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Ofsted Report

Our latest and previous Ofsted Reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website.

Alternatively, you can download our 2015 Ofsted Report if you prefer.

Pupil Premium

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, funding which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address some of the underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers. The funding is aimed to tackle disadvantage and to reach the children who need it most.

New measures have been included in performance tables of results that capture the achievement of pupils eligible for free school meals and therefore covered by the Pupil Premium. From September 2012, schools are required to publish through their website information about how the premium has been used.

Pupil Premium 2014/15 - £153,400

The Governors have agreed to the proposed spending of the Pupil Premium funding this year;

  • PSA and Attendance Officer
  • EAL Learning Assistant
  • SMSA Reading
  • MIND services for one afternoon per week
  • Achievement for all (AfA) - £600
  • 2 x Teaching Assistants to ensure TA in every class with Pupil Premium Performance Management
  • Breakfast Club for all Pupil Premium targeted children
  • £1000 maths resources
  • £1000 literacy resources
  • Read Write Inc Resources for Y5 and Y6
  • Extra curricular opportunities. At Meadow View we pride ourselves on the extra curricular opportunities that children have access to. We target Pupil Premium children who would benefit for extra curricular experiences and subsidise costs for after school clubs and visits.
  • Supplement of residential for PP children

Meadow View Primary Pupil Premium - allocation and expenditure :

Pupil Premium 2016/2017 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium 2015/2016 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium 2014/2015 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium 2013/2014 (.pdf download)

Pupil Premium 2012/2013 (.pdf download)

Primary School Sports Funding

Our use of the Primary School Sports Funding:

Primary School Sports Funding 2016/2017 (.pdf download)

Primary School Sports Funding 2015/2016 (.pdf download)

PE & Sport Premium 2014/2015 (.pdf download)

Meadow View Primary School 2016 Results Data

EYFS 2016 - National 66%

How many children got a Good Level of Development? 24 out of 31 so 77.4%

How many children were with us all the way through F2 and got GLD? 23 out of 27 children so 85.2%

How many Pupil Premium got GLD? 6 out of 7 children so 86%

How many PP children were with us all the way through F2 and got GLD? 6 out of 7 children so 86%

Y1 Phonics 2016 - National 80.6%

How many children in Y1? 38

How many children passed? 30 out of 38 so 79%

(2 new children started May 2016. If they had not started then 30/36 83.3%)

How many children were with us all the way through F2 and Y1 and passed Y1 phonics test? 27/33 82%.

How many PP children achieved 32+? 11/13 so 85%

KS1 2016

How many children in Y2? 35: How many children throughout MVP? 22

  Reading Writing Maths
  EXP GD EXP GD EXP GD
NATIONAL 2016 74% 23.6% 65.5% 13.3% 72% 17.8%
Number of Children and % - ALL
35 chn (+1 child who started May 16)
24/35
69% (67%)
5/35
17% (14%)
21/35
60% (58%)
3/35
9% (8%)
25/35
71% (69%)
6/35
18% (17%)
Number of Children and % - Present in F2, Y1 and Y2
23 chn
18/23
78%
  16/23
70%
  18/23
78%
 
Pupil Premium Number and % - ALL
22 chn
15/22
69%
  14/22
64%
  17/22
78%
 
Pupil Premium Number and % - Present in F2, Y1 and Y2
12 chn
10/12
83%
  10/12
83%
  11/12
92%
 


This year we have worked on ensuring that the planning, feedback and assessment has enabled children to meet the new KS1 assessment thresholds. These have been much higher than previous years with different weighting on foci. We were moderated in May 2016 and KS1 reading and mathematics were seen as a great strength of the school. Writing composition was strong but we will need to further work on supporting children with Fine Motor Skills to enable them to produce handwriting to meet expected and spelling strategies. Overall, 12 new children joined us mid-key stage which affected data.

KS2 Teacher Assessments

How many children in Y6? 38: How many children throughout MVP? 22

  Reading Writing Maths Combined
  EXP EXP GD EXP  
NATIONAL 2016 80% 74.9% 15.3% 78.7% 69.1%
Number of Children and % - ALL
38 chn
29/38
76.3%
29/38
76.3%
4/38
10.5%
28/38
73.7%
28/38
73.7%
Number of Children and % - Present in throughout KS2
22 chn
19/22
86%
19/22
86%
  18/22
82%
18/22
82%
Pupil Premium Number and % - ALL
21 chn
13/21
62%
13/21
62%
  12/21
58%
12/21
58%
Pupil Premium Number and % - Present in KS2
8 chn
6/8
75%
6/8
75%
  5/8
63%
5/8
63%

KS2 SATs Test Results 2016

How many children in Y6? 38: How many children throughout MVP? 20

  Reading Writing Maths SPAG Combined
  EXP EXP EXP EXP  
NATIONAL 2016 66% 74% 70% 72% 53%
Number of Children and % - ALL
38 chn
 
8 chn did sit test due to high level needs
16/38
42%
 
16/30
53%
29/38
76%
 
29/30
97%
23/38
61%
 
23/30
77%
22/38
58%
 
22/30
73%
16/38
42%
 
15/30
57%
Number of Children and % - Present in throughout KS2
22 chn
8/22
36%
19/22
86%
14/22
64%
13/22
59%
18/22
36%
Pupil Premium Number and % - ALL
21 chn
8/21
38%
13/21
62%
10/21
47%
11/21
52%
8/21
38%

KS2 Progress 2016

How many children in Y6? 38 How many MVP children present throughout KS2? 22

  Reading Writing Maths
  % Prog. score Avg prog. score % Prog. score Avg prog. score % Prog. score Avg prog. score
NATIONAL 2016 50.1% -0.1 55.1% -0.1 50.4% -0.1
Number of Children and % - Progress measure children all
39 chn
31.0% -1.8 70.6% +0.9 56.7% +0.7
Number of Children and % - Present in throughout KS2
29 chn
15/29
52%
  28/29
97%
  22/29
76%
 


The 2016 Reading test was certainly a challenging test and many of our children found the test overwhelming due to the amount of text to read and number of higher order questions. As a school we have reflected on this and have put many strategies in place to support this year's Y6s to be better prepared for the more challenging tests.

Performance Data (GOV.UK)

Performance Data for Meadow View Primary School can also be viewed on the GOV.UK website.