PUPIL PREMIUM

Pupil Premium Funding 2018/19 Proposal

Pupil Premium £134,760

Early Years Pupil Premium £1,240

PP Premium £3,000

Total income - £139,000 Pupil Premium £121,440

Focus

Provision – Staffing and Resources

2018/2019

Curriculum

Year 6 teaching / Intervention – contribution towards Richard Davis’s DHT salary.

Increased TA:pupil ratio supporting holistic development / intervention / small groups.









Tracking of Early Years Pupil Progress children and subsequent planned for targeted intervention.

‘2Simple’ software licence contribution for Early Years to increase parental contribution to the education of the children.

Rapid Reading / Pearson Bug Club training and resources.

Supply cover for Richard Davis - £45,000.

TA salaries for Pupil Premium element.

1 per Early Years -   £14,076

1 per Key Stage 1 -  £12,494
2 per Key Stage 2 -  £28,546

                               £55,202

                            (inc. oncosts)


£500


£600


£1700

Social, Emotional and Behavioural

SEAL’s mentor salary contribution (Back up DSL, lead professional on Common Assessment Forms and Team Around the Family / Child Protection and Children in Need meetings).

Attendance Support Officer role developed to assist SEAL’s mentor.

TA groups – Social skills development, anger management, self- confidence and self-esteem.

Sensory room resources/books.

TA SEN / Behaviour support training

Salary contribution - £20, 830

Salary Contribution x 15 hrs per week £8,458



£500


£500

£1500

Extra-Curricular

Sports clubs

Free Breakfast Club/After School Club access to Pupil Premium children. Aimed to enhance social mobility.

Trip contributions/Residential.  

See ‘Sport Manager’ role below.

£2,400

£3,000

Family and Communities

Jumpers/Uniform/Book bags/water bottles/resources to complete homework.


Toast/Snack provision.

Grandparents to lunch.

Newsletter.

Website contribution.


£1,280


£500

£480

£450

£100

Alternative Learning Pathways

Contribution to Sport Premium Manager role for After School Sports/Health Clubs targeting hard to reach / PP children.

£1,000



2018-19 Proposal Report (MS Word Format)


PUPIL PREMIUM

Pupil Premium Funding 2017/18 Proposal

Pupil Premium £121,440
Early Years Pupil Premium £9,000
PP Plus £3,000
  Total income - £133,440

Focus

Provision – Staffing and Resources

2017/2018

Curriculum

Year 6 teaching / Intervention – contribution towards Richard Davis’s DHT salary.

Increased TA:pupil ratio supporting holistic development / intervention / small groups.









Rapid Reading / Pearson Bug Club training and resources.

Supply cover for Richard Davis - £40,000.

TA salaries for Pupil Premium element.

1 per Early Years -   £14,574

1 per Key Stage 1 -  £13,550
2 per Key Stage 2 -  £30,078

                                                  £58,202

   (inc. oncosts)

£8,000

Social, Emotional and Behavioural

SEAL’s mentor salary contribution (Back up DSL, lead professional on Common Assessment Forms and Team Around the Family / Child Protection and Children in Need meetings).

Attendance Support Officer role developed to assist SEAL’s mentor.

TA groups – Social skills development, anger management, self- confidence and self-esteem.

TA emotional intelligence training.

Salary contribution - £15,500



Salary contribution - £2,558


£500

£1,000

Extra-Curricular

Free Breakfast Club/After School Club access to Pupil Premium children. Aimed to enhance social mobility.

Trip contributions/Residential. Enhancing wider opportunities. 

£2,400



£3,000

Family and Communities

Jumpers/Uniform/Book bags/water bottles/resources to complete homework.


Toast/Snack provision.


Newsletter.

£1,080



£100


£100

Alternative Learning Pathways

Contribution to Sport Premium Manager role for After School Sports/Health Clubs targeting hard to reach / PP children.

£1,000



2017-18 Proposal Report (MS Word Format)


Pupil Premium Funding (2016/17)

Total income - £117,000

Focus

Provision – Staffing and Resources

2016/2017

Curriculum

Year 6 teaching – contribution towards Richard Davis’s DHT salary. Impact on KS2 progress scores for maths was 103.4 (103.9 Local Authority Average). 2016/2017 score was 102.6. Greater depth in maths was 20% (National 27%) – increase on previous year of 20%. RD taught higher attaining group every day in 2016/2017. 20% of Ever 6 children met the exceeding the expected standard (27 national) again a 20% rise.

75% of Pupil Premium children achieved the expected standard in the Year 1 phonics screening check.

83% of Ever 6 children achieved GLD in 2017.

