Outcomes for Disadvantaged Children

Attainment

Pupil Premium (PP) Briary Kent National
Reading, Writing & Maths (combined) 59% 49% 48%
All      
Reading, Writing & Maths (combined) 70% 64% 67%

The proportion of Pupil Premium children, who were attaining at age related expectations in all three subjects has increased by 30% compared with 2016. The difference between PP children at Briary and PP nationally was +11%.

Pupil Premium (PP) Briary Kent National
Reading 59% 61% 60%
All      
Reading 78% 79% 77%

In reading, attainment for both PP and non-PP is broadly in line with both LA and National figures.

Pupil Premium (PP) Briary Kent National
Writing 77% 69% 66%
Non Pupil Premium (non PP)      
Writing 81% 85% 81%

In writing there was a -4% difference between the attainment of PP and non-PP children. The difference between the Briary children in receipt of Pupil Premium compared with those in the same group was +8% locally and +11% nationally.

Pupil Premium (PP) Briary Kent National
Maths 71% 63% 63%
Non Pupil Premium (non PP)      
Maths 81% 81% 80%

In maths, there was a difference of -10% between PP and non-PP children; attainment of PP showed an improvement of 30% on the previous year. The difference between the Briary children in receipt pf Pupil Premium compared with those in the same group was +8% locally and nationally.

Progress

  Reading Writing Maths
Briary Pupil Premium (PP) +1.2 +1.3 +0.5
National average for disadvantaged -0.7 -0.4 -0.6

 

Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare

The pastoral support team work with some of the more challenging children to improve their adaption to the structured learning environment. The development of the team has been influential in reducing the need for exclusions. In the year 2014-15, 17 children were excluded; in 2015-165, this figure was reduced to 8 and in 2016-17 5 children had fixed-term exclusions.

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