Achievements

Summer 2018

Pilgrims’ Way Primary School Pupil Premium Impact Data 

2017/2018

Early Years:  70% achieved GLD.

Year 1 phonics: 22 pupils (76%) passed the phonics screening

End of KS1 Pupil Premium analysis 

Point to note: – children who are eligible for the pupil premium grant are outperforming those who are not eligible in reading and writing.  However, there are more PP children who are achieving greater depth and making accelerated progress in maths.

End of KS2 Pupil Premium Data – 19 PP pupils and 11 NPP pupils

Point to note: – children who are eligible for the pupil premium grant are outperforming those who are not eligible in reading, writing and maths.

 

 

Data 2016 – 2017

Early Years:  70% achieved GLD.

Year 1 phonics: 25 pupils (83%) passed the phonics screening

Year 2 data:

Year 2 data

Year 6 data (after disapplication):

Year 6 data

Rest of School:

Rest of school data

Data Analysis – summer 2016

 

Pupil premium and non pupil premium comparison

KS2 results Reading Writing Maths SPAG
Pupil premium 76% 88% 94% 88%
Non Pupil premium 77% 85% 88% 92%

 

KS1 results Reading Writing Maths
Pupil premium 81% 75% 75%
Non Pupil premium 86% 71% 71%

Phonics screening result:- 87% 

 

Analysis of group comparisons:-

(The gaps between all groups is less than one point)

Points to note:-

  • The gap between pupil premium and non pupil premium pupils is very small.
  • There is a slight gap between pupil premium and non pupil premium pupils in Y3 for writing and maths – intervention groups will be put in place to address this in September.
  • There is more of a gap between boys and girls in Y2 – with boys outperforming girls – intervention groups to address this will be put in place in September.
  • Y4 data for boys and girls is skewed – 8 boys in Y4 and two of these are statemented.
  • Y1 girls’ progress is stronger than boys – the Y2 intervention teacher (Liz Michaels) will focus on boys.
  • The inclusion manager is to do a detailed audit to look at the difference in progress between the groups and will provide information on this in September, and the steps taken to address this.