Increased TA:pupil ratio supporting holistic development / gap filling.

Tracking of Early Years Pupil Progress children and subsequent planned for targeted intervention.


‘2Simple’ software licence contribution for Early Years to increase parental contribution to the education of the children.

Supply cover for Richard Davis - £40,000.


TA salaries for Pupil Premium element.


1 per Early Years -   £14,574

1 per Key Stage 1 -  £13,563
2 per Key Stage 2 -  £30,078

                              £58,215

                            (inc. oncosts)


£500

£300

Social, Emotional and Behavioural

SEAL’s mentor salary contribution (Back up DSL, lead professional on Common Assessment Forms and Team Around the Family / Child Protection and Children in Need meetings.

TA groups – Social skills development, anger management, self- confidence and self-esteem.

Sensory room resources/books.

Parent workshops.

Salary contribution- £11,000



£400

£500

£500

Extra-Curricular

Sports clubs

Free Breakfast Club/After School Club access to Pupil Premium children. Aimed to enhance social mobility.

Trip contributions/Residential.

 

See ‘Sport Manager’ role below.

£1,000

£1,000

Family and Communities

Jumpers/Uniform/Book bags/water bottles/resources to complete homework.


Toast/Snack provision.

Grandparents to lunch.


Newsletter.

Website contribution.

£1,080



£475

£480


£450


£100

Alternative Learning Pathways

Contribution to Sport Manager role for After School Sports/Health Clubs targeting hard to reach / PP children.

£1,000



2016-17 Report(MS Word Format)


Pupil Premium Funding (2015/16)

Total income - £118,800
Outgoing - £121,130

Focus

Provision – Staffing and Resources 2015/2016

Curriculum

Year 6 boosting – contribution towards Richard Davis’s DHT salary. In the Key Stage 2 SAT’s in 2016 the ‘Scaled Score 100+’ outcomes were 82% in comparison to the national percentage of 75. In addition, disadvantaged pupils with low prior attainment in KS1 scored a national progress score of 5.93 in comparison to the national, which was 3.00.

Increased TA:pupil ratio supporting holistic development / gap filling.







Tracking of Pupil Progress children and subsequent planned for targeted intervention.

‘2Simple’ software contribution for Early Years to increase parental contribution to the education of the children.
Supply cover for Richard Davis - £40,000.






TA salaries for Pupil Premium element.

1 per Early Years - £11,165
1 per Key Stage 1 - £11,165
2 per Key Stage 2 - £22,330
£44,660
(inc. oncosts)


£1,500


£300
Social, Emotional and Behavioural SEAL’s mentor salary contribution (Back up DSL, lead professional on Common Assessment Forms and Team Around the Family / Child Protection and Children in Need meetings.

TA groups – Social skills development, anger management, self- confidence and self-esteem.

Sensory room resources/books.

Parent workshops.
Salary contribution - £15,500




£300


£1,000

£2,500
Extra-Curricular Sports clubs


Free Breakfast Club/After School Club access to Pupil Premium children. Aimed to enhance social mobility.

Trip contributions/Residential.
See ‘Sport Manager’ role below.

£2,400



£3,000
Family and Communities Jumpers/Uniform/Book bags/water bottles/resources to complete homework.

Access to computers for admissions.

Toast/Snack provision.

Grandparents to lunch.

Text service for hard to reach parents/families.

Newsletter.

Website contribution.
£3,280


£300

£4,000

£600

£160

£480

£450
Alternative Learning Pathways Contribution to Sport Manager role for After School Sports/Health Clubs targeting hard to reach / PP children. £1,000


Pupil Premium Funding (2014/15)

We received £102,241 for the financial year 2014/15.

The impact of this funding is evidenced below:-

From Ofsted Inspection Dashboard

Strengths in 2015

  • KS2 value added was broadly average or above in all subjects.
  • KS2 value added in all subjects was broadly average or above for disadvantaged pupils and those who have special educational needs
  • From at least 5 out of every 6 starting points, the proportions of KS2 pupils making and exceeding expected progress in reading, in writing & in mathematics were close to or above national figures.
  • From at least 5 out of every 6 starting points, the proportion of disadvantaged KS2 pupils making and exceeding expected progress in reading, in writing & in mathematics was similar to that of other pupils nationally.
  • Disadvantaged KS2 pupils had an average point score equal to or above the national score for other pupils in reading & mathematics.
  • The proportion of disadvantaged KS2 pupils that attained at least Level 4 was equal to or above the national figure for other pupils in reading & mathematics.
  • The proportion of disadvantaged KS2 pupils that attained at least Level 5 was equal to or above the national figure for other pupils in reading & mathematics.
  • The proportion of disadvantaged KS1 pupils that attained at least Level 3 was equal to or above the national figure for other pupils in reading & mathematics.
  • The proportion of Year 1 pupils that met the expected standard in phonics was above the national figure.

