The Literacy and Numeracy catch up funding is given to schools to support those pupils who did not attain a Level 4 in either English or Maths in the Year 6 SATs. This funding is made available to all schools with Year 7 pupils including academies, free schools and special schools.
In 2016-2017 Wellfield Middle School received £2278.
|Reading Intervention - Teaching Assistant x 0.5 days.||£400|
|Red Reader Intervention||£400|
|Maths Classroom Support||£200|
|Talk for Writing Training & intervention||
2016/17 Year 7 Catch-Up Impact
Reading - 89% of targeted students made expected progress in reading at the end of the year. The average progress score for all pupils was 6.2 (A score of 6 is expected progress) compared to the catch up group 6.3. Out of the 9 students who had not achieved expected level in their KS2 Sats a further 5 reached this level by July 2017.
Writing - 81% of students who did not reach ARE made expected progress in 2016/17. The average progress score for all pupils in writing was 6.8 (A score of 6 is expected progress) compared to the catch up group 7.1. 62% (or 10 out 16) of the targeted group have reached expected level by the end of the year.
Maths – 92% of targeted students made expected progress in maths in 2016/17. The average progress score for all pupils was 6.6 (A score of 6 is expected progress) compared to the catch up group 5.8. Maths is a key58% (7 out of 12 pupils) reached ARE level by the end of the year.
Future Provision: A member of staff will lead an intervention programme to focus on the achievement of the year 7 students below a Good Level of Development. Our Teaching and Learning ‘LEARNS’ initiative will continue this year to ensure all pupils make expected progress and achieve their potential across all areas of the curriculum.
In 2015-2016 schools received £500 for each pupil who did not attain Level 4 in Reading and/or Maths at the end of Year 6.
Allocations for Wellfield Middle School: In 2015-2016 we received £2000
|Resource||Funding Allocated||Impact of Provision|
|Teacher intervention programme 2 x 10 week sessions||£600||Three pupils did not attain the expected standard in the Year 6 SATs in 2015. By Summer 2016 two of the three pupils had made greater than expected progress during their time in year 7. One pupil is continuing to receive specific targeted support in maths.|
|In class support of specialist TA to conduct quality guided sessions during 2 maths lessons each week.||£1080||As above.|
|Small group support and intervention through targeted deployment of teaching assistants and the school's Red Reader and Inference Intervention Programmes||£480||All pupils had achieved age related expectations in Reading in Year 6 in 2015. The programme was designed to build upon the skills of those pupils at risk of falling behind in Year 7.|