Edith Neville Primary School

Edith Neville

2014-15 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 2014-2015

Edith Neville Primary School received £175,500 in Pupil Premium Funding for 2014-15. The Pupil Premium was used to fund the following strategies: 

 

  • To provide a relevant curriculum for
  • Qualified teacher led Interventions that support individual children or small groups with specific specialised teaching, particularly in English and Mathematics;
  • Intensive tuition and booster given to pupils before, during and after school;
  • High quality targeted support by additional teachers in Maths and English;
  • Additional texts, resources and hardware to support targeted teaching and learning;
  • Social, emotional and wellbeing support for children and families through the recruitment of a Wellbeing Manager
  • Curriculum enrichment through specialist provision in the arts giving pupils an opportunity to develop confidence and skills;
  • An extended school programme offering a wide range of extracurricular clubs including breakfast club to develop skills and target attendance.

 

KS1 Results:

 

Achievement

Edith Neville students eligible for FSM

Students eligible for FSM nationally

Year 1 reaching expected standard for the Phonics Screening Check

86%

66%

Year 2 reaching expected standard re-taking Phonics Screening Check

93%

84%

Year 2 APS score in Reading

16.7

15.2

Year 2 APS score in Writing

15.8

14.0

Year 2 APS score in Mathematics

16.2

15.2

 

KS2 Results:

 

Achievement

Edith Neville students eligible for FSM

Students eligible for FSM nationally

Level 4 in Reading, Writing and Mathematics

86%

70%

Level 4 Reading

86%

83%

Level 4 Writing

90%

79%

Level 4 Mathematics

90%

80%

English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

81%

71%

Level 5 Reading, Writing and Mathematics

10%

13%

Level 5 Reading

24%

34%

Level 5 Writing

43%

22%

Level 5 Mathematics

33%

28%

2 Levels of progress in Reading from KS1 to KS2

95%

88%

2 Levels of progress in Writing from KS1 to KS2

100%

92%

2 Levels of progress in Mathematics from KS1 to KS2

95%

86%