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Year 7 Catch-Up Funding

1 How much year 7 catch-up premium did you receive for this academic year 2016-2017?

For 2016-2017, St George's funding will be recorded by March 2017 to support students with low prior attainment at KS2


2 How do you intend to spend the funding?

  • Investment in staffing to allow for smaller sets for lower ability students.
  • Development of the Reading for Fun scheme
  • Individual pupil assessment in Year 7 for literacy
  • Catch up reading programme during tutor time
  • Reading club
  • Homework club
  • Small group intervention
  • Assessment to measure progress and the impact of funding. In September, pupils in Yr 7 are tested using the Access Reading. This then happens again in the following March to measure the impact.

3 How did you spend your year 7 catch-up premium last academic year?
For 2015-2016, St George received £6,500 for supporting students with low prior attainment at Key Stage 2. The funding was spent as above and we are building on it this year.


4 How did it make a difference to the attainment of the pupils who attract the funding?
The attainment for 2015-2016 is shown below. Impact for 2017-17 funding will be evident at the end of the academic year.

 

 

% SEN students on or above target

% Low ability students on or above target

% SEN on or above target % low ability students on or above target

December 2015

April 2016

December 2015

April
2016

April 2017 July 2017 April 2017

July 2017

English

59

82

62

79

       

Maths

67

100

38

89

       

Please note that due to new life without levels assessment framework, from September 2017 we will be measuring progress from the spring term to the summer term

Please see the Reading for Fun update