2019 PUPIL PREMIUM IMPACT REPORT
EYFS RESULTS
EYFS DISADVANTAGED – 3 children
School | National | Notes | |||
Dis | Other | Dis | Other | All children made progress from their starting points and interventions have been put in place in yr1 | |
GLD (good level of developement | 0% | 78% | 57% | 74% | |
Reading | 0% | 78% | 62% | 79% | |
Writing | 0% | 82% | 59% | 76% | |
Maths | 0% | 82% | 65% | 81% | |
Communication & Language | 33% | 89% | 71% | 84% |
Closing the GAP between disadvantaged and other |
2017 | 2018 | 2019 | |||
Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | |
GLD | 2%D | 16%O | 27%O | 17%O | 78%O | 17%O |
Reading | 17%O | 17%O | 22%O | 13%O | 78%O | 17%O |
Writing | 17%0 | 17%O | 18%O | 17%D | 82%O | 17%O |
Maths | 2%D | 15%O | 31%O | 16%O | 82%O | 16%O |
Communication & Language | 2%O | 12%O | 11%O | 12%O | 56%O | 13%O |
Closing the GAP between schools disadvantaged and national other | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 |
GLD | +2 | -24 | -74 |
Reading | -5 | -30 | -79 |
Writing | -1 | -26 | -76 |
Maths | -5 | -31 | -81 |
Communication & Language | -9 | -9 | -51 |
YEAR 1 PHONICS DISADVANTAGED – 4 children
School | National | |||
Dis | Other | Dis | Other | |
Working at required standard | 75% | 85% | 71% | 84% |
Closing the GAP between school disadvantaged and national other | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 |
+7 | -5 | -9 |
KS1 DISADVANTAGED – 7 CHILDREN
RWM | Reading | Writing | Maths | |||||
Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | |
SCHOOL | ||||||||
Disadvantaged | 57% | 14% | 57% | 14% | 57% | 14% | 71% | 14% |
Other | 80% | 15% | 85% | 30% | 80% | 20% | 80% | 30% |
NATIONAL | ||||||||
Disadvantaged | 50% | 5% | 62% | 14% | 55% | 7% | 63% | 12% |
Other | 69% | 13% | 78% | 28% | 73% | 17% | 79% | 24% |
KS1 Progress – disadvantaged – 7 Children
Y2 PP Progress | Reading | Writing | Maths |
Accelerated Progress | 1 CHILD | 1 CHILD | 3 CHILDREN |
Expected Progress | 3 CHILDREN | 3 CHILDREN | 3 CHILDREN |
Less than expected Progress | 2 CHILDREN | 2 CHILDREN | 2 CHILDREN |
Closing the GAP between disadvantaged and other | Working at the Expected Standard | Working at a Higher Standard | ||||||||||
2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | |||||||
Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | |
RWM | 21%O | 19%O | 12%D | 19%O | 23%O | 19%O | 2%D | 8%O | 15%D | 8%O | 1%O | 8%O |
Reading | 17%O | 16%O | 14%D | 17%O | 28%O | 16%O | 9%O | 14%O | 3%O | 15%O | 16%O | 14%O |
Writing | 26%O | 18%O | 21%D | 19%O | 23%O | 18%O | 4%D | 10%O | 11%D | 10%O | 6%O | 10%O |
Maths | 5%O | 17%O | 5%D | 17%O | 9%O | 16%O | 4%D | 12%O | 4%D | 13%O | 16%O | 12%O |
Closing the GAP between school disadvantaged and national other | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 |
RWM | -18 | +13 | -12 |
Reading | -15 | +12 | -21 |
Writing | -22 | +17 | -16 |
Maths | -8 | +2 | -8 |
KS2 DISADVANTAGED – 7 Children
RWM | Reading | Writing | Maths | |||||
Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | Expected | Higher | |
SCHOOL | ||||||||
Disadvantaged | 86% | 14% | 86% | 29% | 100% | 14% | 100% | 29% |
Other | 79% | 11% | 95% | 37% | 84% | 32% | 83% | 26% |
NATIONAL | ||||||||
Disadvantaged | 51% | 16% | 62% | 5% | 68% | 17% | 67% | 16% |
Other | 71% | 31% | 78% | 13% | 83% | 31% | 84% | 31% |
Closing the GAP between disadvantaged and other | Working at the Expected Standard | Working at a Higher Standard | ||||||||||
2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | |||||||
Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | Sch | Nat | |
RWM | 16%O | 20%O | 2%O | 19%O | 7%D | 16%O | 18%O | 7%O | 11%O | 8%O | 3%D | 8%O |
Reading | 11%O | 17%O | 18%D | 16%O | 9%O | 16%O | 7%O | 15%O | 16%O | 15%O | 8%O | 14%O |
Writing | 25%O | 15%O | 7%O | 16%O | 2%D | 16%O | 23%O | 11%O | 1%D | 13%O | 18%O | 13%O13%O |
Maths | 29%O | 17%O | 18%D | 17%O | 17%D | 17%O | 50%O | 14%O | 21%O | 14%O | 3%D | 15%O |
Closing the GAP between school disadvantaged and national other | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 |
RWM | -10 | +5 | +29 |
Reading | -5 | +20 | +22 |
Writing | -32 | -8 | +17 |
Maths | -23 | +19 | +17 |
Notes |
PP are all boys. All achieved WA+ 6 2 children made accelerated progress from their starting points. |