Cost Allocation 2016-17

Allocation £282,000


In only 14% of schools in England, do Disadvantaged students perform as well as other students (EEF, 2017)

FBEC is one of these top schools, who can make a difference!
 

Pupil Premium Rationale

Strategy Development

Education Endowment Foundation Figures


(We have recently received the results from the EEF above and are ranked as one of the highest in the UK, data below)

 

Impact of Pupil Premium (2017)

Typically Pupil Premium students at FBEC have closed the gap with other students at FBEC and have identical rates of progress. FBEC Pupil Premium Students achieve higher grades on average (A8) compared to Pupil Premium students at nationally. The graphs below show that this is an improving trend that is established over a number of years.

A graph to show the Achievement 8 Scores of Pupil Premium students at FBEC compared to National Average for Pupil Premium Students

A graph to show the proportion of Pupil Premium students who achieve an A**-C grade in English and Maths at FBEC compared to National Average for Pupil Premium Students

A graph to show the Attainment 8 For English at FBEC compared to the National Average for Pupil Premium Students

A graph to show the Attainment 8 For English at FBEC compared to the National Average for Pupil Premium Students

We have further data on our PP performance from the Education Endowment Foundation, shown below, Our school is compared with 50 schools of similar size, background to produce the data below.

Our school is highlighted in orange in all three graphs. The below graph shows that we are ranked 4th out of 50 similar schools in Attainment 8 results.

Our school also ranks 3rd on the list for Value Added (below)

And we are ranked top 3 for C+ English and Maths

 

 

 

Literacy and Numeracy Catch Up Premium

Impact of 2015-16 Investment

Impact of 2014-15 Investment