Headlines - Impact of Pupil Premium Funding
2015 KS2 SAT Results:
- In 2015, 100% of pupils eligible for the pupil premium funding made expected progress in reading .In addition, 46% of PP children made above expected progress
- In 2015, 100% of pupils eligible for the pupil premium funding made expected progress in writing. In addition, 36% of PP children made above expected progress
- In 2015, 46% of pupils eligible for the pupil premium funding children made above expected progress in maths which is a 19% increase on 2014 school data (27%).
- On average the PP children have made 18 months progress across the school between September 2014 and June 2015.
100% KS1 children have been involved in clubs this year. 92% KS2 children have been involved in clubs in school.
Pupil Premium at St. John's
We have high aspirations for all of our children and are determined that all children are given the chance to realise their full potential here at St. John's. Please see our Pupil Premium Policy here.
Pupil Premium Funding is a Government initiative that targets extra money at children who are or have been in the past 6 years eligible for free school meals. There is also funding for children from service families and those who are looked after or have been adopted. This funding is to close the gap between achievement of these children and that of other children which research has shown exists nationally.
The following links identify how the Pupil Premium Funding is being spent at St. John's. Decisions about spending are made by Governors based on research including that of the Education Endowment Funds' Sutton Trust research. Click here for more details.
The following information identifies the impact of the funding for 2014-15. Please click here
The following information identifies the impact of the funding for 2015-16. Please click here
The following information identifies St. John's Strategy for 2016-2017 Pupil Premium Funding. Please click here