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Year 7 Catch-up Funding

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. 

2016-2017

In 2016-2017 Wellfield Middle School received £2278.

 

2015-2016

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.
2014-2015

In 2014-2015 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 2014/2015 we received £3000

 

 

WELLFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL Year 7 Catch-up Funding - £3000

2014/2015 Planned Expenditure

Year 7 Catch-up Resource

Cost: Salaries and resources (£)

Specific intended outcomes: how will this intervention or action improve achievement for students eligible for the Catch-up grant?

Small group support and intervention through targeted deployment of teaching assistants and learning support

£1700

Students receive regular 1:1 support from a named teaching assistant in an identified intervention i.e. Red Reader

Learning and support materials including apparatus to assist learning.

 

£400

A variety of resources to ensure any specific need is met.  For example Deines apparatus in maths

Personalised monitoring and emotional support

 

£570

Provide opportunities for pupils to reflect on their learning.

 

All aspects of intervention are tracked and progress is measured to ensure that all activities have a positive impact on learning and in turn raise standards in achievement and attainment.

 

  APS at end of Year 6 APS at end of Year 7 Gain in points
Reading 25 29 4
Mathematics 23.5 27 3.5

Expected progress is 3 points per year.  This demonstrates that these pupils have made better than expected progress in both reading and mathematics in the year following their Year 6 SAT.

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