Pupil Premium

How does Moorpark use the Pupil Premium? 

Extra adult learning support. 

Curriculum enrichment : educational visits and experiences 

Increased home school support. 

Pupil premium 2014 – 2015

£139,100 (£1,300 per pupil) 

·         Extra adult support in all classes

·         Targeted intervention – better reading programme, beanstalk reading, mathsand writing tuition.

·         Education visits and experiences – half termly topic related visits, Stanley Head residential for Year 6, theatre production companies, dance and cultural workshops.

·         Extra-curricular enrichment activities – guitar club, choir club, art club, home learning club, gardening club, cookery club, science club, rock climbing club.

·         Welfare support

 

Please click here to see our table of costs for pupil premium for 2015 - 2016 below

 

Pupil premium 2013 – 2014

£88,200 (£900 per pupil)

In 2013 – 2014 Moorpark has closed the gap between children eligible for pupil premium and all other children in terms of attainment and progress. Through specific intervention and early support for reading, spelling, writing and maths the children are increasingly in line with their peers.

Through subsidising educational visits, every child has benefited from a variety of learning through real life experiences that have inspired quality writing and further study.

Attendance at after school clubs has increased and the children have had opportunity to experience different skills.

We intend to build on this success through the continuation of all of the above and we intend to increase the variety of extra-curricular activity in the following year.

 

Pupil premium 2012 – 2013

£58,860 (£600 per pupil)

 

 

 

How does Moorpark use the Pupil Premium? 

Extra adult learning support. 

Curriculum enrichment : educational visits and experiences 

Increased home school support. 

Pupil premium 2014 – 2015

£139,100 (£1,300 per pupil) 

·         Extra adult support in all classes

·         Targeted intervention – better reading programme, beanstalk reading, mathsand writing tuition.

·         Education visits and experiences – half termly topic related visits, Stanley Head residential for Year 6, theatre production companies, dance and cultural workshops.

·         Extra-curricular enrichment activities – guitar club, choir club, art club, home learning club, gardening club, cookery club, science club, rock climbing club.

·         Welfare support

 

Please click here to see our table of costs for pupil premium for 2015 - 2016 below

 

Pupil premium 2013 – 2014

£88,200 (£900 per pupil)

In 2013 – 2014 Moorpark has closed the gap between children eligible for pupil premium and all other children in terms of attainment and progress. Through specific intervention and early support for reading, spelling, writing and maths the children are increasingly in line with their peers.

Through subsidising educational visits, every child has benefited from a variety of learning through real life experiences that have inspired quality writing and further study.

Attendance at after school clubs has increased and the children have had opportunity to experience different skills.

We intend to build on this success through the continuation of all of the above and we intend to increase the variety of extra-curricular activity in the following year.

 

Pupil premium 2012 – 2013

£58,860 (£600 per pupil)

 

 

 

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Children to be in school for 9:00. Anticipated arrival back by the end of the school day, 3:10 pm
Children to be in school for 9:00. Anticipated arrival back by the end of the school day, 3:10 pm

Address

Headteacher:- Mrs Karen Peters,

Park Road, Burslem,

Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 1EL

Tel:- 01782 234440, email:- moorpark@moorparkjunior.co.uk

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