Year 7 Catch up Analysis

Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium

 

Catch-Up Students 2016-17

 

Definition: Catch-Up pupils were identified as those who were NS or 'not achieving the standard' as set by DfE, in 2 of the formally assessed skill sets (GVPS, reading or maths).

Income: £10,577. Spent on additional staffing (£8299) and educational resources (£2279)

 

Catch-up budget spent 2016-17

Salary Costs (AB and HLTAs) £8299
Everybody Learns workbooks £640.00(phonics reading for understanding, GPS
Sumdog licence  £150.00 ( Online maths quizzes and tutorials)
Reading books £196.00 (for class readers)
Calculators  £100.00 (for numeracy work)
Secondary Language Builders £26.00 (teacher reasources)
Times table books and teachers stamps  £24.00 (use in lessons)
Stationery; exercise book, pens, etc £243.00 (across lessons)
Photocopying  £600.00 (for teacher resources)
Admin expenses £200.00 (letters home admin time)
  £10,577

 

Objectives in spending catch-up premium

Increase the proportion of students achieving the expected standard or above in Reading (English) and/or Maths of those students who came into the Academy with low prior attainment (less than 100 in the Key Stage 2 SATs test) by the end of Year 7
Accelerate rates of progress in Reading (English) and/ or Maths for those students who came into the Academy with low prior attainment (less than 100 in the Key Stage 2 SATs test) by the end of Year 7.

Close the gap in reading ages between students who came into the Academy with low reading levels (less than 100 in the Key Stage 2 SATs test) at the end of Key Stage 2 and the rest of the cohort in the Academy and nationally

 

Actions

 

  1. Students were monitored through school intervention tracker with all relevant re-test data and intervention logged.
  2. HLTAs were appointed to work alongside our SENCo to focus on the nurture and development of literacy and numeracy skills.
  3. An intervention timetable was integrated into our Foundation Learning programme, alongside History, Geography, RE and PSHCE being delivered in small groups to identified pupils. Literacy/numeracy, speech/language needs and social/emotional support are also embedded into our Foundation Learning programme.
  4. Schemes of work were planned in consultation with specialist subjects staff, who guide and support on mainstream resources that are being used by Y7, which can be adapted for the Foundation Learning groups: regular meetings take place throughout the school year for planning, reviewing progress and prep for Y8 transition into mainstream larger classes.

 

Outcomes

Cohort Student Number Percentage meeting target
Co2021 Catch-uo 47/66 71.2%
Pupil Premium 17/24 70.8%
Boys 25/35 71.4%
Girls 22/31 70.9%
WBR 29/38 76.3%
APKN 15/23 65.2%
AIND 3/3 100%
English 44//57 77.1%
Maths 8/27 29.6%

 

Catch-Up Students 2017-18

Students will continue to be monitored through the school intervention tracker with all relevant re-test data and intervention logged.

HLTA’s will continue to work alongside our SENCo to focus on the development of literacy and numeracy skills.

Everybody Learns Phonics programme will continue to boost reading ages.

We will introduce adult readers to focus on literacy development during registration sessions in small groups and one to one, for students identified as having lower reading ability. (SATS Reading and entry tests for reading and spelling).

We have identified weaker comprehension skills (through Proficiency in English assessment) which are limiting reading levels with our EAL students and this has resulted in lower outcomes. We will focus on this group through intervention work and the use of adult readers.

Lower school Hegarty Maths programme used to raise numeracy levels across Y7.

Accelerated Reader programme to improve comprehension and reading age delivered through curriculum time.

2017-18 Catch-up allocation £10,894

 

 

 

 

 

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