Greenfield Primary School

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Pupil Premium 2014 - 2015

Pupil Premium allocation for 2014 / 2015

In 2014 / 2015 we received £136,300 which represents £1300 for each E6 pupil and £1900 for LAC pupils.  Of this money £143,549 was spent (overspend of +£7,249). This link shows a table of what the money has been spent on in the 2014 / 2015 academic year.

 

How did pupil premium funding make a difference to the attainment of disadvantaged pupils?

Evidence of the impact of this support through assessment data can be seen summarised  below.  We have an in-depth tracking system which is analysed half termly enabling the SLT and class teachers to monitor and act on the progress of a range of different groups throughout their time at Greenfield Primary School. The link above also evidences what the money was spent on resulting in increased progress and attainment.

 

KS1

Percentage of pupils eligible for FSM

              2013       2014       2015       

School          42.9%      44%        41.4%

National        26.7%     26.6%      26.0%

School Y2     44.8%     48.3%      44.4%

 

The table below shows APS from summer 2014 (the end of Y1) to summer 2015 (the end of Y2)

From the end of Y1, the table shows that in Y2 FSM pupils made less progress in reading (-0.6) and more in writing (+0.3) and maths (+0.1) than their non-FSM peers. In all areas this is better than the previous year with the gap closing by 0.1 in reading, and FSM being higher in writing and maths (when they were lower in 2014 / 2014).

FSM

Non-FSM

Reading

Writing

Maths

Reading

Writing

Maths

 4.2

3.6 

4.1 

 4.8

3.3 

4.0 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Our 2015 KS1 average point score (APS) data across reading, writing and maths was 13.0 for FSM pupils compared to 14.8  nationally meaning that our FSM pupils achieved below national. Although the attainment of our FSM pupils is below national ,their progress from the end of Y1 to the end of Y2 was strong (as the table above identifies  - expected progress is 3.0 in a year).
  • Our non-FSM pupils APS was 16.3 compared to a national average of 16.6 highlighting a much smaller gap between non-FSM and national than there is with FSM and national. 
  • Our FSM pupils are 13.0 and our non-FSM  are 16.3  giving a difference of 3.3 compared with a national difference of 1.8 - this is higher than 2014 data.

 

KS2 

Percentage of pupils eligible for FSM

                       2013       2014        2015

School          42.9%      44%        41.4%

National        26.7%     26.6%      26.0%

School Y6    41.2%      46.2%      48.2%

 

The table below shows APS from summer 2014 (the end of Y5) to summer 2015 (the end of Y6)

The table shows that in Y6 FSM pupils made more progress in reading, writing and maths than their non-FSM peers. Both groups of children exceeded national expectations in terms of progress (expected is 3.0).

FSM

Non-FSM

Reading

4.4

Writing

5.6

Maths

5.1

Reading

3.5

Writing

5.0

Maths

4.8

  • Our 2015 KS2 APS data across reading, writing and maths was 28.1 for FSM pupils compared to 27.2  nationally.  This shows our FSM pupils to have achieved  higher APS than national.
  • Our non-FSM APS was 29.1 compared to 29.5 nationally. This shows our non-FSM were -0.4 below national non-FSM.