The impact of all interventions, initiatives and strategies is evaluated in daily pupil progress meetings. Entry and exit data tracks the performance of individual pupils and groups (such as those identified as being more able), usually every 6 weeks, informing our ongoing Pupil Premium Strategy. Summative test data is also analysed in terms of groups of pupils who have attended booster classes, have been tutored or who have accessed the extended day provision or whose teachers have received specific training.
The impact of the school’s Pupil Premium strategy is monitored reviewed through daily pupil progress meetings and weekly Senior Leadership Meetings. The strategies are reviewed periodically with the School Improvement Adviser and the Governing Body. The next review point will be July 2019, when the new achievement data for Reception, Year 2 and Year 6 is available. Outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are always compared to all pupils nationally.
For more information, please contact the School Office. The school has a designated member of staff and member of the Governing Body with responsibility for Pupil Premium.