Edith Neville Primary School

Edith Neville

2015-16 Pupil Premium

In April 2011, the Government introduced the Pupil Premium funding from low-income families who are eligible for free school meals.

 

Pupil Premium funding 2015-16

 

Edith Neville Primary School received £152,245 in Pupil Premium Funding for 2015-16. 102 pupils were eligible to receive free school meals (FSM). 

 

This funding was used to

-  Recruit extra teachers to support targeted teaching of English and Mathematics

 - Additional teachers to provide high quality teacher led individual interventions or small group work 

 - Provide 1:1 Tuition for those pupils eligible to receive FSM in core subjects.

 - Social, emotional and well-being support for children and families through the Pupil and Well-being Manager post.

 - An extended schools programme offering a wide range of extra curricular activities including breakfast clubs, school trips to develop confidence and skills.  

 

Key Stage 1 

Attainment 

School Pupil Premium Data 

School non Pupil Premium Data 

% of Year 2 children achieving the expected standard in reading 

63% 

57%

% of Year 2 children achieving the higher standard in reading 

53%

50%

% of Year 2 children achieving the expected standard in writing 

56%

53%

% of Year 2 children achieving the higher standard in writing 

0%

0%

% of Year 2 children achieving the expected standards in maths 

69%

7%

% of Year 2 children achieving the higher standard in maths 

 

6%

7%

 

Key Stage 2 

Attainment 

School Pupil Premium Data 

School non Pupil Premium Data 

% of Year 6 children achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths  60% 62%
% of Year 6 children achieving the higher standard in reading writing and maths 5% 7%
% of Year 6 children achieving the expected standard in reading  70% 78%
% of Year 6 children achieving the higher standard in reading  15%  22% 
% of Year 6 children achieving the expected standard in writing  70% 78% 

% of Year 6 children achieving greater depth in writing 

 

10% 11%

% of Year 6 children achieving the expected standard in maths 

85% 100%

& of Year 6 children achieving the higher standard in maths 

25%

44%

 

Our use of Pupil Premium funding ensured our pupils eligible at Key Stage 2 made good progress compared to other children eligible for Pupil Premium funding in Camden. 

Achievement

KS2 progress score for children eligible for Pupil Premium Funding at Edith Neville  

KS2 progress score for children eligible for Pupil Premium Funding in Camden  

Reading  1.2  1.1

Writing 

1.6 0.5

Maths

5.1 1.4
School Progress Scores 
  • A score of 0 means pupils in this school, on average, do about as well as at KS2 as those with a similar prior attainment nationally. 
  • A positive score means pupils in this school, on average, do better at KS2 than those with a similar prior attainment nationally. 
  • A negative score means pupils in this school, on average, do worse at KS2 than those with a similar prior attainment nationally.