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Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2015- 2016

 

Careful consideration is given each year as to how pupil premium funding is spent to ensure the best possible outcome for pupils.

Here are last year’s results. There were a total of only 3 children who were eligible for the funding out of 60 pupils. One pupil had additional needs. Therefore statistically the significance of this data is highly questionable.

% disadvantaged pupils

Expected standard

Scaled score

National expected standard

Scaled score

Difference

Reading

63

103.3

66

103

In line with national

Writing

63

/

70

/

Just below national

Maths

75

102.1

72

103

In line with national

GPS

75

102.5

74

104

In line with national

RWM combined data

63

 

53

 

Significantly above national

 

We are thrilled that our pupils attain above or in line with national pupils in all areas and continue to strive to diminish the differences over time.

 

Key:

  • GPS – grammar, punctuation  and spelling
  • RWM- reading writing and maths; those pupils who achieved the expected standard in all three subjects.

 

How we are using our Pupil Premium Funding?

 

Each year the government allocates money to help close the gap of attainment and progress for children who are entitled to receive free school meals. We are using the money in the following ways:

1. To provide two teachers to teach Y6, YR and Y2 pupils

2. To provide a learning mentor to work with groups of pupils in the afternoon.

3. To provide a voucher to be used against club, trips or music lessons.

 

In determining the best use of the allocated grant we again used current research from the Sutton Trust Foundation. We believe that providing small ratios of teacher to child is the best use of the funding.

 

What impact has it had? This shows that throughout the school children are making at least good progress resulting in a narrowing of the attainment and achievement gap between children at Bollin Primary School and children nationally. This evidences that money has been used effectively. 

Pupil premium plan 2016-2017

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