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Spending & Impact

A summary analysis of BJS Pupil Premium spending and impact...

BJS PP strategy 2016-2017


There follows a data headline summary of BJS WHOLE SCHOOL (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) and NATIONAL in % PP and % NON-PP children working at or above age-related expectations (ARE) in Reading, Writing and Maths and Reading, Writing and Maths combined.  These figures are all taken from the data charts listed below.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The key measure is our PP children compared to national non-PP children, in addition there is a comparison between our PP children and national PP children.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          May 2017

READING

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = 0%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%

So, the reading gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been completely closed

BJS PP (71%) and national PP (53%) = +18%

WRITING

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -18%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -15%

So, the writing gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has slightly widened, albeit to just -3%

BJS PP (61%) and national PP (64%) = -3%

MATHS

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -15%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%

So, the maths gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been narrowed

BJS PP (60%) and national PP (57%) = +3%

READING, WRITING and MATHS COMBINED

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -10%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -21%

So, the R, W & M combined gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been significantly narrowed

BJS PP (50%) and national PP (39%) = +11%

So, averaged across the school, the gap between BJS PP children and national non-PP children is narrower than the national gap in reading, in maths and combined attainment and just 3% wider than the national gap in writing.

Averaged across the school, attainment for BJS PP children is in line with national results for non-PP children in reading.

Averaged across the school, attainment for BJS PP children is above national results for PP children in maths and in combined attainment.

The percentage of BJS PP children working at or above ARE is higher than the percentage of national non-PP children working at or above ARE for reading and writing in Year 6 and also writing and combined attainment in Year 5.

Averaged across the school, so far this year PP children have made more progress as non-PP children in Reading, Writing and Maths.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 April 2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          READING

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -6%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%

So, the reading gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been further narrowed

BJS PP (65%) and national PP (53%) = +12%

WRITING

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -14%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -15%

So, the writing gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been narrowed

BJS PP (65%) and national PP (64%) = +1%

MATHS

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -21%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%

So, the maths gap between BJS PP and national non-PP is slightly wider than the national gap by 3%

BJS PP (54%) and national PP (57%) = -3%

READING, WRITING and MATHS COMBINED

Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -16%

Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -21%

So, the R, W & M combined gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been narrowed

BJS PP (44%) and national PP (39%) = +5%

So, averaged across the school, attainment for BJS PP children is above national standards for PP children in reading and above national standards in writing, but is slightly below national PP results for maths.

In addition, combined attainment for BJS PP children is above combined national standards for PP children by 5% points

Attainment for PP children is above national standards for non-PP children for Reading and Writing in Year 6.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Averaged across the school, so far this year PP children have made the same progress as non-PP children in Reading, and more progress than non-PP children in Writing and Maths.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Averaged across the school, the gap between school PP and national non-PP children is narrower than the national gap in Reading, Writing and in combined Reading, Writing and Maths.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  February 2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         READING
Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -11%
Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%
So, the reading gap between BJS PP and national non-PP has been narrowed.
BJS PP (60%) and national PP (53%) = +7%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        WRITING
Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -15%
Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -15%
So, the writing gap between BJS PP and national non-PP is identical.
BJS PP (64%) and national PP (64%) = 0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          MATHS
Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -30%
Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -18%
So, the maths gap between BJS PP and national non-PP is wider than the national gap by 12%.
BJS PP (45%) and national PP (57%) = -12%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            READING, WRITING and MATHS COMBINED
Gap between BJS PP with national non-PP = -24%
Gap between national PP with national non-PP = -21%
So, the R, W & M combined gap between BJS PP and national non-PP is wider than the national gap, although only by 3%.
BJS PP (36%) and national PP (39%) = -3%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       So, averaged across the school, attainment for PP children is above national results for PP children for reading, identical to national PP results in writing but below national PP results for maths,  and also for combined attainment by 3%.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           YEAR 6 currently:
Year 6 PP reading at or above ARE is 3% ABOVE NATIONAL NON-PP
Year 6 writing at or above ARE IS 4% ABOVE NATIONAL NON-PP
Year 6 combined Reading, Writing and Maths at or above ARE is IDENTICAL TO NATIONAL PP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          YEAR 5 currently:
Attainment for BJS PP children is ABOVE national standards for PP children in Reading, Writing and Maths and in combined R,W & M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            YEAR 4 currently:
Attainment for BJS PP children is ABOVE national standards for PP children in Reading.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Finally, across the school since July, PP children have made MORE progress than non-PP children in reading, writing and maths.


DATA CHARTS to show comparison of Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium children working at or above age-related expectations (ARE) at Bude Junior School and nationally in:

May 2017

Reading ARE May 2017

Writing ARE May 2017

Maths ARE May 2017

Reading, Writing and Maths ARE May 2017

Whole school average points progress May 2017

April 2017

Reading, Writing and Maths ARE April 2017

Reading ARE April 2017

Writing ARE April 2017

Maths ARE April 2017

Y6 Reading, Writing and Maths ARE April 2017

Y6 Reading ARE April 2017

Y6 Writing ARE April 2017

Y6 Maths ARE April 2017

February 2017

Reading, Writing and Maths ARE February 2017

Reading ARE February 2017

Writing ARE February 2017

Maths ARE February 2017

October 2016

Comparison of Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium children working at or above age-related expectations (ARE) at Bude Junior School and nationally in:

Reading, Writing and Maths ARE October 2016

Reading ARE October 2016

Writing ARE October 2016

Maths ARE October 2016


Previously…

BJS Year 6 data summary 2016

BJS Year 6 data summary 2015

BJS PP spending 2015-2016

BJS PP 2 Levels of Progress RWM 2013-14-15

BJS PP expenditure proposal 1516

BJS PP report and review 1516

BJS Data Dashboard 2013

BJS Data Dashboard 2014

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