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St Peter's School

Year 7 Catch Up Premium

The Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium is allocated to all Year 7 students who did not achieve at least a Level 4 in reading and/or mathematics at Key Stage 2.  A maximum of £500 for each student who has not achieved at least a Level 4 in reading and/or mathematics has been allocated.

Funding received

2014-2015 £26,500
2015-2016 £27,500

Students in Year 7 are making progress against expectations (as compared to the proportion of students making the nationally expected levels of progress in RASIE 2015)

 

Resource

Activity / Impact

Cost £

Primary School Teacher

Teaching Low Level (sub Level 2) Literacy and numeracy.

Preparing schemes of work and resources.

Training and observations.

Evaluation and adaptation of resources.

Approx. £14,000

Level 4 Teaching Assistants

Teaching Literacy and numeracy.

Preparing schemes of work and resources.

Training and observations.

Evaluation and adaptation of resources.

£12,000

Resources

New curriculum resources for numeracy

£1000

Resources

Materials and photocopying

£500

 

2015-16 Funding

Final allocations have not yet been released, but based on previous years, the school will expect around £27,500 for catch-up premium.  44 students have been identified initially from the English and Maths Key Stage 2 data.

Funding Intentions


2015/16 Year 7 Catch-up Intervention Proposal for Sub-level 4 Pupils


Intentions

Students have been identified and assessed at the beginning of Year 7.  This has enabled the gaps in prior learning and understanding.  Using the Key Stage 2 SATs results students have been grouped according to level of ability in all aspects of English and Mathematics.

Students receive 2 additional hours of Maths and 2 additional hours of English.  Students will continue to attend timetabled English and Mathematics lessons.  Students are set in these subjects.

English intervention will focus not just on reading, but also on spelling and extended writing.  Mathematics development will link with the new curriculum but also ‘mental’ maths skills.

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