2015-16 Pupil Premium Funding:

  • There were 19.8% of pupils in the school who were qualified for free school meals
  • There were 0% of pupils in school who were looked after
  • There was 0% pupils who was a member of a service family.

Funding received £54.120 based on pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. This was spent on:

  • Breakfast Club
  • Intervention
  • School uniform
  • Educational visits
  • Financial support to ensure participation in school activities
  • Small group Teacher Intervention
  • TA Support
  • Inclusion Manager
  • Smaller Class sizes

Expenditure

Cost

Breakfast Club

£5.711

Intervention/Smaller class sizes,

£30.000

Educational visits, school uniform, and resources.

£200

Inclusion Manager

£18.000

Impact Statement

Pupil Premium

 

Reading

Number of pupils

Points

Progress

Gap

Writing

Points

Progress

Gap

Maths

Points

Progress

Gap

Year 1

6

11

3

0.71

 

11

2.8

0.5

 

10.75

8.5

0.94

Year 2

5

13.3

2.1

0.75

 

14.1

2.9

0.11

 

13.6

2.4

0.3

Year 3

8

17.37

2.37

1.27

 

16.02

2.87

0.99

 

16.81

3

0.91

Year 4

9

19.6

2.33

0.11

 

20.05

2.83

0.10

 

19.72

2.55

0.45

Year 5

7

23.07

3.07

0.06

 

22.57

3.71

0.18

 

22.85

1.71

0.10

Year 6

7

26.92

2.92

0.57

 

26.57

4.42

0.61

 

26.71

3

0.53

The school's comparisons to National.
KS1
Disadvantaged pupils attain standards below their peers nationally in all subjects at the end of KS1.

KS2
Disadvantaged pupils attain standards significantly above their peers nationally in reading.
Disadvantaged pupils attain standards above their peers nationally in writing.
Disadvantaged pupils attain standards below their peers nationally in maths.