Impact of Pupil Premium on Attainment

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Reading

2015 2016  Gap Narrowing ?
PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE % Difference PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE % Difference
Y1 83 85 -2 75 89 -14 Not yet
Y2 50 6 +46 75 76 -1 Yes
Y3 67 76 -9 67 96 -29 Not yet
Y4 67 73 -6 64 59 +5 Yes
Y5 77 92 -15 73 80 -7 Yes
Y6 88 67 +21 54 * 61 -7 Yes

 

*If the PP calculation is done without the PP joiners in Year 6, the % is 63 which makes the difference +2, so gap almost closed

 

Writing

2015 2016   Gap Narrowing ?
PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE Difference PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE % Difference
Y1 58 89 –31 58 89 -31 No change
Y2 25 28 -3 100 82 _+18 Yes
Y3 56 67 -11 56 82 -26 Not yet
Y4 56 68 -12 64 65 -1 Yes
Y5 46 69 -23 47 79 -32 Not yet
Y6 50 65 -15 64 * 67 -3 Yes

 

*If the PP calculation is done without the PP joiners in Year 6, the % is 67, so no gap

 

Maths

2015 2016   Gap Narrowing ?
PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE Difference PP % at ARE Non PP % at ARE % Difference
Y1 75 94 -19 58 83 -25 Not yet
Y2 25 22 +3 100 76 +24 Yes
Y3 56 71 -15 44 86 -42 Not yet
Y4 50 63 -13 64 76 -12 Yes
Y5 62 92 -30 53 100 -46 Not yet
Y6 75 53 +22 72* 61 +11 Yes

 

* If the PP calculation is done without the PP joiners in Year 6, the % is 87, so gap would be 26

  • Pupil Premium funding can be seen to have had most impact this year in reading attainment, where the gap has narrowed in four out of six year groups.
  • Year 3 (R,W,M) are areas for development and in Year 5 (R,M); this is where funding will be focused over the coming academic year.

Related Information : Pupil Premium Grant 2016-17
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