Impact of Pupil Premium Funding 2015 – 2016

Attainment and Progress: Year11 August 2016

(Note: No LAC/Traveller Students) Whole School (124 Students) Pupils eligible for PP Pupils not eligible for PP (National Average)(90 Students)
% achieving 5A*-C incl EM(2015-16 only) 50% (62) 29.4% (10) 57.8% (52)
% achieving expected progress in English / Maths (2015/16) 67.5% / 62% 55.9% / 50.0% 71.9% / 66.7%
Progress 8 Score Average (from 2016/17) +0.11 +0.14 +0.09
Attainment 8 Score Average (from 2016/17) 4.7 4.1 4.94
Additional Information:

• PP gap for August 2016 for 5+A-C inc. EM was reduced by 10%.
• Students at Testwood made more progress than similar students nationally and PP students at Testwood made more progress than non-PP students.
• PP students at Testwood made better progress overall than non-PP students
Progress 8 overall: PP +0.14 non-PP +0.09
• PP students at Testwood made better progress in Mathematics than non-PP students
Progress 8 Maths: PP +0.11 non-PP +0.04
• PP students at Testwood made better progress than non-PP students for Ebacc
Progress 8 Ebacc: PP +0.53 non-PP +0.30
• PP students at Testwood made better progress than non-PP in Ebacc (French), low ability students performed exceptionally well and were ranked 11th overall compared to schools nationally.
Progress 8 EBacc: PP +0.50 all students +0.40
Progress 8 Ebacc low ability: PP +0.67 all students +0.70 Rank 11th
• Progress of students in English was lower than expected overall, particularly high ability PP students, however, there were only 5 high ability PP students and variation in their performance has a large effect. The progress of boys was also below that of girls.
Progress 8 English: PP -0.16 non-PP -0.12
• The progress of PP students in Science was similar to students overall.
Progress 8 Science: PP -0.1 all students -0.1
• Low and middle ability students in Humanities made better progress than students national, particularly middle ability and at Testwood PP students made better progress than students overall.
Progress 8 Humanities: PP +0.50 all students +0.40
• Low ability students at Testwood made better than expected progress in Maths and English. Middle ability students overall also made better than expected progress.
• Attainment of students is an area to improve.
• Attendance across the school has improved and is good overall. The attendance of PP students in the whole school, however, was 4.9% lower than non-PP students and needs further improvement.
• Behaviour in all Year groups has also improved and is very good overall, however, PP students received 11% more behaviour points than non-PP students. Although this is an area to improve, this figure is affected by a very small number of boys who are also PP and live in challenging environments.