Impact of Pupil Premium funding 2014-15.

 

Early Years Foundation Stage.

 

  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a ‘good level of development’. This is above the national average (60%) and the Surrey average (72.5%).
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved as expected or above in all the Prime Learning Goals. This is above the Surrey average (81.5%).
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved as expected or above in all the Specific Learning Goals. This is above the Surrey average (73.9%).
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved as expected or above in all the Areas of Learning. This is above the Surrey average (71.6%).
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding progressed as expected or above in the Prime Learning Goals, Specific Learning Goals and in all the Areas of Learning. 

Key Stage One.

Phonics Screening Check.

  • 67% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding met the expected standard in the Year 1 phonics screening. This is above the national average (66%).

End of Key Stage One Assessments.

  • The average point score (APS) for all subjects for pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding was 15.7. This is above the national average (14.8).
  • The average point score (APS) for Reading for pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding was 17.0. This is above the national average (15.2).
  • The average point score (APS) for Writing for pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding was 15.0. This is above the national average (14.0).
  • The average point score (APS) for Maths for pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding was 15.0. The national average is (15.1).
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 2 or above in Reading.
  • 50% of pupils (1 out of 2) receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 2 or above in Writing.
  • 50% of pupils (1 out of 2) receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 2 or above in Maths.
  • 50% of pupils (1 out of 2) receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 3 in Reading.
  • 50% of pupils (1 out of 2) receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 3 in Writing.
  • 50% of pupils (1 out of 2) receiving Pupil Premium funding achieved a level 3 in Maths.
  • 100% of pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding progressed as expected or above in Maths, Reading and Writing.

 

“The proportion of disadvantaged children (who received Pupil Premium Funding) at KS1 that attained at least Level 3 was equal to or above the national figure for other pupils in reading, writing and maths.”

OFSTED Inspection Dashboard October 2015.