The Impact of Pupil Premium Spending at Regent Farm First School in 2015 The Impact of Pupil Premium Spending is Highly Effective At the end of Reception children from the 20% most deprived areas have achieved a huge increase in their ‘Good Level of Development’ - up 19.48% In the Year One Phonics Check – the gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children is small – 5.7% (and includes a dual-registered child who does not attend our school). At the end of Key Stage One the proportion of disadvantaged children gaining 2b+ in R, W and M is high compared to national – R – 81%, W – 81%, M – 86%. Average Points Scored for Reading, Writing and Maths were also above average – 16.8, 15.8 and 16.6 (See Target Tracker SelfEvaluation KS1). Gaps have closed in English and are closing in maths. (See also Tracking Progress from Rec to the end of Y2 – progress for the most disadvantaged is outstanding). Disadvantaged children have made outstanding progress at the higher levels, which is particularly marked when tracking progress from Reception to Year 2. At the end of Year 4 attainment is consistently high. There is no significant gap between the APS of disadvantaged children and non-PP. (See Analysis of Progress towards end of KS2 Expectation). Disadvantaged children are thoroughly prepared for the next step in their education (middle school).