Use of Pupil Premium

2018/19 Pupil Premium Impact Statement

There were 75 disadvantaged students in year 11 and they accounted for 54% of the year group. 25 of 47 more able students received pupil premium support.

 

Disadvantaged Students

Non-disadvantaged Students

Starting point (KS2 APS)

4.62

4.67

Attainment 8 average grade

4.50

4.66

Progress 8*

0.18

0.28

-          Progress in English

0.44

0.56

-          Progress in Maths

0.03

0.19

-          Progress in 3 best EBacc subjects

0.06

0.43

-          Progress in 3 best other subjects

0.24

0.00

Grade 5+ in English & Mathematics

32%

43.8%

Grade 5+ in English

60%

68.8%

Grade 5+ in Mathematics

36%

46.9%

EBacc APS

3.74

4.02

*Progress 8 values are unvalidated

§  44 disadvantaged students achieved a grade 5 or higher in English compared to 45 non-disadvantaged.

§  There is a gap in attainment in maths where 27 achieved a grade 5 or higher compared to 30 non-disadvantaged students. The nominal difference is small but represents a 9.9% difference in proportions.

§  More disadvantaged students studied separate sciences than their peers which gave them the chance to achieve an additional science grade (18 compared to 10).

§  Disadvantaged students were half as likely as their peers to have achieved a double grade 5 in combined science. 12 of 59 achieved the double grade 5.

§  The more able disadvantaged group of 25 students entered KS3 schooling with a better prior attainment than their peers, they have completed KS4 courses with a higher average grade and with a progress 8 measurement of +0.39 which is 3 times better than non-disadvantaged students (+0.13).


 

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