Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium Funding

 

The Pupil Premium Funding has made a huge impact on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils in 2016  at Deaf Hill Primary and Nursery School:

 

% of disadvantaged children achieving GLD at the end of Reception was 89% compared to 69% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium nationally.

% of disadvantaged children achieving the expected standard in the Y1 phonics assessment was 80% compared to 83% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children achieving the expected standard in the Y2 phonics assessment was 91% compared to 93% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in reading at the end of KS1 was 82% compared to 78% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in writing at the end of KS1 was 91% compared to 70% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in maths at the end of KS1 was 64% compared to 77% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at working at greater depth in reading at the end of KS1 was 18% compared to 27% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at working at greater depth in writing at the end of KS1 was 18% compared to 16% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at working at greater depth in maths at the end of KS1 was 27% compared to 20% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in reading at the end of KS2 was 55% compared to 71% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in writing at the end of KS2 was 82% compared to 79% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in EGPS at the end of KS2 was 91% compared to 78% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at or above the expected standard in Maths at the end of KS2 was 91% compared to 75% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at achieving a higher score in reading at the end of KS2 was 18% compared to 23% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at achieving a higher score in writing at the end of KS2 was 27% compared to 18% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at achieving a higher score in EPGS at the end of KS2 was 45% compared to 27% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally.

% of disadvantaged children at achieving a higher score in maths at the end of KS2 was 18% compared to 20% of pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium Nationally. 

 Please click here to view the Pupil Premium Strategy Report 2016

Please click this link to view the Pupil Premium report 2013-2014

Please click this link to view the Pupil Premium report 2014-2015

Please click this link to view the Pupil Premium report 2015-2016