Pupil Premium

 The Pupil Premium Strategy 

Extra funding is given to schools for pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as the Ever6 Free School Meals Measure).

From 2014 the Pupil Premium was also allocated to children who have been in care for 1 day or more and those who are adopted.

Schools also receive funding for pupils who are children of service personnel.

In 2018-19 the Pupil Premium allocation is £1320/Looked After/Previously Looked After Children £2300/Children of Service Personnel £300

It is for schools to decide on how the pupil premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupil within their responsibility

At St Bryn Peter’s the headteacher, Julie Alcock, has overall strategic responsibility for this area. She is supported by Sam Swann and Cheryl Brady – Assistant heads.

You can take a look at how the funding has been spent in school and the impact of that spending, in the files below.

 

Pupil Premium – Impact EYFS/Key stage 1

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at the end of Reception in 2019?

 

 

GLD achieved

Whole Class

 

30

70%

National

 

 

72%

Non pupil premium

21

67%

Pupil Premium

 

9

78%

 

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do in Phonics at the end of Year 1 in 2019?

 

 

Passed

Whole Class

30

80%

National

 

82%

Non pupil premium

24

75%

Pupil Premium

6

100%

 

Pupil Premium Pupils performed better than Non PP Pupils within the school, and better than other children nationally.

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at the end of KS1 in 2019?

Reading

 

 

Below the expected standard

Pre key stage standards 1 to 4

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard

Working at greater depth

Working at the expected standard and above

Whole Class

30

0

3 – 10%

3 – 10%

17– 57%

7 – 23%

80%

National

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75%

Non pupil premium

25

0

2 – 8%

3 – 12%

15 – 60%

5 – 20%

80%

Pupil Premium

5

0

1 – 20%

0

2 – 40%

2 – 40%

80%

 

WRITING

 

 

Below the expected standard

Pre key stage standards 1 to 4

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard

Working at greater depth

Working at the expected standard and above

Whole Class

30

0

3 – 10%

4 – 13%

16 – 53%

7 – 23%

77%

National

 

 

 

 

 

 

69%

Non pupil premium

25

0

2 – 8%

4 – 16%

13 – 52%

6 – 24%

76%

Pupil Premium

5

1 – 13%

1 – 20%

0

3 – 60%

1 – 20%

80%

 

MATHS

 

 

Below the expected standard

Pre key stage standards 1 to 4

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard

Working at greater depth

Working at the expected standard and above

Whole Class

30

0

0

4 – 13%

18 – 60%

8 – 27%

87%

National

 

 

 

 

 

 

76%

Non pupil premium

25

0

0

1 – 20%

17 – 68%

5 – 20%

88%

Pupil Premium

5

0

0

3 – 12%

1 – 20%

3 – 60%

80%

Pupil Premium – Impact Key stage 2

How well did Pupil Premium Pupils do at the end of KS2 in 2019?

Reading

 

 

Below the expected standard

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard or +

Working at greater depth

Whole Class

31

2 – 6%

13 – 42%

16 – 52%

4 -13%

National

 

 

 

 

73%

 

Non pupil premium

20

2 – 10%

6= 30%

12 – 60%

2 – 10%

Pupil Premium

11

0

7 – 64%

4 – 36%

2 – 18%

 

Writing

 

 

Working at the expected standard

Whole Class

31

77%

National

 

 

78%

Non pupil premium

20

85%

Pupil Premium

11

64%

 

GPS

 

 

Below the expected standard

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard or +

Working at greater depth

Whole Class

31

3 – 10%

6 – 19%

22 - 71%

7 – 23%

National

 

 

 

78%

 

Non pupil premium

20

2 – 10%

3 – 15%

15 -75%

3 -15%

Pupil Premium

11

1 – 9%

3 – 27%

7 -64%

4 – 36%

 

MATHS

 

 

Below the expected standard

Working towards the expected standard

Working at the expected standard or+

Working at greater depth

Whole Class

31

3 -10%

8 – 26%

20 – 65%

2 – 6%

National

 

 

 

79%

 

Non pupil premium

20

2- 10%

4 -20%

14 – 70%

2 – 10%

Pupil Premium

11

1 – 9%

4 – 36%

6 – 55%

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