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The Pupil Premium

From the DFE Website:

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most. It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per FSM pupils, is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.

 

Useful Links for Additional Information on The Pupil Premium

 

http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/resources/pupil-premium

https://www.gov.uk/pupil-premium-information-for-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings

Pupil Premium - General Information

Making a Difference

At Cloverlea we track and monitor pupil's attainment and progress rigorously and regularly to ensure they achieve their full potential. Progress is tracked for all pupils on a termly basis and data is analysed and compared according to different characteristics including FSM. The DFE also analyse our school data and compare our results to national data.

 

We are proud of the way in which we support and assist all our pupils at Cloverlea to ensure that they make the best progress possible and are confident and equipped to succeed when they move on to secondary school.

Cloverlea Primary School

Pupil Premium Statement 2017-2018

  1. Summary Information

School: Cloverlea Primary School

Local Authority: Trafford

Academic Year: 2016-2017

Number on Roll: 208

Number of Eligible Pupils: 21

Total Pupil Premium Grant: £30,040

Date of most recent PP review: October 2017

Date for next PP review: October 2018

 

  1. Current Attainment 2016-2017

End of Key Stage 2      2017

Pupils eligible for PPG

School achievement %

Pupils eligible for PPG

National achievement %

 

All children

School Achievement %

All children

National Achievement %

Gap

(school PP – national PP achievements

% attaining at least expected standard combined

60%

47%

81%

73%

+13%

% attaining at least expected standard reading

80%

59%

90%

71%

+21%

% attaining at least expected standard writing

60%

66%

84%

76%

-6%

% attaining at least expected standard maths

60%

63%

 

90%

70%

-3%

% attaining at least expected standard SPAG

80%

66%

87%

77%

+14%

             Impact on Attainment 2015-2016

End of Key Stage 2      2016

Pupils eligible for PPG

School achievement %

Pupils eligible for PPG

National achievement %

 

All children

School Achievement %

All children

National Achievement %

Gap

(school PP – national PP achievements

% attaining at least expected standard combined

67%

59%

73%

53%

+8%

% attaining at least expected standard reading

66%

71%

83%

66%

-5%

% attaining at least expected standard writing

100%

78%

80%

74%

+22%

% attaining at least expected standard maths

66%

75%

87%

70%

-9%

% attaining at least expected standard SPAG

100%

77%

93%

72%

+23%

Headline Results

Year 6 SATs (2017)

60% (3 out of 5) of FSM ('Disadvantaged') pupils at our school attained the expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths, compared to 61% nationally.

In terms of progress made, the 5 FSM ('Disadvantaged') pupils made +6.13 scaled score in reading, -3.17 scaled score in writing and +2.97 scaled score in maths. 

 

Year 6 SATs (2016)

67% ( 2 out of 3) of FSM ('Disadvantaged') pupils at our school attained the expected level in Reading, Writing and Maths, compared to 60% nationally.

In terms of progress made, the 3 FSM ('Disadvantaged') pupils made -1.14 scaled score in reading, +0.53 scaled score in writing and -1.22 scaled score in maths.

Note: This 2016 data refers to the first year of tests after the abolition of National Curriculum levels. This is why this summary commentary looks different to the commentary for previous years.

Year 6 SATs (2015)

80% (4 out of 5 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school attained Level 4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

100% (5 out of 5 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school made at least expected progress (2 levels of progress in Key Stage 2) in Reading, Writing and Maths (See further details below).

 

Year 6 SATs (2014)

100% (1 out of 1 pupil) of FSM pupils at our school attained Level 4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

100% (1 out of 1 pupil) of FSM pupils at our school made at least expected progress (2 levels progress in Key Stage 2), in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

Year 6 SATs (2013)

75% (3 pupils out of 4 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school attained Level 4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths

75% (3 pupils out of 4 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school made at least expected progress (2 levels progress in Key Stage 2), in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

Year 6 SATs (2012)

86% (6 pupils out of 7 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school attained Level 4+ in Reading, Writing and Maths.

86% (6 out of 7 pupils) of FSM pupils at our school made at least expected progress (2 levels progress in Key Stage 2), in Reading, Writing and Maths.

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