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Current and Historic PPG

The most up-to-date information shows that at the end of academic year 2018 17.2% of the total school population are, or have been, entitled to claim ‘Free School Meals’ (FSM) at some time in the last six years during their primary school education. The entitlement figure has been fairly stable up until this year but is now starting to show gradual signs of decline. In the financial year 2017/18 the school received a total grant of £108940.

Data Analysis

There were 16 PPG pupils in the 2018 Y6 cohort (10 boys and 6 girls). This represented 29.6% of the cohort of 54 pupils. From 2016 no national data for PPG performance has been published, therefore there are no figures provided to directly compare this group to other children who are eligible for PPG. In each category they have been compared to the overall national pass rate.

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

81.3% of Ings Farm PPG children (13 pupils consisting of 9 boys and 4 girls) in 2018 passed the combined measure of Reading/Writing/Maths at ‘Expected Standard’ and no children achieved the ‘High Standard’. This compares to a national pass rate of 64% at the ‘Expected Standard’ and 10% at the ‘High Standard’ for all children.

Reading

Of the 16 PPG children, 87.5% (14 pupils) achieved the ‘Expected Standard’ and 31.3% (5 pupils) achieved the ‘High Standard’ in Reading in 2018 compared to a national figure of 75% and 28% respectively.

Writing

Of the 16 PPG children, 93.8% (15 pupils) achieved the ‘Expected Standard’ and 18.8% (3 pupils) achieved the ‘Greater Depth’ grade in Writing in 2018 compared to a national pass rate of 78% and 20% respectively.

EGPS

Of the 16 PPG children, 93.8% (15 pupils) achieved the ‘Expected Standard’ and 37.5% (6 pupils) achieved the ‘Greater Depth’ grade in English grammar, punctuation and spelling in 2018 compared to a national pass rate of 78% and 34% respectively.

Mathematics

Of the 16 PPG children, 100% (16 pupils) achieved the ‘Expected Standard’ and 12.5% (2 pupils) achieved the ‘High Standard’ in Mathematics in 2018 compared to a national figure of 76% and 24% respectively.

Pupil Premium Use

Please consult our Pupil Premium Provision Map for more information regarding the specific use of this funding.