Due to the national lockdown announced on 4th Jan, all pupils should now work from home (except vulnerable/key worker children, who should attend school as normal). All lessons will be provided by remote learning on Microsoft Teams. We ask parents and guardians to help ensure students complete this work. For more information and assistance please see our letters home dashboard.

Year 7 Catch Up Premium

Y7 Catch Up Premium 2018/2019

In 2018/2019 37 pupils were eligible for the catch up premium of £18,621.

English and Literacy

  • 95% of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 22% of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.

Maths

  • 95% of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 5% of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.

Y7 Catch Up Premium 2017/2018

In 2017/2018 45 pupils were eligible for the catch up premium of £22,345.

English and Literacy

  • 93% of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 27% of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.

Maths

  • 93% of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 48% of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.

Our average reading progress in 2018 across Year 7 was 2.5 years, Year 8 2.7 years and Year 9 3.2 years.

Y7 Catch Up Premium 2016/2017

In 2016/2017 we received funding for 47 pupils who were eligible for the catch up premium of £23,448.

However, we had 58 pupils matching the criteria in English and 50 pupils in Maths.

English and Literacy

  • 79 % of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 12 % of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.

Maths

  • 58% of pupils made at least expected progress – Acceptable progress.
  • 42 % of pupils made above expected progress – Good progress.