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Disadvantaged Student Funding
Results Year 11 Comparing Disadvantaged Students (DS) with Non-Disadvantaged students (NDS) 2017

Number of disadvantaged students in 2017 = 31 Number of disadvantaged students in 2016 = 35

It is important to note that the new 9-1 GCSE grade scale was introduced for English and Maths in 2017 and 2017 results cannot therefore be directly compared with 2016 A*-G GCSE grade scales.

ATTAINMENT 8 AND PROGRESS 8

In 2017 - our disadvantaged students achieved an Attainment 8 score of 38.7 with our non-disadvantaged students achieving an Attainment 8 score of 55.0.

In 2017 - our disadvantaged students achieved a Progress 8 score of -0.27 with our non-disadvantaged students achieving a Progress 8 score of 0.42.

In 2016 - our disadvantaged students achieved an Attainment 8 score of 47.2 with our non-disadvantaged students achieving an Attainment 8 score of 59.9.

In 2016 - our disadvantaged students achieved a Progress 8 score of -0.07 with our non-disadvantaged students achieving a Progress 8 score of 0.30.

SCHOOL VS NATIONAL ANALYSIS

In 2017 the national Attainment 8 score for disadvantaged students was 37 and therefore our disadvantaged students achieved 1.7 higher than the national average.

In 2017 the national Progress 8 score for disadvantaged students was -0.40 and therefore our disadvantaged students achieved 0.13 higher than the national average.

ATTAINMENT IN ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS

In 2017 35% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade 4 or above in both English and Maths, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 82%.

In 2016 49% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade C or above in both English and Maths, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 84%

ENGLISH

In 2017 58% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade 4 or above in English, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 88%.

In 2016 68% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade C or above in English, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 89%

MATHEMATICS

In 2017 39% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade 4 or above in English, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 88%.

In 2016 54% of our disadvantaged students achieived a grade C or above in English, with non-disadvantaged students achieving 92%

ENGLISH BACCALAUREATE (EBACC)

In 2017 19.5% of our disadvantaged students and 46.5% of non-disadvantaged students attained the Standard EBacc (Grade 4+).

In 2016 26% of our disadvantaged students and 46% of non-disadvantaged students attained the EBacc.

National figures also show a decrease in the number of students achieving the EBacc from 2017 to 2016, with 23.8% achieving the Standard EBacc (at grade 4 and above) in 2017 and 24.7% achieving the EBacc in 2016.

2016 - 2017 ALLOCATION

22.6% of The Hollyfield School students were in the FSM/Ever6 cohort of which 41.5% currently recieve FSM.

There are 1 CLA and 2 Service Students

The number of FSM students changes as families' financial circumstances change. This information is up-to-date as of January 2017.

2017 - 2018 ALLOCATION

23.8% of The Hollyfield School students were in the FSM/Ever6 cohort of which 39.8% currently recieve FSM.

There are 2 CLA students and 1 Service Student

The number of FSM students changes as families' financial circumstances change. This information is up-to-date as of June 2018.

An action plan is drawn up to address the indentified needs of the cohort and to establish a time frame for monitoring the impact of the provision.

Our core aim is to raise the attainment and progress of students eligible for disadvantaged students funding.

SUCCESS CRITERIA

All staff have a clear focus on improving outcomes for all disadvantaged students

PROPOSED EXPENDITURE/PROJECTS FOR 2017-2018

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