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Pupil Premium Analysis 2012-13

Data Collection of Pupil Premium Data 2012-2013 (Attainment & Progress)

Headline Statements:

 

Year Six (Current Year Seven)

 

PP children outperform Non PP children in Reading , Writing and Maths. (Age-related / age related +). 19%+ in Reading, 3%+ Writing and 12%+ Maths.

More PP children made expected progress than PP children in Reading (10%+), Writing (13%+) and Maths (2%=).

Year Five (Current Year Six)

Non PP children outperform PP children in Reading, Writing and Maths. (Age-related / age related +). 19%+ in Reading, 20%+ in Writing and 5%+ in Maths.

More Non PP children made expected progress than PP children in Reading (31%+) and Writing (24%+).

More PP children made expected progress than Non PP children in Maths (20%+).

 

Year Four (Current Year Five)

Non PP children outperform PP children in Reading, Writing and Maths. (Age-related / age related +). 20%+ in Reading, 41%+ in Writing and 21%+ in Maths.

More Non PP children made expected progress than PP children in Reading (8%+), Writing (20%+) and Maths (32%+).

 

Year Three (Current Year Four)

Non PP children outperform PP children in Reading, Writing and Maths. (Age-related / age related +). 35%+ in Reading, 15%+ in Writing and 39%+ in Maths.

More PP children made expected progress in Reading (7%+) and Maths (2%+) than Non PP.

More Non PP children made expected progress in Writing (5%+) than PP children.

Year Two (Current Year Three)

PP children and Non PP children performed the same in Reading. (Age related).

PP children outperformed Non PP children in Writing and Maths. (Age-related). Writing (16%+) and Maths (6%+)

More Non PP children made expected progress than PP children in Reading (5%+) and Maths (26%+).

More PP children made expected progress than Non PP children in Writing. (5%+)

 

Year One (Current Year Two)

PP children outperform Non PP children in Reading. (Age related) 18%+

Non PP children outperform PP children in Writing (30%+) and Maths (20%+). (Age related)

More PP children make expected progress than Non PP children in Reading (+4%).

More Non PP children make expected progress than PP children in Writing (+17%) and Maths. (+19%)

 

Reception (Current Year One)

Non PP children outperform PP children in Reading (4%+) and Writing (4%+), although is the same for Maths.

Slightly more Non PP children are making expected progress in Reading than PP children, although gap is narrow (3%+)

More Non PP children make expected progress in Writing (17%+) and Maths (19%+) than PP children.

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