Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.
Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, like special schools and pupil referral units.

Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) Allocation for 2016/17 was £175,760

By the end of the year the impact of this spending was as follows.

In Reception children in receipt of Pupil Premium did not perform quite as well as those who are not in receipt of this funding but at a higher level than previous years. Their progress over the year from a low baseline was good and in all subjects was better than children not in receipt of PP funding. (No national figures yet – Oct 17)

In Year 2 children in receipt of Pupil Premium are still outperformed by those who do not receive this funding in all areas.
 

Key Stage 1

(10/29 children)
Percentage of pupils withPupil Premium achieving Expected Standard Percentage of pupils without Pupil achieving Expected Standard
Reading 70% 89%
Writing 60% 79%
Mathematics 70% 89%
 
(10/29 children)

By the time the children leave Hawthorn at the end of Year 6 there is a positive picture for all pupils with pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium especially in Maths. Average standard scores are higher for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium. More Pupil Premium children achieved Greater Depth than last years cohort.
 

Key Stage 2
Attainment
(25/31 children PP)

Percentage of pupils withPupil Premium  achieving Expected Standard

Percentage of pupils with Pupil Premium  achieving Greater depth

Percentage of pupils  without Pupil Premium achieving Expected Standard

Percentage of pupils  without Pupil Premium achieving Greater Depth

Reading

58%

8%

71%

14%

Writing (SPAG)

71% (75%)

17% (32%)

86% (83%)

43% (33%)

Mathematics

92%

25%

86%

29%

Combined English & Mathematics

42%

8%

71%

14%