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Impact of PPG
 

Progress 8 has beenin the top quintile (20%) for at least two years for disadvantaged pupils.

 

What impact does the PPG have?

We have always had a strong culture of high expectations of, and achievement for, all pupils.  The progress of PP students is at least as good as non-PP students in the great majority of cases.  We track the performance and progress of all pupils and work to remove barriers to learning where they exist. 

2018 GCSE Results

Criteria All students PP students Notes

Progress 8 overall

 

 

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

Attainment 8 over.

 

 

GCSE points

P8 English element

 

 

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

A8 English element

 

 

GCSE points

P8 Maths element

 

 

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

A8 Maths element

 

 

GCSE points

2017 GCSE Results

Criteria All students PP students Notes

Progress 8 overall

+0.3

+0.3

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

Attainment 8 over.

63

61

GCSE points

P8 English element

+0.6

+0.9

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

A8 English element

14

14

GCSE points

P8 Maths element

0.0

-0.1

Where 1.0 = 1 grade progress

A8 Maths element

12

11

GCSE points

 

2016 GCSE Results - INTERNAL DATA

• 18 PPG students sat their GCSEs
• 100% pass rate in English language & Maths
• All achieved at least 5 A*-C grades inc. Eng & Maths
• 10 pupils achieved A*-C in 9 or 10 subjects
• The average points per GCSE for PPG pupils was 45.0 against a whole cohort average of  47.0 points.


2015 GCSE Results


• 8 PPG students sat their GCSEs
• 100% pass rate in English language & Maths
• All achieved at least 7 A*-C grades inc. Eng & Maths
• 5 pupils achieved A*-C in 10 subjects
• The average points per GCSE for PPG pupils was 50.0 against a whole cohort average of 48.1 points.