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Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2016-17

Impact of Pupil Premium Spend 2016-17

 

GCSE results in core subjects showed that disadvantaged students performed better than previous year and the in school gap diminished in all subjects.

 

Maths

 

 

2016 - 2017

 

2015 - 2016

% 9-4 Disadvantaged

39.3

% A-C Disadvantaged

37.5

% 9-4 Non-disadvantaged

56.6

% A-C Non-disadvantaged

68.5

Gap

17.3

Gap

31

 

English

 

 

2016 - 2017

 

2015 - 2016

% 9-4 Disadvantaged

44.3

% A-C Disadvantaged

35.4

% 9-4 Non-disadvantaged

75

% A-C Non-disadvantaged

70.7

Gap

30.7

Gap

35.3

 

Science

 

 

2016 - 2017

 

2015 - 2016

% 9-4

Disadvantaged

35.6

% A-C Disadvantaged

28.9

% 9-4 Non-disadvantaged

50.4

% A-C Non-disadvantaged

54.4

Gap

14.8

Gap

25.5

 

Basics - English and Maths only

 

 

2016- 2017

 

2015-2016

% 9-4 Whole School

46

%A-C Whole School

48

% 9-4 Non-

disadvantaged

60.5

%A-C Non- disadvantaged

64

% 9-4 Disadvantaged

27.9

%A-C Disadvantaged

30

 

Attendance of Disadvantaged students improved

 

 

2016-17

2015-16

Improvement

% Attendance Whole School

91.9

89.6

2.3

% Attendance

Non-disadvantaged

95.3

93.7

1.6

% Attendance Disadvantaged

89.3

86.3

3

National Average

 

95.4

 

Persistent Absence Whole School

25.1

29.4

4.3

Persistent Absence

Non-disadvantaged

10.8

15.7

4.9

Persistent Absence Disadvantaged

36.1

40

3.9

National Average

 

10.5

 


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