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2013 – 2014

 The school used pupil premium funding to:

  • Employ an additional teacher which allowed Year 3 to be taught as 4 classes rather than 3 for part of the school day. This resulted in a better KS1 to KS2 transition experience, smaller class sizes, and more personalised learning for pupil premium children.
  • The remaining funds were used to provide 1:2:1 and small group support to raise standards, improve life chances, close gaps, ensure self-belief, confidence, motivation and respect for all. To make sure that all pupils were prepared to make a positive contribution to society and be happy, positive and inspirational members of society

Impact of Pupil Premium Funding

Attainment

% Children achieving expected standard (Level 4) in Year 6 (2012 – 2013)

Maths Reading Writing
All Pupils 93% 95% 93%
Pupil Premium 56% 89% 56%
Gap 37% 6% 37%

% Children achieving expected standard (Level 4) in Year 6 (2013 – 2014)

Maths Reading Writing
All Pupils 88% 96% 89%
Pupil Premium 78% 100% 78%
Gap 10% +4% 11%

In 2014 the attainment gap between pupil premium and non-pupil premium children has significantly narrowed in Maths and Writing and pupil premium children actually outperformed non-pupil premium children in Reading.

Progress

Disadv = pupil premium                Non-Disadv = non-pupil premium

The progress gap between pupil premium and non-pupil premium pupils has narrowed in Writing and Maths.