 2016/17

Percentage of chilren in Year 6 in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant = 28%

Of the 28% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 67% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading.

 

Of the 28% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 56% of those children met or exceeded the standard in writing.

 

Of the 28% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 78% of those children met or exceeded the standard in mathematics.

 

Of the 28% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 56% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading, writing and mathematics  combined.

 

Impact - Outcomes for Vulnerable Learners in the academic Year 2015/16

Percentage of chilren in Year 6 in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant = 25%

Of the 25 % of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 75% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading.

 

Of the 25% of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 63% of those children met or exceeded the standard in writing.

 

Of the 25 % of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 88% of those children met or exceeded the standard in mathematics.

 

Of the 25 % of children in receipt of the pupil premium grant, 63% of those children met or exceeded the standard in reading, writing and mathematics  combined.

 

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