Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2017-18

Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2017-18

 Progress Year 7-11

 

The following tables show the progress for each year group to the final data collection on the academic calendar 2017-18. Each table displays the progress and accelerated progress that each student in the year group made and the same for Pupil Premium students. In the vast majority of subjects PP students progressed at the same rate as, or better than, the whole cohort. Where rows are highlighted in green the PP students made better progress than the whole cohort. The progress of PP students is an improving picture with each year group from 11 to 7 due to the focused use of Catch-up funding, SEN interventions and an improvement in the quality of Wave 1 teaching.

 

Yr 11

 

Progress of Class of 2018

Progress

 

Accelerated Progress

 

APC3 to APC4

 

APC3 to APC4

Subject

All (140)

PP (67)

 

All (140)

PP (67)

Art and Design

84

74

 

13

17

Biology

52

60

 

7

0

Business Studies

81

64

 

4

0

Chemistry

41

60

 

19

40

Childcare

100

100

 

67

67

Computer Science

74

62

 

19

8

Drama

41

40

 

6

10

English

91

84

 

8

4

Food Studies

90

83

 

5

8

Geography

76

71

 

28

24

Health and Social Care

97

94

 

9

6

History

76

73

 

15

9

ICT

76

83

 

5

0

Literature

84

78

 

4

6

Maths

75

77

 

10

12

Media Studies

59

50

 

0

0

Pe

77

72

 

21

17

Physics

52

60

 

4

20

Psychology

57

80

 

22

40

RE

78

60

 

13

20

Resistant Materials

81

83

 

13

6

Science Combined

67

64

 

19

10

 

Yr 10

 

Class of 2019 (Y10 2017/18)

All (116)

PP (63)

 

All (116)

PP (63)

March 2018

APC3 to APC4

 

APC3 to APC4

Name

Prog

Prog

 

Acc prog

Acc prog

Art and Design

95

93

 

26

30

Business Studies

80

40

 

27

0

Childcare

92

87

 

62

80

Computer Science

85

85

 

40

36

Drama

40

31

 

8

0

English

85

79

 

14

19

Geography

88

85

 

37

48

Health and Social Care

90

82

 

52

41

History

93

91

 

22

22

Literature

83

87

 

3

2

Materials Technology

98

96

 

7

4

Maths

78

78

 

32

29

Media Studies

55

60

 

0

0

PE

87

85

 

0

0

Psychology

68

67

 

42

50

RE

88

67

 

38

50

Science Combined

65

68

 

7

5

Sociology

94

100

 

22

44

 

Yr 9

 

Class of 2020 (Y9 2017/18)

All (123)

PP (72)

 

All (123)

PP (72)

 

APC2 to APC3

 

APC2 to APC3

Name

Prog

Prog

 

Acc prog

Acc prog

Art

88

87

 

14

11

Business Studies

96

92

 

23

23

Childcare

89

88

 

60

52

Computer Science

78

78

 

24

22

Drama

56

55

 

6

0

English

79

81

 

15

15

Food and Catering

94

89

 

6

11

Geography

89

83

 

14

11

Health and Social Care

63

65

 

29

35

History

83

91

 

18

30

Materials Technology

90

82

 

0

0

Maths

72

75

 

20

22

Music

90

83

 

0

0

PE GCSE

90

85

 

8

9

Psychology

20

13

 

0

0

Science

89

90

 

17

18

Spanish

85

84

 

46

40

Textiles

100

100

 

40

17

 

Yr 8

 

Class of 2021 (Y8 2017/18)

All (137)

PP (92)

 

All (137)

PP (92)

 

APC3 to APC4

 

APC3 to APC4

Name

Prog

Prog

 

Acc prog

Acc prog

Art

96

95

 

11

7

Drama

84

85

 

12

13

English

88

88

 

25

25

Geography

91

92

 

28

33

History

90

89

 

9

12

Languages

73

77

 

35

31

Literacy

89

87

 

6

7

Maths

62

67

 

15

15

Music

94

95

 

7

10

PE

79

76

 

10

12

RE

95

96

 

12

14

Science

85

83

 

11

11

Technology

93

92

 

17

19

 

Yr 7

 

Class of 2022 (Y7 2017/18)

All (124)

PP (81)

 

All (124)

PP (81)

 

APC3 to APC4

 

APC3 to APC4

Name

Prog

Prog

 

Acc prog

Acc prog

Art

94

94

 

18

20

Drama

71

70

 

12

13

English

90

86

 

21

22

Geography

94

93

 

25

26

History

93

90

 

14

15

Languages

78

79

 

32

37

Literacy

82

85

 

6

8

Maths

71

78

 

20

22

Music

90

89

 

23

24

PE

71

70

 

6

6

RE

92

89

 

13

13

Science

84

84

 

16

14

Technology

92

89

 

21

23




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