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Tuition impact data

6 January 2015

Tuition impact data 2013/14

The data provided by 145 primary schools on tutored pupils via our data collection website in 2013/14, was analysed. The pupils in the analysis all entered Key Stage 2 at below age-related expectations.

Overall, in Reading, Writing and Maths, all tutored pupils in these schools made better progress by the end of Key Stage 2, than non-tutored pupils:

 

Pupils making expected progress % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading  77.7 91.7 +14
Writing   87.4 95.2 +7.8
Mathematics 76.6 97.5 +20.9
 

 

More tutored pupils achieved L4+ than non-tutored pupils in these subjects:

 

Pupils achieving L4+ % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading 51.2 57.6 +6.4
Writing 42.5 44.6 +2.1
Mathematics 31.8 56.8 +2.5
 

 

A similar picture was seen with those FSM and SEN pupils who received tuition:

 

FSM

Pupils making expected progress % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading 70.0 83.9 +13.9
Writing 83.6 90.2 +6.6
Mathematics 71.7 90.5 +18.8

 

Pupils achieving L4+ % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading 41.1 45.2 +3.1
Writing 36.3 34.1 -2.2
Mathematics 23.9 42.9 +19
 

 

SEN

Pupils making expected progress % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading 69.7 87.2 +17.5
Writing 81.0 92.9 +11.9
Mathematics 70.9 98.0 +27.1

 

Pupils achieving L4+ % Non-tutored % Tutored % Difference
Reading 39.9 54.7 +15.7
Writing 26.1 40.2 +14.1
Mathematics 23.5 49.0 +25.5
 

 

Tuition continues to be an effective intervention for pupils working at below age-related expectations to support them in making accelerated progress and attainment.  

Historical data:

2011/12

 

2010/11

Data for this academic year can be found in the publication Tuition Works
 
2009/10