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Autumn 2017 Pupil Premium Report

Attainment only

Three year trend

 

Pupil Premium

 

 

 

All students

 

 

 

2017

% 9-4 in English and maths

% 9-5 In English and maths

% 5 standard passes inc  English and maths

% 5 strong passes inc English and maths

% 9-4 in English and maths

% 9-5 In English and maths

% 5 standard passes inc English and maths

% 5 strong passes inc English and maths

 

63

30

58

30

62

41

58

41

 

 

5 A*-C

5 A*-C inc EM

 

 

5 A*-C

5 A*-C inc EM

 

 

2016

46

41

 

 

50

46

 

 

2015

51

42

 

 

52

42

 

 

 

 

Summary of Groups’ Performance (All students to disadvantaged students)

 

 

All (175)

PP (81)

Higher ability (43)

Higher ability and PP (22)

Middle ability

(66)

Middle ability and PP (35)

Lower ability

(18)

Lower ability and PP (8)

Average grade

4.19

4.05

6

5.49

4.45

4.22

2.71

2.02

Attainment 8

41.89

40.52

59.97

54.86

44.54

42.24

27.11

22.15

Basics 9-5 in maths and English

40.6

29.6

79.1

63.6

40.9

20

5.6

0

Basics 9-4 in maths and English

61.7

63

93

86.4

77.3

77

16.7

0

 

 

Action points from last year

·         Address the attainment gap in maths.

 

2017 results

PP students

All students

% achieving grades 7+

12.6

21.3

% achieving grades 5+

38.9

49.1

% achieving grades 4+

70.2

68.6


2016

 

 

% A+

10

18

% C+

58

63

 

·       Address the Progress gap in both English and maths.

Progress 8 to follow


·       Monitor the Progress 8 scores of the PP and Non PP students.

Progress 8 to follow

·       Include the PP indicator in the behaviour and academic mentoring groups.

Added to Sisra and Class charts and used by mentors.


·       Buy revision guides for all students for maths, English and science.

Very good feedback from year 11 students and their parents.

A week of Core Curriculum time was devoted to using revision guides and workbooks.


·       Monitor the behaviour of the PP and Non PP students using class charts.

Class charts has been very productive.


·        Aim to reduce the fixed term exclusions for PP students.


Overall FTE rate in the school is down by over 25% year on year when we compare 2015/2016 to 2016/2017.

 

PP

ALL

FTE All years

6 (8%)

72

FTE Year 11

1 (6%)

16

 

·         Monitor the attendance of the PP students. 

PP attendance 93.3%

Not PP attendance 95.3%

All attendance 94.4%

 

For more information on Pupil Premium Funding (PPF) spending since 2013/14 and why BAfB is eligible for PPF see our category BAfB Pupil Premium Funding

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