Pupil Premium Comparisons

Pupil Premium Comparisons 2016 Attainment

Comparing our school PPG children with non PPG children at our school and non PPG children nationally.

YEAR 1 PHONICS RESULTS 2016

School results

National results

School PPG children results

National PPG children results

83%

81%

100%

70% 

This table shows that all of our Pupil Premium children passed the Year 1 phonics check in 2016 compared to 70% of the national PPG children. This table indicates that our PPG children performed better than the overall results (+17%).

 

END OF KS1 RESULTS 2016

Expected or above

Subject

School

National

School PPG children

Reading

82%

74%

50%

Writing

73%

65%

0%

Mathematics

78%

73%

0%

Science

84%

82%

50%

At the end of the Key stage in 2016 only 2 children were eligible for PPG/Forever 6 in Year 2. Both these children didn’t get a GLD at the end of the Foundation Stage and both children have Special Educational Needs.

This table shows that 50% (1 child) of PPG children achieved the expected standard in reading and science. With additional support this pupil made better than expected progress.

(Due to such small numbers of PPG children the statistical data is unreliable).

 

 

 

 

 

OVERVIEW OF PUPIL PREMIUM CHILDREN 2012-2015 (Average Points Score at KS1)

Comparing Our School PPG children with PPG children nationally

 

% Y2

PPG

All Subjects

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

2012

3.3%

15.1

14.1

15.0

14.4

15.0

13.2

15.4

14.6

2013

5%

17.4

14.3

18.2

14.8

17.4

13.5

16.6

14.8

2014

5%

16.3

14.6

16.5

15.0

15.5

13.7

17.0

15.0

2015

6.6%

16.7

14.8

17.0

15.2

15.5

14.0

17.5

15.1 

 

The children eligible for pupil premium funding have achieved above the national average APS in all areas over the last 4 years compared to other pupil premium children nationally.

 

CLOSING THE GAP 2012-2015: KS1

 

Comparing our school PPG children with non PPG at our school and non PPG children nationally (Average Points Score at KS1)

 

 

% Y2

PPG

All Subjects

Reading

Writing

Maths

 

School

National

School

National

School

National

School

National

2012

3.3%

-2.3

-0.8

-2.5

-1.0

-2.0

-0.2 

-2.2

-0.7

2013

5%

-0.4

1.1 above national

0.2 above peers

1.4 above national

0.3 above peers

1.9 above national

-1.7

0.1 above national

2014

5%

-1.6

-0.1 

-1.6

-0.5 

-2.0

-0.1

-1.1

0.3 above national

2015

6.6%

-0.9

0.1 above national

-0.8

-0.1

-1.4

-0.3

-0.5

0.6 above national

 

The most significant gap Perryfields Infant School has had was in 2012. Since then there has been a change to our approach in reading and maths and pupils who are eligible for pupil premium funding have more focused support.

 

Over the last four years there has been no significant gap between the pupil premium children and non PP children nationally and in several cases the PP group have exceeded other pupils nationally.

 

Over the last four years there has been no significant gap between the pupil premium children and their peers in school and in some cases the PP group have exceeded the rest of the cohort. In order to reduce this gap even further we have more detailed Pupil Premium Plans and plan to involve the parents more with these plans and have booked a Pupil Premium Healthcare check for the Autumn term 2015 to ensure we strive to provide the most appropriate support for these individual children.

 

This year 2015, 1 of the 4 PP pupils joined the school in Year 2 in January.