In 2013/14 there were 224 pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium in the primary phase of the Academy and 225 pupils eligible in the secondary phase of the Academy. The total amount of funding received was £458,613.
In 2014/15 there are 238 pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium in the primary phase of the Academy and 250 pupils eligible in the secondary phase of the Academy. The total amount of funding expected is £510,000.
There is a significant change in primary pupil numbers eligible for the Pupil Premium due to Slade Green Junior School becoming part of the Academy at the start of this academic year.
Our Pupil Premium is used to provide a range of activities and resources which support students whose achievement or whose progress is lower than it should be. These included the following in the primary phase:
For this academic year we are continuing with the activities and resources above as they proved successful, and have extended the programme to incorporate students based at our Slade Green campus.
The Pupil Premium funding was used for the following activities and resources in the secondary phase:
For this academic year we are continuing with the activities and resources above as they proved successful, and extending to ensure our Year 10 students are fully supported as they start their GCSE studies.
The achievement of primary students eligible for the pupil premium is above similar students nationally. 83% of them achieved Level 4+ in reading, 89% in writing and 89% in mathematics. When National Data is released, at the end of October, this page will be updated.
Within the Academy the achievement of pupil premium students was comparable to the achievement of other students who achieved 86%, 84% and 90% for reading writing and maths. In addition the progress of Pupil Premium students was comparable to other students and shows that they were making good progress from their starting points which compares favourably with national data on progress.
Within the Academy the progress of pupil premium students at the end of Year 9 was slightly below the progress of other students. 64% of our pupil premium students made 5 or more sub-levels progress in English from their end of KS2 level, 83% in Maths and 52% in Science. This compares to 66% of all students who made 5 or more sub-levels progress in English from their end of KS2 level, 86% in Maths and 61% in Science.
It is difficult to compare with achievement in other secondary schools nationally because Key Stage 3 results are teacher assessed and not reported nationally.
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