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Cloverlea Primary School

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.

 

Funding for 2018 to 2019

In the 2018 to 2019 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:

£1,320 for primary-aged pupils

£2,300 for each Looked After Child

£2,300 for each child who has ceased to be looked after because of adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangements order or a residence order

Head teachers and school leaders can decide how to use the Pupil Premium.

 

DFE Website

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pupil-premium/pupil-premium

 

If you think your child may eligible to receive this additional funding and support but are not sure whether the school are aware of this, please speak in confidence to Mr McConnell or Mrs Marlow in the school office.

 

Cloverlea Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-2020

Headline Results

Year 6 SATs (2018)

50% (1 out of 2) 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 2 FSM ('Disadvantaged') pupils made expected progress in reading, 1 made expected and 1 made above expected progress in writing, and 1 made below and 1 made expected progress in maths. 

 

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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