Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is allocated to local authorities and schools with pupils on roll that are known to have been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any time in the last six years.

Each of these pupils currently attract £1300 of funding. Schools will have the freedom to spend the Premium, which is additional to the underlying schools budget, in a way they think will best support the raising of attainment for the most vulnerable pupils.

Parents are strongly encouraged to register their child as eligible for FSM so that each school receives their maximum Pupil Premium entitlement.

For more information, have a look at our information letter  

Pupil Premium Form

and/or follow this link to the HertsDirect website

The Pupil Premium is also provided for children in care who have been looked after continuously for at least six months. Children of parents in the armed services, who face particular challenges, are also eligible for an amount of funding. The level of this Service Child premium is currently £250.

Attainment and Progress

Pupil Premium Analysis

KS1

Points at the End of Year 2 – Attainment

 

Subject

Pupil Premium(APS – Average Points Score) Non Pupil Premium(APS -Average Points Score)
Reading 16.6 17.8
Writing 16.1 17.5
Maths 16.6 17.4

Points at the End of Year 2 – Progress from the start of Year 1

 

Subject

Pupil Premium(APS – Average Points Score) Non Pupil Premium(APS -Average Points Score)
Reading 11 11
Writing 11 10.9
Maths 11 9.9

Summary

Children in receipt of Pupil Premium attain slightly lower levels than their peers by the end of KS1. They are making 16 points by the end of KS1 which means they are attaining well. This gap is narrowing.

However, pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium are in line with or slightly outperforming peers in the progress they make.

 KS2

Points at the end of Year 6 – Attainment

 

Subject

Pupil Premium (APS – Average Points Score) Non Pupil Premium(APS – Average Points Score)
Reading 25.5 29.7
Writing 28.5 31.2
Maths 28.5 30
Combined R/Wr/M 27.8 30.2

Points at the end of Year 6 – Progress from the end of KS1

 

Subject

Pupil Premium (APS – Average Points Score) Non Pupil Premium(APS – Average Points Score)
Reading 12.6 12.9
Writing 16 14.9
Maths 13.1 14.8

2 Levels of progress

 

 

Subject

Pupil Premium (% of Pupil Premium Children making 2 levels of progress from KS1) Non Pupil Premium (% of Pupil Premium Children making 2 levels of progress from KS1)
Reading 71.4 95
Writing 100 100
Maths 100 90

Summary

Children in receipt of Pupil Premium attained at a lower level than their peers by the end of KS2. This gap is narrowing over time.

Pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium made outstanding progress in Writing, were broadly in line in Reading and slightly below peers in Maths. In Writing and Maths all of our children in receipt of Pupil Premium made at least two levels of progress from the end of KS1.

Our current Pupil Premium Report and Policy for 2016  are here for you to look at

Pupil Premium Report for 2016

2016 HT Pupil Premium Policy

 

 

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