Attainment and Progress Report 2017– 2018
There were no pupils eligible for pupil premium in the Early Years / Year 2 data set .
One pupil was eligible for pupil premium in Year 1 and achieved the expected standard in phonics.
Across all year groups, progress data was good for pupils eligible for pupil premium funding.
Three children were eligible for pupil premium in Year 6 in 2018. One out of the three pupils achieved the expected standard reading and writing. The two children, who did not meet the expected standard were both identified as having special educational needs.
|No. of pupils||Reading, writing & mathematics||Reading||Writing||Mathematics|
|School||National||School||Av. score||School||National||School||Av. score|
|All pupils||25||54%||64%||65% (75%)||103 (105)||85%||78%||77% (76%)||103.5 (104.4)|
|Pupil premium||3||0%||70%||33% (80%)||97.3 (106.1)||33%||83%||0% (81%)||96.3 (105.4)|
(National figures in brackets)
Total amount of pupil premium grant received 2017 - 2018: £21,120
We allocated the funding in 2017 - 2018 in the following ways:
1:1 support with a specialist teacher
Focused teaching assistant support / intervention groups
Individual programmes and resources for learning eg. Lexia, Nessie, Toe by Toe, TT Rockstars
Release time for Assessment Leader and Vice Principal
HLTA Learning Mentor delivery of TAMHs programmes, nurture groups, 1:1 nurture provision
EWO visits / support
Support for children and training for staff from Applied Psychologies Educational Psychologists
Funding for visits, visitors and residential stays
Access to sports events and clubs