Edith Neville Primary School

Edith Neville

2016-17 Pupil Premium

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

 

Pupil Premium funding 2016-17

Edith Neville Primary School received £131,232 in Pupil Premium Funding for 2016-17. 98 pupils were eligible to receive Free School meals funding. Pupil Premium was used to fund the following strategies: 

 

  • To recruit extra teachers to provide targeted support in core curriculum subjects such as English and Maths
  • Additional teachers who provided teacher led interventions and small group work
  • 1:1 support and tuition in core subjects 
  • Social, emotional and well-being support for families and children through the Learning mentor post 
  • Extended schools programme offering after school clubs, breakfast club facilities and enrichment activities to increase confidence and develop skills

 

Percentage of children achieving the expected phonics standard in Years 1 and 2 

 

 

Edith Neville students

Edith Neville disadvantaged 

Year 1 

67%

77%

Year 2 cumulative

93%

92%

 

Percentage of disadvantaged children achieving the expected standard at the end of KS1:

 

 

Edith Neville students 

Edith Neville disadvantaged 

National disadvantaged 

National Other 

Reading 

66%

67%

62%

78%

Writing 

59%

67%

53%

70%

Maths 

62%

67%

60%

77%

 

Percentage of disadvantaged children achieving above the expected standard at the end of KS1: 

Edith Neville Students  Edith Neville disadvantaged  National disadvantaged  National Other 
Reading  10 8 13 27
Writing  7 8 7 16
Maths  17 33 10 20

 Percentage of disadvantaged children achieving the expected standard at the end of KS2: 

Edith Neville students Edith Neville disadvantaged National Other 
Reading  61 61 72
Writing  71 78 79
Maths  79 89 76
R, W, M Combined  61 61 60