Impact Of Pupil Premium for Quantitative evidence for the 2012-2013

Quantitative evidence for the 2012-2013 pupil premium cohort shows:

1. 5 A* – C including English and Maths was 43% (2013). This was above the 2012 national average of 39% by 4% percentage points.

2. English A*-C GCSE results were 61%, this represents a 2 percentage point improvement on 2012.

3. In English 54% of PP students made 3 levels of progress, this was a 10 percentage point increase on 2012.

4. A*-A results in English rose from 3.7% in 2012 to 8.2% in 2013. This represents an improvement of 4.5 percentage points.

5. In English 17.4% of the PP students made 4 levels of progress, this was an improvement of 5.4 percentage points.

6. Maths A*-C GCSE results were 55% with 53% making 3 levels of progress.

7. In Maths the percentage of pupil premium students achieving A*-A rose from 11.1% in 2012 to 18.4% in 2013.This is a percentage point improvement of 7.3.

8. In Maths 25% of PP students made 4 levels of progress, this was an 8 percentage point improvement on the previous year.

9. The gap between FSM students and non FSM students following the 2012 GCSE results stands at 24% for A*-C Including English and Maths. This is 3% below the national average of 24%.(2012)