Impact of Pupil Premium on Progress

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Reading

Year Group Number of Disadvantaged pupils in the cohort Pupil Premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Non-pupil premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Gap
Year 3 9 100 100 0
Year 4 11 64 65 -1
Year 5 15 80 93 -13
Year 6 11 73 72 +1

 

Writing

Year Group Number of Disadvantaged pupils in the cohort Pupil Premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Non-pupil premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Gap
Year 3 9 100 100 0
Year 4 11 100 94 +6
Year 5 15 67 86 -19
Year 6 11 100 89 +11

 

Maths

Year Group Number of Disadvantaged pupils in the cohort Pupil Premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Non-pupil premium

% of pupils making expected and more than expected progress

Gap
Year 3 9 89 96 -7
Year 4 11 63 71 -8
Year 5 15 60 92 -32
Year 6 11 91 89 +2

 

Analysis

Progress of the disadvantaged pupils in Year 5 shows the largest gap in all three subjects, however, this cohort has a large number of disadvantaged pupils (one more than the total of the non-disadvantaged pupils).

In Year 6 the progress of Pupil Premium pupils has accelerated so that there is no gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. The gaps in progress in all other areas (subjects and year groups) are not very large and would, on the whole, indicate that disadvantaged pupils are making good progress across Key Stage 2.

Related Information : Pupil Premium Grant 2016-17
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