Attainment and Progress
Pupil Premium Information
2014-2015 | Previous Years
Governments must provide extra money for the children of families in need.
Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full.
The Pupil Premium is an additional amount of money given to schools in addition to their main budget. Every school receives a fixed amount of money for all pupils meeting certain criteria. The main criterion is elegibility for free school meals at any point over the child's time in Primary School.
The money is provided to schools so that we can raise attainment and progress for this group of pupils. We must report to you the level of pupil premium, how we have used it and what difference it has made.
How we spent the Pupil Premium in 2014 - 2015
We received: £66,300
The total amount we spent on the interventions below was: £99,737
(This includes some interventions which apply to all pupils, not just those eligible for Pupil Premium.)
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What was the impact of our interventions?
- The vast majority of pupils report enjoying school and feeling that they have made good progress.
- Our Early Years, KS1 and KS2 results are amongst the highest in the city and compare well with other national indicators.
- The attainment gap between children eligible for pupil premium and those not has reamined low.
- Children eligible for pupil premium at Oakwood made better progress in 2015 at KS2 than those not eligible nationally.
- Attendance is high. Pupils eligible for pupil premium attendd just as well as those not; persistent absenteeism of pupils eligible for pupil premium is lower than the nationally comparable figure.
- A more detailed report, compiled by governors is available here.