Data from RAISE and the Data Dashboard shows that while there is no real difference between the performance of disadvantaged children and thier peers in writing, they did less well overall in reading and mathematics. Improvement in these areas is the central focus of our Pupil Premium Strategy 2016 - 17. 

We received £180000 which we spent on the following areas to achieve the results below:

  • Additional Teaching Assistant, HLTA and Teaching hours to work with identified children in order to close the attainment and achievement gap of these children and their peers.
  • Inclusion Manager to track progress made by children receiving 'Ever 6 FSM' and to plan intervention strategies.
  • Enrichment activites, including visits and visitors to school
  • Increased Learning mentor support
  • Pupil Welfare support for attendance
  • Targeted small group intervention in writing and maths across KS1 and 2
  • Specific targeted reading support within Key Stage 2
  • Additional support for children in developing reselience in written calculation in maths

Pupil Premium Results for KS2 2016 - 17

Progress

Moor Park Disadvantaged

National nonDisadvantaged

Reading

2.2

0.3

Writing

-0.1

0.2

Maths

0.4

0.3

 

 

Attainment

Avg Scale Score

 

MP

Nat

MP

Nat

Reading

75%

76.7%

104.2

105.3

Writing

80%

81%

 

 

Maths

75%

80%

103.3

105.3

Comparing Moor Park Disadvantaged with National nonDisadvantaged at Expected Standard

 

Pupil Premium Spending for 2017 - 18 Based on Needs Analysis

 

This draft document indicates the main barriers we have identified we identified in 2017-18 and this document contains a summary evaluation for 2016-17. 

 

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