Outcomes for Disadvantaged Children 2019

  Briary National
  All children Pupil Premium All children Pupil Premium
Reading, Writing & Maths   (combined) 79% 63% 71% 51%

Reading, Writing & Maths

(combined) – higher standard

7% 11% 11% 5%

 

In 2019, over 20% children eligible for Pupil Premium also had special educational needs (SEN). Of the non-SEN Pupil Premium children, 80% reached ‘expected’ in reading, writing and maths.

  Briary National
  All children Pupil Premium All children Pupil Premium
Reading 89% 79% 62% 73%
Reading - High Score 53% 53% 17% 27%
Reading average score 106.3 101.9
Reading Progress 4.43 4.27 0.0 -0.6

At Briary, Key stage 2 attainment of the expected standard (100+) in reading (89%) was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 for all pupils. Key stage 2 attainment of the high standard (110+) in reading (53%) was

significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018.

  Briary National
  All children Pupil Premium All children Pupil Premium
Writing 81% 68% 78% 68%
Writing Greater Depth 12% 11% 20% 11%
Writing Progress -1.83 -3.47 0.0 -0.5

Whilst the children at Briary attain well in writing and on a par with National, we recognise that they could make greater progress. However, in 2019, over 20% children eligible for Pupil Premium also had special educational needs (SEN). Of the non-SEN Pupil Premium children, 87% reached ‘expected’ in writing.

  Briary National
  All children Pupil Premium All children Pupil Premium
Maths 86% 68% 79% 67%
Maths - High Score 39% 21% 27% 16%
Maths average score 103.9 102.5
Maths Progress 2.63 1.20 0.0 -0.71

In 2019, over 20% children eligible for Pupil Premium also had special educational needs (SEN). Of the non-SEN Pupil Premium children, 80% reached ‘expected’ in maths.

Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare

The pastoral support team work with some of our children who find a more structured learning environment challenging. 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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