Key Stage 2 results 2015 for children in receipt of Pupil Premium

The table below states the percentage of children at the end of Key Stage 2 2015

 

Reading

 Writing

Maths

Level 4 (expected level for age)

100%

80%

100%

Level 5 (above expected level for  age)

60%

0

20%

Expected progress (2 levels)

100%

100%

100%

Better than expected  progress  (3 levels)

60%

20%

20%

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FOR 2015-2016

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) (Year 2015- 2016)

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

26

 

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1,320.00

 

Total amount of PPG received

£34,320.00

 

Post LAC £3,800.00

How we will spend our money this year (academic year 2015-2016)

 

  • Teaching Assistants
  • Additional teacher
  • Parent Liaison Officer
  • ICT technician
  • School Journey (Yr 6 pupils)
  • Trips
  • 1:1 tuition
  • Home Learning Enhancement Grants Creative arts and enrichment activities
  • Contributing towards philosophy teaching

 

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FOR 2014-2015

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) (Year 2014-2015)

 

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

30

 

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1,300.00

 

Total amount of PPG received

£39,000.00

 

Post LAC £3,800

How we spent our money this year (academic year 2014-2015)

 

  • Teaching Assistants
  • Additional Teacher
  • Parent Liaison Officer
  • ICT technician
  • School Journey (Yr 6 pupils)
  • Trips
  • 1:1 tuition
  • Home Learning Enhancement Grants
  • Creative arts and enrichment activities
  • Contributing towards philosophy teaching

 

 

As with all children at Eastcote, attainment and progress is monitored to ensure that all children make good progress.  Future impact of the PPG will be published on the DFE website: http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=101404&qtype=LA

2014 - Key Stage 2 pupils

4/5 children sat the KS2 tests

Percentages

Reading

Writing

Maths

Level 4 (expected average at KS2)

100%

100%

100%

Level 5 ( above average at KS2)

75%

25

25

Making expected progress

100%

100

100

Making better than expected progress

75%

75

25

 

A higher percentage of middle ability, disadvantaged children made expected progress than other children nationally.

A higher percentage of disadvantaged children made better than expected progress in reading and writing, compared to other children nationally.

On average, disadvantaged children made better progress at the end of Key Stage 2 than the other children in the cohort.

Eligibility for FSM (Raise 2014) school: 15%, national: 26.6%.

APS Disadvantaged Children End of Autumn 1 2014
(Non Disadvantaged)

 

Year grp

Reading  Present

Progress from beginning of key stage

Writing  Present

Progress from beginning of key stage

Maths Present

Progress from beginning of key stage

1

6.2 (8.7)

1.4 (2.3)

7.4 (8.0)

2.5 (1.8)

7.8 (8.7)

2.4 (1.8)

2

13 (12.4)

8 (6.8)

13 (12.3)

6.8 (6.7)

12.3 (13.1)

7.3 (7.3)

3

17.5 (18.6)

1 (1)

17 (17.6)

1 (0.8)

18 (17.7)

1 (0.2)

4

22.7 (21.8)

5.7 (5)

19 (19.9)

3.7 (4.1)

19.3 (20.1)

2.3 (3.3)

5

22.2 (25.8)

10.4 (9.4)

20.2 (24.2)

8 (8.2)

20.6 (23.8)

6.4 (7.1)

6

25 (28.9)

11 (12.5)

22 (26.5)

10.5 (10.8)

23.5 (27.5)

9.5 (11.1)

PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT FOR 2013-2014

At Eastcote Primary School our aim is for all children to develop academically, socially, emotionally and personally.

Eastcote Primary School receives a Pupil Premium Grant for each child who is entitled to free school meals (FSM) and for any Looked After Children.

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG)  (Year 2013 -2014)

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

                                      27

Amount of PPG received per pupil

                                    £953

Total amount of PPG received

                               £25,731.00

 

How we spent our money this year (academic year 2013-2014)

  • Trips
  • 1:1 tuition
  • Philosophy teaching
  • Teaching Assistant to support individuals and groups to ensure children are making expected progress

 

Achievement of children /impact of PPG expenditure academic year

2013-2014

What difference did it make?

Reading - Children in reading in all year groups making at least expected progress and 3 year groups making outstanding progress.

Writing - Most year groups making expected progress - 1 year group making outstanding progresss and where progress is less than good, suitable interventions have been made.

Maths - Most year groups making expected progress - 1 year group making outstanding progress and where progress is less than good, suitable interventions have been made.

As with all children at Eastcote, attainment and progress is monitored to ensure that all children make good progress.  Future impact of the PPG will be published on the DFE website: http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=101404&qtype=LA

2013 - KS2 pupil test results and progress

Percentage achieving level 4 or above in reading writing and maths = 86%

Percentage making expected progress in reading = 93%

Percentage making expected progress in writing = 96%

Percentage making expected progress in maths = 89%

Percentage achieving level 5 or above = 45%