Pupil Premium 2020-21

PP funding for disadvantaged students – Summary and information

Our aim is to close, and ultimately eliminate, the gap that currently exists between Pupil Premium (PP) and Non-PP students.

In order to achieve this, we use pupil premium funding to address the barriers that exist for our disadvantaged students. Our current approach is summarised in the document below:
Click here to read the Pupil Premium Strategy for 2020-21.

Review of impact of PP interventions: Exam Outcomes / Attendance

A 3 year comparison between the performance of pupil premium (PP) and non-pupil premium (non PP) students in the key school exam and attendance measures

2015-16 (7 students) 2016-17 (17 students) 2017-18 (17 students)
% achieving A*-C in English and maths % achieving 4-9 in English and maths % achieving 5+ A-C in En and Maths
PP: 57%

Non PP: 91%

In school gap: -34%

PP: 71%

Non PP: 92%

In school gap: -21%

PP: 58.82%

Non PP: 91%

In school gap: -32.18%

Progress 8 Progress 8 Progress 8
PP: +0.09

Non PP: +0.58

In school gap: -0.42

PP: +0.43

Non PP: +0.52

In school gap: -0.09

PP: -0.2

Non PP: +0.56

In school gap: -0.76

Attainment 8 Attainment 8

(new methodology for 2017)

Attainment 8

PP: 4.7

Non PP: 6.2

In school gap: -1.5

PP: 51.76

Non PP: 58.99

In school gap: -8.87

PP: 42.59

Non PP: 60.24

In school gap: -17.65

% Attendance % Attendance % of unauthorised absence
PP Ave: 91.7%

Non PP Ave: 96.1%

In-school gap: -4.4%

PP Ave: 92.9%

Non PP Ave: 96.6%

In-school gap: -3.8%

PP Ave: 1.81%

Non PP Ave: 0.76%

In-school gap: -1.05%

 

We review our pupil premium strategy annually at the beginning of each academic year.

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