The Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant

The Impact of the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) at Moss Park Junior School 2016-2017

 

Number of pupils on roll 2016-2017

252

Number of pupils eligible for the PPG

57

Amount of PPG received per pupil

£1300  per child (56) plus 1 LAC pupil at £1900

Total amount of PPG 2016-2017

£74,700

 

 

Expenditure

Intended Outcomes

(for Impact see report below)

Cost (inc. staffing on-costs)

Review & Plan for 2017-2018 year

Support Teacher working with Year Six

Create smaller focused teaching groups to improve the attainment of disadvantaged pupils from their starting points

£23,400

Move support to Y3 when pupils enter MPJS and then Y4 (% of SEN/D and PPG pupils)

Extra TA3 working with Y6

Deliver a range of interventions to improve the attainment of disadvantaged pupils

£18,700

Continue and fund TA 4 training for 2 x TA3s

Educational Welfare Officer

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

£900

Continue – focus on the persistently absent families in 2017 2018

Educational Psychologist

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

£2,275

Continue but split between SEN/D and PPG cost centres to more clearly account for impact

Free Milk

Promote Healthy Lifestyles

£1,140

Continue

Breakfast Club (extra staffing)

Increase attendance and punctuality; provide a nutritious breakfast and good start to the day

£2,100

Continue

Breakfast Club subsidised places

£9,880

Continue

Free Places in after school clubs

Enable all disadvantaged pupils to access extra-curricular activities

£870

Continue and Expand our clubs offer and prioritise our disadvantaged pupils for places

Subsidised Music lessons

£500

Continue

Play Therapist

Meet the social and emotional needs of pupils

£2,800

Continue

CBT/Counselling

£3,600

Continue

Resources to enable participation

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

£2,100

Continue but add weekly Homework Club and Beanstalks Reading Volunteer Programme

Training

Increase the quality of teaching and learning including interventions for pupils

£3,000

Continue and increase expenditure with a whole school focus on Writing (Artis)

Subsidy for school trips, visits, visitors

Access to enrichment activities and high quality learning experiences

£3,000

Continue and increase expenditure with a programme of Drama workshops linked to Writing

CLA resources

Support PEP targets

£900

Continue

Y6 residential

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

£1,120

Continue

Total Expenditure

£76,280

 

 

Academic Outcomes for Pupils Eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) in 2017

 

  • Last year there were 64 pupils in Year 6
  • 22 (34%) of these pupils were eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG), 2% higher than National
  • There was 1 Child Looked After
  • 17 (27%) of pupils received  SEN support against 15% nationally and 3 pupils (5%) had an EHC Plan  for moderate learning difficulties
  • There was a much higher proportion of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in the PPG group of pupils (41%) against  26% for those SEN/D pupils in the ‘Other’ group
  • The % of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant who met the Expected Standard in Reading and Maths was in line with the national benchmark, as was the % of PPG pupils who Exceeded the Expected Standard in Reading and Maths
  • The Average Scaled Score of pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium was in line with the national benchmark in Reading and Maths
  • The next steps are to raise attainment in Writing at both the Expected Standard and Exceeding the Expected Standard for our PPG pupils: School Improvement Plan 2017-2018
  • Accelerating progress in writing for our PPG pupils in each prior attainment band throughout school is a pupil progress focused objective for all teachers in the 2017-2018 Appraisal Cycle

 

Attainment

 

Expected Standard

PPG Pupils (school)

‘Other’ (National) Benchmark

Reading

77%

77%

Writing

64%

81%

Maths

77%

80%

R+W+M Combined

52%

67%

 

Exceeding the Expected Standard

PPG Pupils (school)

‘Other’ (National) Benchmark

Reading

23%

29%

Writing

0%

21%

Maths

23%

27%

R+W+M Combined

0%

11%

 

Average Scaled Score

 

Subject

PPG Pupils  (school)

‘Other’ (National) Benchmark

Reading

104.7

105.3

Maths

105

105.3

 

Progress Measure

 

Subject

PPG Pupils  (school)

‘Other’ Pupils (National)

Reading

+1.3

+0.33

Writing

-2.3

+.17

Maths

+1.1

+0.28

 

*Disadvantaged pupils are compared with the group ‘Other’, who are ‘Non-Disadvantaged’ pupils, rather than other disadvantaged pupils in schools nationally

 

Pastoral Outcomes for Pupils Eligible for the Pupil Premium in 2017

 

  • Attendance for all pupils in Y6 was 96%, and it was also 96% for our Pupil Premium children
  • This is 1% higher than the PPG group nationally
  • Persistent Absenteeism in the Y6 cohort was 3% - 2% lower than national
  • Persistent Absenteeism amongst our Pupil Premium group was 5%, less than half the national average of 11% for this group nationally in 2017
  • There were no exclusions for our Y6 cohort
  • Analysis of Club registers shows that virtually all our PPG pupils attended at least one after school club in 2016 – 2017, with a minority (30%) attending two or more
  • 21/22 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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