Pupil Premium


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

Number of pupils on roll 2017-2018


Number of pupils eligible for PPG


Number of pupils eligible for PPG+


Amount of PPG received per pupil


Total amount of PPG 2018-2019




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




Extra TA3 working with Y5 and Y6 0.5

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


Training for Teaching Assistants to support quality first teaching

Developing the skills needed to accelerate progress for targeted pupils


Educational Welfare Officer

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


Educational Psychologist SLA (2)

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


Beanstalks Volunteer readers

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


Free Milk

Promote Healthy Lifestyles


Breakfast Club subsidised places and extra staffing cost

Increase attendance and punctuality

Provide a nutritious breakfast and good start to the day


Free Places in after school clubs

Enable all disadvantaged pupils to access extra-curricular activities


Subsidised Music lessons


Top-up Swimming block

Enable disadvantaged pupils to meet the KS2 standard


Play Therapist

Meet the social and emotional needs of pupils


CBT/Counselling (Longford Park Outreach)


Homework Club

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


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


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


PP+ bespoke expenditure

Support the pupil as per meeting actions


Y6 residential

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


Targeted Support

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


Total Expenditure




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)


  • 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


  • 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