No weaknesses were identified in this dataset.

How do we achieve this?

  1. We keep our adult:child ratio low e.g 1:9 is typical, 1:12 maximum.
  2. Additional adults in classrooms (TA’s) are managed by staff to provide intervention work. The impact of this work is analysed termly during pupil progress meetings.
  3. An experienced teacher is employed to provide weekly booster groups. Also our experienced Y5 and Y6 teachers are given opportunities to boost pupils in groups to ensure maximum progress. In addition teachers provide after school booster work.
  4. Pupils are treated as individuals and progress is assessed frequently and tracked termly (Y6 – half-termly).
  5. We ensure our Breakfast club and Afterschool club is supported when it is needed. Our most vulnerable pupils are provided with free access if needed.
  6. We fund the appointment of a Learning Mentor whose role is to support vulnerable pupils and support staff in breaking down barriers to learning.
  7. We have a rich variety of external motivation systems and procedures that contribute greatly to the positive ethos for achievement in the school.
  8. Our curriculum is designed to engage pupils in their learning and we resource this approach to learning fully. Our curriculum enrichment weeks in particular are opportunities to bring learning to life. Resourcing of this approach has budget implications but all staff and pupils are positive that it has a powerful impact on developing excellent behaviour for learning. We have specialist areas within the school and its grounds to enhance learning outside the classroom.
  9. Early intervention is key to our work – the most disadvantaged pupils have access to free 2 year old provision (15 hours a week).
2014-15 Report(MS Word Format)


Pupil Premium Funding (2012/13)

Moorside School received £81,900 for the financial year 2012/13.

What was the impact of this funding?

Using our Raisonline data Summary Report 2013 (unvalidated data) the following information explains the impact of how we direct resources to ensuring every child makes at least expected progress and in addition (for some children) make above expected progress.

Our progress measure for value added for KS2 is 101.6% (FSM pupils also 101.6%). This is above national and local averages for both non FSM pupils and FSM pupils. Our school adviser (in his annual report) states:

"The good and outstanding progress made by children in all key stages is strong evidence of the consistent quality of teaching across the school. Overall conversions show that 100% of children made at least expected progress in writing, 89% in reading and 96% in Mathematics. These percentages are above local and national averages. The percentages of pupils making better than expected progress in reading and writing also exceeded the LA averages."

How do we achieve this?

  1. We keep our adult:child ratio low e.g 1:9 is typical, 1:12 maximum.
  2. Additional adults in classrooms (TA’s) are managed by staff to provide intervention work. The impact of this work is analysed termly during pupil progress meetings.
  3. An experienced teacher is employed to provide weekly booster groups. Also our experienced Y5 and Y6 teachers are given opportunities to boost pupils in groups to ensure maximum progress. In addition teachers provide after school booster work.
  4. Pupils are treated as individuals and progress is assessed frequently and tracked termly (Y6 – half-termly).
  5. We ensure our Breakfast club and Afterschool club is supported when it is needed. Our most vulnerable pupils are provided with free access if needed.
  6. We fund the appointment of a Learning Mentor whose role is to support vulnerable pupils and support staff in breaking down barriers to learning.
  7. We have a rich variety of external motivation systems and procedures that contribute greatly to the positive ethos for achievement in the school.
  8. Our curriculum is designed to engage pupils in their learning and we resource this approach to learning fully. Our curriculum enrichment weeks in particular are opportunities to bring learning to life. Resourcing of this approach has budget implications but all staff and pupils are positive that it has a powerful impact on developing excellent behaviour for learning. We have specialist areas within the school and its grounds to enhance learning outside the classroom.

Pupil Premium Funding (2011/12)

Moorside School received £46,800 for the financial year 2011/12.

What was the impact of this funding?

Our value added score (2012) for all children was above the national average and for children who have a free school meal this value added score was even higher (101.7%). In other words, our children who receive a free school meal progress even more rapidly than children who do not have a free school meal.

How do we achieve this?

Our Governors are keen to ensure that children benefit from targeted intervention. In order to do this we measure each individual child's progress, termly. Teachers meet individually with the headteacher and Assessment coordinator to discuss children's progress and organise intervention. Sometimes this intervention involves the provision of small group work or 1:1 tuition. The Pupil Premium funding allows us to make this possible.

Each term teachers report to parents on how their child/children are progressing. Where children are not making expected progress we may ask for your help but we will also provide the necessary intervention that ensures children catch up.