Pupil Premium Allocation
In 2013, pupils eligible for pupil premium performed above the standard of their national counterparts. They achieved an average point score of 28.5, well above the national average of 26.7 for this group. 100% of pupils eligible for pupil premium made expected progress in mathematics, reading and writing; this compares favourably to a national average for similar pupils: of 84%, 84% and 89% for mathematics, reading and writing respectively.
In 2014, pupils in receipt of the premium achieved significantly above the national average, in both progress and attainment. The average points for the group in KS1 was 18.3, above the national average for similar pupils in 2013 of 14.3 . In Key Stage 2, the average points for the group were 31.5, well above the national average for all pupils and the national average 2013 for disadvantaged pupils ( 26.7) . 100% of KS2 pupil premium pupils exceeded the progress expected across Key Stage 2.