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2015-16

How will pupil premium been spent at HGIS during 2015 – 16?
 
Pupil Premium Grant  
Intervention Strategies - staffing £55,000
Ed. Visits / Curriculum Enrichment £11,000
   
  Total = £66,000
 

The number of children targeted by Pupil Premium at HGIS in 2014-15 = 33

 

How did disadvantaged children at HGIS perform compared to  disadvantaged children nationally in 2014-15?

Table 1 - Shows the HGIS Average Point Score for disadvantaged children at HGIS and disadvantaged children nationally.

Table 1       All Core      
       Subject
     READING              WRITING          MATHS    
  HGIS NA HGIS NA HGIS NA HGIS NA
Disadvantaged Children 15.8 14.8 16.3 15.2 15.0 14.0 16.3 15.1
Difference +1.0 +1.1 +1.0 +1.2
         

 

HGIS = Hall Green Infant and Nursery School
NA = Disadvantaged Children National Average

 

How did disadvantaged children at HGIS perform compared to  non-disadvantaged* children nationally in 2014-15?

Table 2 - Shows the HGIS Average Point Score for disadvantaged children at HGIS and non-disadvantaged children nationally.

Table 2       All Core      
       Subject
     READING              WRITING          MATHS    
  HGIS NA* HGIS NA* HGIS NA* HGIS NA*
Disadvantaged Children 15.8 16.6 16.3 17.1 15.0 15.8 16.3 16.9
Difference -0.8 -0.8 -0.8 -0.6

Difference between

non-disadvantage children

and disadvantaged children

nationally.

-1.8 -1.9 -1.8 -1.8

 

HGIS = Hall Green Infant and Nursery School
NA* = Non-disadvantaged children National Average

 

Table 3 shows the percentage of disadvantaged children at HGIS that achieved Level 2 or above compared to non-disadvantaged children nationally.

 

Table 3

Disadvantaged children at HGIS

Non-disadvantaged Children Nationally

Difference

Reading

91%

93%

-2%

Writing

91%

91%

0

Maths

95%

95%

0

 

 

2014-15  Summary

  • Disadvantage children at HGIS achieve significantly above disadvantaged children nationally. (Table 1).

  • The gap between disadvantaged children at HGIS and non-disadvantaged children nationally is narrower. (Table 2)

  • The difference in percentage between disadvantaged children at HGIS achieving a Level 2 or above compared to non-disadvantaged children nationally is negligible in reading and there is no gap in writing and maths. (Table 3)

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