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Disadvantaged Pupils

 

The Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011.

 

Its aims are to:-

  • To raise achievement and improve outcomes for children from low-income families eligible for free school meals (FSM), Looked After Children (LAC), children with parents in the Armed Forces or those who have been adopted

  • To increase social mobility

  • To enable more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to get to the top Universities

  • To reduce the attainment gap between the highest and lowest achieving pupils nationally

    At Cheadle Catholic Junior School we ensure that all pupils have access to high quality teaching and learning opportunities whilst ensuring we keep up-to-date with research around best practice surrounding the use of Pupil Premium Funding . We are constantly evaluating, reviewing and updating the ways in which we are diminishing any difference which may occur between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils.


    Main barriers to learning faced by Cheadle Catholic Junior School pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium:-

  • Pupils working below age related expectations in Reading, Writing and Maths

  • Emotional and nurturing needs impacting upon behaviours for learning

  • Financial challenges leading to difficulties in meeting the cost of trips and extra curricular opportunities and clubs

  • Attendance at school including pupils who are persistently absent

2020 Attainment and Progress of Disdvantaged pupils

 

 

Attainment 20120

(3 Disadvantaged pupils)

 

% Reading, Writing & Maths at Expected level

% Reading, Writing & Maths Greater Depth

School disadvantaged pupils

100

0

School all pupils

85

28

 

Progress 2020

(3 Disadvantaged pupils)

 

Reading

Writing

Maths

School disadvantaged pupils

+3.8

+2

+1.1

School all pupils

+1.75

+0.7

+1.4

           

*Based upon indicative data and teacher assessment

*Progress measures based on voluntary school data from all 152 partner education authorities

Disadvantaged Pupil Provision

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