Pupil Premium

How we use our Pupil Premium money:

Schools receive extra funding each year called the pupil premium to make additional provision

for disadvantaged pupils. Woodlands Governors have agreed to the ways in which this extra

funding will be used to improve the outcomes for these pupils.

Pupil Premium Funding Policy: /docs/pupil premium/PupilPremiumPolicy_2018.pdf

 Pupil Premium Funding:

Financial Year April 2017 -  March 2018

For the financial year 2017 - 2018, the school will receive approximately £91,986 in pupil premium funding.  For a breakdown of how we intend to use the monies, measure impact and review the strategies in place, click here. 

For a breakdown of the spending of funding 2016-2017, click here.

For a breakdown of the spending of funding 2015-2016, click here.

For a breakdown of the spending of funding for 2014-2015, click here.

 Impact of interventions:

2018

For Pupil Premium impact measured in summer 2018 click here

2017

For Pupil Premium impact measured in summer 2017, click here.

2016

For Pupil Premium impact measured in summer 2016 click here.

2015

11 out of the 12 disadvantaged children in our 2015 cohort made expected progress across the key stage in Maths and Reading and all pupils made at least expected progress in Writing.  This was above the national statistics for disadvantaged children and in line with other pupils nationally.

In Maths, the percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching level 4 was slightly above disadvantaged pupils nationally but slightly below 'other pupils' nationally. 

In Reading, the percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching level 4 was  below disadvantaged and 'other pupils' pupils nationally.

In Writing, the percentage of disadvantaged pupils reaching level 4 was above national disadvantaged and national other.

For a further breakdown of the attainment of Pupil Premium pupils, please click here.

2014

All disadvantaged (FSM/CLA) pupils who left the school in summer 2014 had made at least the expected two levels of progress in Reading, Writing and Maths between KS1 and KS2 – this was an improvement over 2013 and much better than the average for schools nationally.  In December 2014, Woodlands was recognised as one of the most improved schools in the country in terms of the attainment and progress of our pupil premium pupils since 2011.  We are very proud of this achievement and will continue to strive to maintain this high standard. 

For a further breakdown of the attainment of Pupil Premium pupils, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

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