Pupil Premium

The government introduced the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) in April 2011, the aim being to support pupils who are vulnerable to underachievement.  These include pupils who are entitled to free school meals (FSM), those looked after by the local authority (CLA) and the children of armed service personnel. All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how it is being used.  In the year 2015-2016 the school received a Pupil Premium allocation of £56,794.

 

Measuring the Impact of the Pupil Premium

Percentage of pupils at KS2 achieving Level 4+

Reading/Writing/ Maths combined

National

Gloucestershire

Barnwood

2013

63.3

64

71

2014

63.3

64

100

2015  

69

63

1 pupil's data not included for Reading SATs

Percentage of pupil premium pupils at KS2 making expected progress

Reading

National

Gloucestershire

Barnwood

2013

84.6

85

86

2014

86

85

100

2015

86 85 100

 

Writing

National

Gloucestershire

Barnwood

2013

88.7

88.1

86

2014

89

89

50

2015

89

89 100

 

Maths

National

Gloucestershire

Barnwood

2013

84

82.7

86

2014

84

86

100

2015

84 86 100

Y6 2014-2015 PP = 8 pupils

National and Local data based on 2014 statistics