Graveney School, Welham Road, SW17 9BU
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The Pupil Premium is a fund allocated to schools to support pupils whomay be disadvantaged in relation to their peers because of financial or familycircumstances. At Graveney the fund is allocated for pupils who have receivedfree school meals within the last six years, and/or who are looked afterlearners.
The funding is used to support pupils in a number of ways. These include:
The gap that exists is due inpart to the exceptionally high performance of pupils who are not in thepupil premium cohort. Both pupil premium and non pupil premium pupils performedwell above the national averages for ALL pupils in English and mathematics:
NPP A*-C PP A*-C National(all) A*- C
English 96% 90% 60.2%
Mathematics 90% 80% 61%
Making national comparisons, their attainment inthe best 8 subjects and in the English Baccalaureate is significantly above thenational average
Conversion rates from L5 at KS2 to A*/A at KS4:
English NPP: 80% PP:67%
Mathematics NPP: 78% PP: 70%
Pupil Premium pupils exceeded expectations based onMTG in English and Mathematics combined and separately, attainment 8, andprogress 8. They made gains of 7% and 14% in English and Maths respectively,between mock exams and actual exams compared with NPP who made gains of 2% inboth subjects.
In 2016, 68% of the Pupil Premium cohort progressedto the Sixth Form. All leavers whose destinations are known are in education.
31 Year 13 leavers (formerly Pupil Premium) were inreceipt of a Bursary. 22 of these students have now progressed to HigherEducation, 7 will do so after a gap year, and one student progressed to anapprenticeship. Destinations include Bristol, Warwick, Manchester, City (London) and Nottingham Trent. Leavers are studying a range of courses includingPharmacy, Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Engineering, Accounting and Law.