Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2017

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2017

 

                                                            School level absence

        Breakdown

Sessions missed due to absence

Persistent absentees - absent for 10% or more sessions

School %

National average %

School %

National average %

      Disadvantaged 

     4.90

                   5.20

14.90

            15.10

 

                                                           School level exclusions

            Breakdown

Fixed term exclusions

 1 or more fixed term exclusions

more than 1 fixed term exclusion

Permanent exclusions

School %

National average %

School %

National average %

School %

National average %

School %

National average %

            All pupils

  0.55

1.10

0.55

         0.52

0.00                      0.23

 

    0.00

        0.02

       Disadvantaged

  1.06

2.91

1.06

         1.34

0.00                      0.61

 

    0.00

        0.06

                       

 

 

 

Absenteeism for disadvantaged pupils is below national averages as both our learning mentor and pastoral team (employed using PP funding) work closely alongside SLT to support pupils and their families with attendance issues.

This is also true of children whose emotional / behavioural difficulties are a barrier to their learning. Pastoral team, learning mentor and in-class support staff (All fully or partly funded through Pupil Premium) work together to support these children both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

EYFS

 

NB Figures for disadvantaged children only

 

Reading

 

 

2016

2017

% pupils achieving expected level or above

50%

67%

% pupils achieving GLD

46%

59%

 

Writing

 

 

2016

2017

% pupils achieving expected level or above

46%

67%

% pupils achieving GLD

  46%

59%

 

Mathematics

 

 

2016

2017

% pupils achieving expected level or above

54%

61%

% pupils achieving GLD

46%

59%

 

Data for disadvantaged children in the Early Years Foundation Stage has shown an increase in GLD (good level of development) over the last three years.

Pupil Premium funding has been used to purchase resources and to train staff to deliver the READ WRITE inc. programme across EYFS and KS1. Funding has also been provided to ensure a high staff ratio of both teachers and support staff. This has allowed small group focused teaching of these basic skills.

 

 

 

Phonics (Y1)

 

 

2016

2017

% pupils achieving expected level

62.5%

63%

 

 

PP funding spent on high staff to pupil ratios and READ WRITE inc has shown an increase in phonics results over the last three years.