Sheffield Park Academy Pupil Premium Funding 2017-18 - page 2

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Use of Pupil Premium at Sheffield Park Academy:
Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they are accountable for how they use this addi-
tional funding to support pupils from low-income families (or who are LAC). This is to ensure that parents and other
stakeholders are fully aware of the attainment of pupils covered by the Premium.
A detailed breakdown of the academy's Pupil Premium spending for the 2017-18 academic year along with an analysis
of the impact of the academy's Pupil Premium spending for the academic year 2016-17 can be found below.
*The Pupil Premium strategy is reviewed annually, the next review will take place in September 2018.
** Please note that all figures for progress and attainment in 2016 are not yet validated
Review:
Scrutiny of Pupil Premium spending is carried out by the Executive Governing Body, who work with the Executive
Principal and the Director of Business Services to evaluate the impact of pupil premium spending upon attainment and
make decisions about its effective and efficient deployment. The Pupil Premium budget is reviewed by the full
Executive Governing Body as an agenda item in at least one meeting per year and is reviewed thereafter by a named
Governor (Governor with oversight of ‘Outcomes for Pupils’).
Performance of Pupil Premium Pupils at Sheffield Park Academy in 2016-17
In 2015-16 the academy was placed 8
th
out of all schools nationally for ‘Progress 8’, with an overall P8 score of
+0.93.
In 2016-17 the academy’s ‘Progress 8’ score
rose by 0.05 points to +0.98.
The progress made by disadvantaged pupils contributed significantly to
these achievements with
over 50% of the cohort recorded as ‘Ever 6 FSM’
in each of those years.
2016-17 - 145 pupils on roll at the end of KS4, of whom 84 were ‘Ever6 PP’
(referred to below as PP) and 61 ‘non-disadvantaged’.
Basics Measure:
In 2016-2017
58%
of pupils at Sheffield Park Academy achieved
‘standard passes’ of Grade 4+ in both English and Maths
53%
of disadvantaged pupils achieved this benchmark compared to
65%
of non-disadvantaged pupils
In 2016-2017
34.3%
of pupils at Sheffield Park Academy achieved
‘good passes’ of Grade 5+ in both English and Maths
28.9%
of disadvantaged pupils achieved this benchmark compared
to
42.1%
of non-disadvantaged pupils
Attainment in English:
In 2016-2017
63.6%
of pupils at Sheffield Park Academy achieved a ‘standard pass’ of Grade 4+ in English
59%
of disadvantaged pupils achieved this benchmark compared to
70.2%
of non-disadvantaged pupils
In 2016-2017
43.6%
of pupils at Sheffield Park Academy achieved a ‘good pass’ of Grade 5+ in English
39.8%
of disadvantaged pupils achieved this benchmark compared to
49.1%
of non-disadvantaged pupils
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