Pupil Premium

 

Pupil Premium Grant Spending Plan at Moss Park Junior School 2018 2019

Number of pupils on roll 2017-2018

256

Number of pupils eligible for PPG

51

Number of pupils eligible for PPG+

4

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1320

Total amount of PPG 2018-2019

£66,640

 

Expenditure

Intended Outcomes

Cost (includes on-costs)

Support teacher working in Year 3, then deployed across school (04.FTE)

Deliver small group teaching to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged pupils from their starting points at MPJS

£16,000

 

 

Extra TA3 working with Y5 and Y6 0.5

Improve the attainment of disadvantaged pupils including the more able in English and Maths

£8,000

Training for Teaching Assistants to support quality first teaching

Developing the skills needed to accelerate progress for targeted pupils

£2500

Educational Welfare Officer

Close the gap in attendance & punctuality between disadvantaged and other pupils

£900

Educational Psychologist SLA (2)

Ensure that disadvantaged pupils have access to external support (academic and pastoral)

£3722

Beanstalks Volunteer readers

Provide one to one reading and games sessions to support pupils in reading

£1,200

Free Milk

Promote Healthy Lifestyles

£1,200

Breakfast Club subsidised places and extra staffing cost

Increase attendance and punctuality

Provide a nutritious breakfast and good start to the day

£4,500

Free Places in after school clubs

Enable all disadvantaged pupils to access extra-curricular activities

£1000

Subsidised Music lessons

£500

Top-up Swimming block

Enable disadvantaged pupils to meet the KS2 standard

£1000

Play Therapist

Meet the social and emotional needs of pupils

£2,900

CBT/Counselling (Longford Park Outreach)

£6,000

Homework Club

Ensure pupils have access to high quality resources in interventions, lessons and at home

£300

Training and resources for Quality First teaching

  • Overhauling the curriculum to give exciting experiences and to promote higher standards in writing
  • Using our commercial assessment program (Target Tracker) more effectively so that teachers can highlight pupils falling behind or who need challenging
  • Deliver high quality Drama teaching linked to writing (ARTIS) including a small nurture style group for focused children

£5,000

Supply Cover to facilitate ½ termly Pupil Progress meetings focused on attainment and progress

In- depth time for teachers to spend with the Headteacher tracking the attainment and progress off PPG pupils &  develop individual learning plans

£2400

PP+ bespoke expenditure

Support the pupil as per meeting actions

£6000

Y6 residential

Ensure that all pupils have the chance to experience a residential visit with their peers

£1,120

Targeted Support

Provide a bespoke package for individual PPG pupils as identified in the Pupil progress meetings PMs

£2398

Total Expenditure

£66,640

 

 

Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant on Outcomes 2017 – 2018 at Moss Park Junior School

Academic Outcomes - Headlines from FFT Live 2018

 (this is one of the DFE accredited providers for data analysis, including self-evaluation and target setting)

Progress

  • The ‘Pupil Progress in Average Scaled Score (Reading and Maths combined)’ measure showed that all groups of pupils at Moss Park Junior School made better than national average progress
  • Pupils from the FSM group (5) were the highest performing group out of 25 groups for this measure in Year 6 2018
  • Pupils from the FSM in last 6 years (12 pupils) were the 3rd highest group for this measure in 2018
  • Pupils from FSM Ever (13 pupils) were the 7th highest performing group in 2018

Attainment

  • The average scaled score for FSM pupils was higher than that of non FSM pupils and also shows an upward trend
  • The Average Scaled Score for FSM (in last 6 years) in Reading & Maths was 105 against 107.6 for pupils who were not in receipt of FSM in the last 6 years, BUT when SEN/D pupils (MLD) are taken out, the average scaled score of this FSM (in last 6 years) group rises to 110, showing that this group actually outperformed the other pupils

Pastoral Outcomes

  • Attendance of our Pupil Premium children in 2017-2018 was 96.05% (52 pupils) against 97% (209 pupils) for non-PPG pupils. This is a smaller than average difference. Further analysis show that were there were classes with gaps, the Educational Welfare Team and other agencies were involved with these individual pupils, with a positive impact on punctuality and attendance by the end of the year.
  • There was no difference between unauthorised absences for either group; which for both groups were below national figures.  
  • Persistent Absenteeism in the Y6 cohort was 3% - 2% lower than national
  • Persistent Absenteeism amongst our Pupil Premium group was 3.8%, well below this group nationally
  • Analysis of Club registers shows that virtually all our PPG pupils attended at least two after school clubs in 2017-18, with a minority (30%) attending three or more. This was as a result of our priority, free places
  • All but one of our PPG Y6 pupils attended our residential trip to Robinwood
  • These outcomes demonstrate the effectiveness of our pastoral systems, including our Breakfast Club and work with Trafford pastoral agencies to improve attendance and well-being

 

 

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