Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium

Funding – 2021-2022

During this academic year, the school expects to receive £68,595 through the pupil premium grant. This sum is to be used in a variety of ways to support pupils eligible for pupil premium as outlined in our Pupil Premium Strategy Document below.

We also expect to receive £7,830  additional funding through the Recovery Premium fund.

To download our Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium Strategy Document for 2021-22, please CLICK HERE. This document identifies our plans for the coming academic year and reviews outcomes form the previous year.  Please note this document is currently in draft format until ratification by the Local Governing Board.

Evaluation of the last Nationally Validated Assessment Data  for Disadvantaged Pupils from 2018-2019

We were pleased that our evaluation showed that over time disadvantaged pupils at John Emmerson Batty Primary School have performed well in achieving the expected or higher standard in reading writing and mathematics combined at KS2.

  • Disadvantaged boys over the prior three years have achieved 5% above the national average for disadvantaged boys nationally.
  • Disadvantaged girls over the prior three years have achieved 24% above the national average for disadvantaged girls nationally.
  • All pupils (Boys and girls combined) over the prior three years have achieved 10% above the national average for disadvantaged boys nationally.

3 year Analysis of average progress, scores for disadvantaged pupils at John E. Batty in KS2 have also been pleasing:

  • In reading the JEB KS2 disadvantaged pupils  have on average (over the prior three years) made approximately +1.32 greater progress than disadvantaged pupils nationally and +0.39 greater progress than ‘national other’ non-disadvantaged pupils.
  • In writing the JEB KS2 disadvantaged pupils have on average (over the prior three years) made approximately +1.33 greater progress than disadvantaged pupils nationally and approximately +0.73 greater progress than ‘national other’ non-disadvantaged pupils.
  • In mathematics the JEB KS2 disadvantaged pupils have on average (over the prior three years) made approximately +2.28 greater progress than disadvantaged pupils nationally and +1.38 greater progress than ‘national other’ non-disadvantaged pupils.