A Summary of Pupil Premium Headline Attainment and Progress Data 2012-2016

Please note that due to changes in the way that performance measures are calculated, changes to assessment (e.g. early entry policy) and changes to the curriculum, it is difficult to making comparisons from one year to the next; this is especially the case when trying to compare results for 2013 and 2014.

For 2014, nationally published league tables will refer to the ‘first entry’ results. We have published our students’ ‘best entry’ results. We have also included National Averages where available.

Measure 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Number of Students 19 38 34 24 29
Average Grade C C+ D D+ D
% of Students Entered and Achieving the English Baccalaureate 0% 5.3% 11.8% - -
Measure 2012 2012 NA 2013 2013 NA 2014 2014 NA 2015 2016
% of Students achieving 5A*-C grades including English and Maths 47.4% 39% 44.7% 41% 44.1% 36% 37.5% 34.5%
% of Students Making Expected Progress From Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4 in English 36.8% - 50% - 65.6% 58% 50.0% 62.1%
% of Students Making Expected Progress From Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4 in Maths 52.6% - 56.6% - 57.6% 48% 68.2% 48.3%

Pupil Premium Spending 2016-2017

Use of funding Spending
Staffing costs £52,440
New assertive mentors £32,160
English and Maths tutoring £52,350
Breakfast and Homework £5,000
Textbooks and revision materials £8,000
Trips and Visits £6,000
Peripatetic music lessons £3,000
Uniform and Equipment £5,000
Transport for intervention sessions £500
Resources for tutoring £500
Dedicated PP Revision sessions £2,000
Guest Speakers £1,000
ICT Equipment £3,000
Reading Mentors £5,000
Total £170,910