Pupil Premium Impact

Pupil Premium Impact Statement 2016-17

There were 20 pupils (11%) eligible for PP funding in the Year 11 cohort of 2016/17.  Diminishing the difference between the performance of disadvantaged pupils and non-disadvantaged pupils is a key strategic focus for St Gregory’s Catholic High School.

Headline measures for GCSEs 2017 do not compare with previous years due to the GCSE examination reforms to the grading mark awarded. 

Student Achievement

Pupil Premium

Non Pupil Premium

 
Progress 8 Score-0.13+0.25
 Students achieving 5 standard passes including English and Maths40% 81%
Students achieving 5 strong passes including English and Maths15%  57%
 Students achieving grades 4-9 in English 70% 87%
 Students achieving  grades 5-9 in English 40%73% 
 Students achieving grades 4-9 in Maths 45% 84%
 Students achieving grades 5-9 in Maths20% 64% 
 Students achieving Core Science A*-C 41% 85%
 Students achieving Additional Science A*-C  80% 89%
   
 Pupil Premium Progress 8 - 3 Year Trend 2015 2016 2017
 PP P8 Score -0.4 -0.8 -0.1

Year 11 School differences between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils 

 Table A : Year on Year Comparison
 

 2015

Difference

2016

 Difference

 % Change

2015 to 2016

 Average Attainment 8 Score  7.08 13.09 -6.02
 Progress 8 Score  -0.36  -0.53  -0.17
 % 5 A* to C with English and Maths  35%  44.7%  -9.7%
 % 3 Levels of Progress in English  12.4%  7.9% 4.5%
 % 4 Levels of Progress in English  11.9%  10.4% 1.5%
 %3 Levels of Progress in Maths 30.7%  17.7%  13% 
 % 4 Levels of Progress in Maths  15.7%  26.5%  -10.8%
 % 3 Levels of Progress in Additional Science  -5.8%  -22.1% 16.3% 
 5 4 Levels of Progress in Additional Science  8.3%  11.8%  -3.5%

Table 2:

Shows the overall Performance for attainment and core subject progress and compares the school's performance against national performance.

 Table 2: Overall Performance
   Total for School 2016 St Gregory's Y11 PP   2015 National PP  2016 St Gregory's Y11 Non PP 2015 National Non PP 
 % 5 A* to C including English and Maths  52%  13%  36.1%  57.7%  52.8%
 % 3 LOP English Language 54.5%   47.6%  61%  55.5%  75.6%
 % 4 LOP English Language 18.6%   9.5%  22%  19.9%  35%
 % 3 LOP Maths 67.9%   52.4%  53.2%  70.1%  73.5%
 % 4 LOP Maths 28%   4.8%  19%  31.3%  36%
 % 3 LOP Additional Science  63.9%  83.3%  48.3%  61.2%  61.8%
 % 4 LOP Additional Science  10.2%  0% 16.8%  11.8%  25.5%