Pupil Premium

PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING AT CORLEY CENTRE:    

Disadvantaged student funding (pupil premium funding) is a Government initiative designed to target additional resources towards those students deemed to be most at risk of underachievement.  The funding is provided for those students eligible for free school meals at any time during the past 6 years (Ever6) and for students who have been looked after continuously for at least 6 months (CLA).

The purpose of the additional funding is for schools to target provision to raise attainment of disadvantaged students and to close the attainment gap between them and their peers.

The funding for looked after students (CLA) for Corley Centre is held within a ‘Virtual School’.  Applications for funding are based on individual student need as identified in their Personal Education Plan (PEP).

The Department for Education states:

It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility.  

CURRENT FUNDING: 

SCHOOL YEAR TOTAL PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING

(KS3 & KS4 only)

NUMBER OF STUDENTS % OF COHORT
April 2019-2020 £35,530 43 44

 

2018-2019 PUPIL PREMIUM REPORT:

NUMBERS OF STUDENTS FOR WHOM CORLEY CENTRE RECEIVED PUPIL PREMIUM FUNDING: 38

TOTAL PUPIL PREMIUM INCOME: £35,530

2019 End of KS3 progress data shows that students in receipt of pupil premium funding made similar progress to that of students not in receipt of pupil premium funding, and in Maths and PSHCE, exceeded it.

KEY STAGE 3:

Whole KS3 Cohort Making at Least Expected Progress
English Maths Science PSHCE
73% 80% 75% 84%
KS3 Pupil Premium Students Making at Least Expected Progress
English Maths Science PSHCE
70% 85% 70% 90%
KS3 Non-Pupil Premium Students Making at Least Expected Progress
English Maths Science PSHCE
76% 75% 75% 79%

KEY STAGE 4:

YEAR 10:

Final monitoring in Summer 2019 indicates that Year 10 students in receipt of pupil premium funding made greater progress than those not in receipt of pupil premium funding.

GCSE English Functional Skills English GCSE

Maths

Functional Skills

Maths

GCSE Biology GCSE Citizenship/

Level 1 Citizenship Certificate

Year 10: On Target or Exceeding Target Grade (21 students)
88% 100% 61% 68% 61% 50%
Year 10: Pupil Premium Students On Target or Exceeding Target Grade (10 students)
90% 100% 80% 80% 90% 80%
Year 10: Non-Pupil Premium Students On Target or Exceeding Target Grade (11 students)
86% 90% 45% 64% 64% 64%

 YEAR 11:

Students in receipt of pupil premium funding made less progress than their peers in English and Maths but in line with/more than their peers in Science and Citizenship.

(Of all those students who did not attain their GCSE target grade, 82% missed it by one grade.)

GCSE English Functional Skills English GCSE

Maths

Functional Skills

Maths

GCSE Biology GCSE Citizenship/

Level 1 Citizenship Certificate

Year 11: Attained or Exceeded Target Grade (12 students)
58% 92% 55% 83% 42% 75%
Year 11: Pupil Premium Students Attained or Exceeded Target Grade (4 students)
50% 75% 25% 60% 75% 75%
Year 11: Non-Pupil Premium Students Attained or Exceeded Target Grade (8 students)
63% 100% 63% 100% 25% 75%

COMPARISON OF ATTAINMENT OF PUPIL PREMIUM AND NON-PUPIL PREMIUM STUDENTS WHO TRANSFERRED TO CORLEY CENTRE BY THE END OF KEY STAGE 3

ATTAINMENT MEASURE PUPIL PREMIUM

(4 students*)

NON-PUPIL PREMIUM

(8 students*)

GCSE IN ENGLISH, MATHS AND BIOLOGY 75% 88%
GCSE IN ENGLISH AND MATHS 75% 88%
GCSE IN ENGLISH OR MATHS 100% 88%
AT LEAST 3 GCSEs 100% 88%
FUNCTIONAL SKILLS QUALIFICATION IN ENGLISH AND MATHS 100% 88%
8 OR MORE LEVEL 1 (OR ABOVE) QUALIFICATIONS 75% 100%
AVERAGE NUMBER OF QUALIFICATIONS ATTAINED PER STUDENT 7.5 8.3

* 3 students transferred to Corley Centre during KS4 and are not included in the above table, which shows end of KS4 attainment of students on roll by the end of KS3.

100% of the whole cohort has progressed to positive destinations.

DESTINATIONS OF PUPIL PREMIUM STUDENTS:

100% of all pupil premium students in the 2019 cohort have progressed to meaningful destinations of their choosing. Due to small numbers, destinations cannot be listed, as individuals may be identifiable.

 

Further information about the progress and attainment of students for whom the school receives pupil premium funding, is currently being updated.