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Qualitative Statement for Pupil Premium

Qualitative Statement for Pupil Premium

 

The impact of this support  means that in 2016 the attainment &  progress of children eligible for the funding and those not eligible was  as follows:-

 

The attainment of disadvantaged children at KS1 (Y2); 

  • is above that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 16% in reading
  • is above that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 18% in writing

 and

  • is below that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 2% in maths

 

By the end of KS2 (Y6) the progress of disadvantaged children; 

  • is below that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 9% in reading
  • is below that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 21% in writing

and 

  • is below that of non-disadvantaged children nationally by 17% in maths  

 

Mathematical reasoning and writing (focus spelling) are areas we are addressing in our school improvement plan.

 

Many families have benefited from the support of the Child & Family worker.  She has been involved with parenting guidance, improving attendance, providing benefit information and emotional support for both children & parents.

 

Five children each week are able to access a counselling service which supports their emotional well-being. (The local authority waiting list for this service is very lengthy)

 

The enriched curriculum ensures that school is a stimulating, exciting environment and children’s responses indicate that they enjoy school and value these experiences.

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