What is Pupil Premium?

The school is allocated Pupil Premium money for all children who are currently eligible for free school meals, have been eligible at some time during the past six years, are children of service personnel or are looked after children.

 

What is the school required to publish?

The school is required to show the amount of pupils eligible for funding and the amount we receive as a consequence of this. We also have to show how we intend to spend the money and the impact of the actions upon the children in receipt of funding.  In addition, from September 2016, schools are required to publish a Pupil Premium Strategy report.

 

How we present the information.

We present several pieces of information for your consideration:

  • the amount of funding and numbers of pupils
  • the way we intend to spend the funding
  • the impact of the funding
  • links to specific pieces of work undertaken

 

 

Mosborough Primary School Pupil Premium Spending Plan 2015/16

 

 

Currently receiving free school meals

Pupil Premium

(Children who been eligible for free school meals at some point during the last 6 years)

Number of children

26

53

%

6.73%

13.73%

This year, Mosborough School received £70,380 for Pupil Premium.

How have we spent our Pupil Premium?

Administrative staff: Attendance and Punctuality

£3,000

Interventions: Fischer Family Trust 2 x 0.5

£14,000

Family Liaison Leader

£18,750

Interventions: 1st Class at Counting KS1 and 1st Class at Number KS2   0.4 Learning Support

£5,600

Theraplay Y2 Learning Support 0.2 Learning Support

£2,800

Breakfast Club funded places

£3,870

Reading: Bug Club whole school on-line learning

£1,200

NESSY: Online reading and spelling targeted program

£300

0.6 teacher to accelerate Maths and English progress (Spring Term 2016)

£5,190

Professional Development: Maths and English subject knowledge

£2,500

Noodle Dance Funded Places

£500

Lunchtime Pastoral Care

£1,000

Transport to KS1 Multi-Skills (December)

£85

School Funded Trip Subsidy

£500

Transport to Network Games

£485

Contribution towards whole school iPad purchase (30)

£10,960

KS1 Lunchtime Play Project (Staff Training x 2 sessions)

£50

KS1 Lunchtime Play Project (Trophy)

£10

What impact did Pupil Premium funding have last year at Mosborough School (2014-2015)?

 

Pupil Premium pupils

Non Pupil Premium pupils

School

School

Progress

 

% of children making 2 levels progress

Reading

100%

98%

Writing

33%

100%

Maths

67%

96%

Attainment

 

Children achieving Level 4 and above

Reading

100%

98%

Writing

67%

100%

Maths

67%

96%

 Mosborough Primary School Pupil Premium Spending Plan for 2014/15

 

 

Currently receiving free school meals

 

Pupil Premium

 (Children who been eligible for free school meals at some point during the last 6 years)

Number of children

 

24

46

%

6.5%

12.6%

This year, Mosborough School received £55,900 for Pupil Premium.

How have we spent our Pupil Premium?

 

Achievement for All

£4,200

Achievement for All- Structured Conversations Learning Support Cover

£1,000

Administrative staff: Attendance and Punctuality

£3,000

Interventions: Fischer Family Trust 2 x 0.5

£14,000

Family Liaison Leader

£15,000

Interventions: 1st Class at Counting KS1 and 1st Class at Number KS2   0.4 Learning Support

£5,600

Theraplay Y2 Learning Support 0.1 Learning Support

£1,400

Breakfast Club funded places

£2,000

Reading: Bug Club whole school on-line learning

£600

Education City whole school on-line learning 

£600

0.2 teacher to accelerate Maths and English progress 

£6,000

Professional Development: Maths and English subject knowledge 

£1,000

Gardening After school club

£500

Lunchtime Home Learning Clubs

£1,000

What impact did Pupil Premium funding have last year at Mosborough School (2013-2014)?

 

Pupil Premium pupils

 

Non Pupil Premium pupils

 

School

 

National

 

School

 

National

 

Progress

 

 

% of children making expected progress

 

Reading

 

86%

 

84%

 

97%

 

89%

 

Writing

 

86%

 

89%

 

100%

 

93%

 

Maths

 

71%

 

84%

 

97%

 

90%

 

Attainment

 

 

Children achieving Level 4 and above

 

English

 

57%

 

76%

 

87%

 

88%

 

Maths

 

71%

 

77%

 

97%

 

88%

 

 

Mosborough Primary School Pupil Premium spending for 2013-2014

 

 

Currently receiving free school meals

 

Pupil Premium (Children who been eligible for free school meals at some point during the last 6 years)

 

Number of children

 

30

 

43

 

%

 

8.5%

 

12%

 

This year, Mosborough School received £31,500 for Pupil Premium.

How have we spent our Pupil Premium?

0.2 Learning Support in Foundation Stage to support vulnerable groups.

0.5 Learning Support to accelerate progress in Y1 and provide ELS intervention

3 x 0.5 Learning Support for Fischer Family Trust intervention in Y1/2

0.2 Learning Support for 1st Class at Counting Intervention in Y1

0.2 Learning Support for 1st Class at Number Intervention in Y3/4

0.2 Teacher  for 1:1 tuition to accelerate progress in Y3 and Y4

0.1 Teacher for Y6 small group support

0.3 Learning Support in Y5 to accelerate progress

0.1 Teacher to support and accelerate reading progress in Y6

Learning Support Staff training English and Maths subject knowledge

Numicon Maths Resources to support Maths teaching and learning across school

Vocabulary Improvement Programme resources

0.1 Level 3 Learning Support to provide AfA Structured Conversations cover

AfA staff training to develop coaching, structured conversations

0.3 Learning Support to deliver AfA intervention support for pupil premium children

0.2 Family Liaison leader to support Pupil Premium children and families

Funded Breakfast Club places for vulnerable pupil premium children.

Funded wider opportunities places for vulnerable pupil premium children

What impact did the funding for pupil premium have in 2012-2013?

 

 

Disadvantaged Pupils 

 

making expected progress

 

Other Pupils

 

making expected progress

 

Expected Progress in English at end of KS2

 100%

 92%

 

Expected Progress in Maths at end of KS2

 83%

 

 84%

 

Attainment in English

Pupils achieving L4 and above at end of KS2

 100%

 

 95%

 

 

Attainment in Maths

Pupils achieving L4 and above at end of KS2

 83%

 

 89%