Qualification for Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is additional funding given by the Government to schools in England to raise the attainment of specific groups of children that fall into the following categories:

  • Pupils who have been entitled to Free School Meals at any point over the last 6 years, due to qualifying benefits. Please visit the Wiltshire Council Free School Meals page for more information.
  • Pupils who have had a parent in the armed services at any point over the last 6 years
  • Pupils that are, or have been, looked after by the local authority or are adopted

Please contact the school if you feel that you may qualify for Pupil Premium.

 

You will find our Pupil Premium Strategy for 2022/23 using the following link:

Pupil Premium Strategy 2022/23

How we spent last year’s allocation can be found here.

 

Pupil Premium Results

How Pupil Premium funding made a difference to the attainment of our Pupil Premium children:

Assessments in 2020 and 2021 did not take place due to COVID-19

 

EYFS

EYFS 2022
% of children passing Good Level of Development
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(1 child)

100%
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

Wiltshire Local Authority average

43%
Year R at Ramsbury Primary School

(29 children)

76%

 

Year R nationally (2022) 65%

 

 

EYFS 2019
% of children passing Good Level of Development
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(1 child)

0%
Year R at Ramsbury Primary School

(29 children)

75%

 

Year R nationally (2019)

 

71.5%

 

Year 1

Year 1 Phonics 2022
% of children passing the Phonics Screening check
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

(3 children)

100%

 

Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

Wiltshire Local Authority average

57%
Year 1 at Ramsbury Primary School

(30 children)

94%
Year 1 nationally (2022) 75%
Year 1 Phonics 2019
% of children passing the Phonics Screening check
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding (3 children) 100%
Year 1 at Ramsbury Primary School (30 children) 97%
Year 1 Nationally (2019) 82%

 

Year 2

Year 2 SATs 2022
Expected Standard in Writing
Expected Standard in Reading
Expected Standard in Maths
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding (3 children) 67% 67% 67%
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding

Wiltshire Local Authority average

37% 46% 48%
Year 2 at Ramsbury Primary School (30 children) 55% 65% 68%
Year 2 Nationally (2022) 58% 67% 68%

 

Year 2 SATs 2019
Expected Standard in Writing
Expected Standard in Reading
Expected Standard in Maths
Children attracting Pupil Premium  funding (2 children) 50% 50% 50%
Year 2 at Ramsbury Primary School (30 children) 70% 90% 86.7%
Year 2 Nationally (2019) 69.3% 75% 75.7%

 

Year 6

Year 6 SATs 2022
No children in Year 6 attracted Pupil Premium funding.
Year 6 at Ramsbury Primary School
(25 children)
Year 6 Local Authority (LA) /
National 2022
Expected Standard in Writing  

88%

 

69% (LA)

Greater Depth Standard in Writing  

24%

 

13% (national)

Expected Standard in Reading  

100%

 

75% (LA)

Greater Depth Standard in Reading  

64%

 

28% (national)

Expected Standard in Maths  

88%

 

70% (LA)

Greater Depth Standard in Maths  

40%

 

22% (national)

Expected Standard in Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling  

84%

 

Unknown

Greater Depth Standard in Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling  

56%

 

28% (national)

Combined Reading, Writing and Maths  

84%

 

57%

Greater Depth Standard in Combined Reading, Writing and Maths  

16%

 

7% (national)

 

Year 6 SATs 2019
Expected Standard in Writing
Expected Standard in Reading
Expected Standard in Maths
Expected Standard in Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar
Children attracting Pupil Premium funding (3 children) 100% 66.7% 100% 100%
Year 6 at Ramsbury Primary School (30 children) 93.3% 90% 96.7% 100%
Year 6 Nationally (2019) 78.4% 73.1% 78.6% 77.9%