The Catch-up Premium gives schools additional funding to support Year 7 Pupils who do not achieve the expected standard in English or Maths at the end of Key Stage 2. For 2018 we received £2361, below are the details of how we spent our allocation this year.
|Resource||Cost||Impact (2018 – 2019)|
|Wordshark||£400||Measured in Spring Term|
|Year 7 Catch-up writing||£800||Measured in Spring Term|
|Year 7 Catch-up Maths||£1000||Measured in Spring Term|
|Wellbeing Support||£400||Measured in Spring Term|
|Booster Reading||£300||Measured in Spring Term|
In 2016-2017 Wellfield Middle School received £2278.00
|Reading Intervention – Teaching Assistant x 0.5 days.||£400|
|Red Reader Intervention||£400|
|Maths Classroom Support||£200|
|Talk for Writing Training & intervention||£400|
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.