Reporting to Parents

Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report to parents: 2017/18

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

Total number of pupils on roll

314+26

Amount of PPG received per pupil

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

38

£1,320

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG – Service Child

2

£300

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG - LAC

3

£1,900

Total amount of PPG received

 

£52,500

 

Nature of support and spending  2017/18

ENSURING ALL CHILDREN ARE MAKING AT LEAST EXPECTED PROGRESS IN READING, WRITING & MATHS

-TA support for LKS2 and UKS2, to increase targeted support in English and Maths

-Pre Morning Booster Groups with teachers or TAs

-Resources for intervention groups

-RWI resources

-Rich reading resources for classes

-Clicker 7 Assistive Technology for classes

TO ACCELARATE PROGRESS IN PHONICS SO CHILREN ARE AT AGE RELATED EXPECTATIONS

-Pre Morning Phonics Booster Groups with TA

            REDUCING UNDERPERFORMANCE IN KEY SUBJECTS

-Assertive mentoring assessment scheme

CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT

Language consultant

TO ENSURE WELLBEING OF PARTICULAR CHILDREN

-Residential trip payments

-Visits / Trips

-Music Tuition

 

 

Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report to parents: 2016/17 with results

Overview of the school

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

 

Total number of pupils on roll

311+22

Amount of PPG received per pupil

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG

28

£1,320

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG – Service Child

2

£300

Total number of pupils eligible for PPG - LAC

3

£1,900

Total amount of PPG received

 

£43,260

 

Nature of support and spending  2016/17

ENSURING ALL CHILDREN ARE MAKING AT LEAST EXPECTED PROGRESS IN READING, WRITING & MATHS

-TA support for LKS2 and UKS2, to increase targeted support in English and Maths

-Pre Morning Booster Groups with teachers or TAs

-Resources for intervention groups

-RWI resources

-Rich reading resources for classes

 

TO ACCELARATE PROGRESS IN PHONICS SO CHILREN ARE AT AGE RELATED EXPECTATIONS

-Pre Morning Phonics Booster Groups with TA

 

            REDUCING UNDERPERFORMANCE IN MATHS

-MyMaths for homework

 

CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT

-    Drama specialists

 

TO ENSURE WELLBEING OF PARTICULAR CHILDREN

-Residential trip payments

 

Measuring the impact of PPG spending

Pupil Outcomes Summer 2017

End of Foundation Stage:

75% of pupils achieved a Good Level of Development (GLD) in 2017 compared to 79.5% of pupils in 2016

Phonics Screen Check

In the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check, 72.7% of children achieved the required standard compared to 84% of children in 2016

Key Stage 1:

95.7% of pupils achieved age related expectations (ARE) in Reading and 28.3% achieved above ARE in end of KS1 SATs (based on Teacher Assessment) compared with 93.3% ARE and 20% above ARE in 2016

84.8% of pupils achieved age related expectations (ARE) in Writing and 19.6% achieved above ARE in end of KS1 SATs (based on Teacher Assessment) compared with 80% ARE and 15.6% above ARE in 2016

87.0% of pupils achieved age related expectations (ARE) in Maths and 19.6% achieved above ARE in end of KS1 SATs (based on Teacher Assessment) compared with 88.9% ARE and 11% above ARE in 2016

82.6% of children achieved KS1 Reading, Writing & Maths combined in 2017

Key Stage 2:

70.4% of children achieved age related expectations (ARE) in Maths in the end of KS2 SATs, 13.6% achieving the higher standard compared with 65% ARE and 16% ARE in 2016.

61.3% (/ 70.4%) of children achieved age related expectations (ARE)  in Writing in the end of KS2 SATs, with 20.5% achieving the higher standard (based on Teacher Assessment) compared with 79% ARE and 7% ARE in 2016

72.7% of children achieved age related expectations (ARE)  in Reading in the end of KS2 SATs, with 29.5% achieving the higher standard compared with 72% ARE and 16% ARE in 2016

86.3% of children achieved age related expectations (ARE) in Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling in the end of KS2 SATs, 27.3% achieving the higher standard compared to 86% in 2016

45.4% (/ 54.5%) of children achieved Reading, Writing & Maths combined compared with 53% in 2016

Attendance

Pupil attendance was  96.39% in 2016 - 2017. 

Pupil Premium attendance was 94.95% in 2016 - 2017

 

PPG Results for End of Key Stage 1  ( 1 Child)

Reading

Writing

Maths

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

0 Children

0%

1 child

100%

0 Children

0%

0 Children

0%

1 child

100%

0 Children

0%

0 Children

0%

 

1 child

100%

0 Children

0%

 

PPG Results for End of Key Stage 2  ( 4 Pupils)

Reading

Writing

Maths

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Exceeding expected levels

1 Child

25%

3 children

75%

0 Children

0%

2 Children

50%

2 Children

50%

0 Children

0%

1 Child

25%

3 children

75%

0 Children

0%

 

 

 

 

 

PPG Results for Reception and Year 1 & 2 Phonics

Reception (Teacher Assessment)

Year 1 (Phonics Test)

Year 2 (Phonics re-test)

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

 

Reaching expected levels

Not reaching expected levels

Reaching expected levels

2 children

40%

 

3 children

60%

4 children + 1 absent

55.5%

4 children

44.4%

 

0 Children

0%

 

0 Children

 

0%

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Premium

PE AND SPORT GRANT - New Funding £9,305

  • Pooling funding with local Catholic Primary Schools to employ a specialist PE teacher to work alongside teachers in lessons to further develop subject knowledge in PE
  • Buying into Rochdale School Sports partnership
  • Procuring external sports coaches to further enhance curriculum provision.
  • Paying for transport, pool hire and instruction to provide additional swimming lessons for KS2 pupils.
  • Establishing partnerships with local community sports clubs
  • Participation within Middleton Primary School Sports Association
  • Provision of broad range of After School Clubs
  • Providing cover staff to release teachers for professional development in PE and Sport.
  • Purchasing specialist equipment and teaching resources.

MEASURING THE IMPACT OF PE AND SPORT GRANT

  • Standards raised in teaching and learning of PE through working with specialist PE teacher from Cardinal Langley and investment in quality CPD.
  • Significant number of KS2 children involved in Football, Netball and Swimming competitions via the Rochdale School Sports Partnership.
  • Specialist sports coaches employed by the school in Swimming.
  • Established swimming programme in place for all KS2 children (180) during the Autumn Term 2014.
  • Links with local tennis club and golf club established (May 2015)
  • Over 100 KS2 children involved in  competitive sport (Football, Swimming, Netball, Cross Country) due to the schools long established involvement in the Middleton Primary School's Sports Association.
  • Broad range of Sports based 'After School clubs' providing opportunities to develop skills in Football, Netball, Swimming and Dance. 
  • The school has had another incredibly successful competitive sporting year. The Cross Country Championship was secured in the Autumn Term 2014.  The Swimming Team are Middleton and Rochdale Champions for the seventh time.  The Football team had an extraordinary year, remaining undefeated and winning all competitions that they entered. They secured six trophies in an amazing season.

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