The purpose of pupil premium is to narrow the achievement gap (attainment and progress) between pupils from low income families and their peers by ensuring that this funding reaches the pupils most in need of it. Schools have the freedom to spend this funding as they see fit based upon their knowledge of pupil needs.

Pupil Premium Eligibility:

Year

Number of

Students

Funding

Received

1 September 2014 – 31 August 2015

73

£65,700

1 September 2015 – 31 August 2016

75

£67,500

 

End of Key Stage 4 data for pupil premium pupils is as follows:

PP pupils All pupils
2015
% of pupils making 3 levels of progress in Maths

92%

91%

% of pupils making 4 levels of progress in Maths

49%

61%

% of pupils making 3 levels of progress in English

93%

92%

% of pupils making 4 levels of progress in English

43%

49%

% of pupils achieving 5 GCSE A* – C

67%

90%

% of pupils achieving 5 GCSE A* – C including English and Maths

56%

85%

 

PP pupils All pupils
2016
Progress 8 score

0.2

0.5

Attainment  8 score

50.4

60.7

English Progress  element

0.6

0.3

English Attainment Element

11.56

12.2

Maths Progress Element

-0.2

0.5

Maths Attainment Element

9.11

12.2

 

Behaviour

The data below refers to the period: Summer Term 2016

PP pupils All Pupils
Average number of negative house points per pupil – Year 7

8

11

Average number of negative house points per pupil – Year 8

14

13

Average number of negative house points per pupil – Year 9

7

7

Average number of negative house points per pupil- Year 10

8

9

Average number of negative house points per pupil – Year 11

Average number of positive house points per pupil – Year 7

42

41

Average number of positive house points per pupil – Year 8

27

27

Average number of positive house points per pupil – Year 9

13

14

Average number of positive house points per pupil – Year 10

12

8

Average number of positive house points per pupil – Year 11

*no data for Year 11 due to study leave

Expenditure

In 2016/17 Yavneh College has allocated its Pupils Premium Income to be spent as follows:

Description Amount
Homework Club £5000
Attendance Officer £3000
One to One Tuition English/Maths £5000
Revision Guides £1000
Lunchtime Supervision £3000
Additional Staffing £35000
Year 9 London Programme £3000
Support with Education Visits £20000
Support with equipment £5000
Total £80,000