YEAR 7 CATCH-UP PREMIUM

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.

Y7 Catch Up Premium 2015/2016
The projected amount of funding for 2015/2016 was £28,000

The cohort was made up from:

Literacy ONLY – 9 pupils
Numeracy ONLY – 8 pupils
BOTH literacy and numeracy – 39 pupils

Impact of Spending 2015 – 16
We have measured the progress of all students at the end of each half term. Our analysis indicates that the impact of the catch-up funding for those pupils who were taught throughout Y7 is positive.

Progress made in Numeracy (%)

  • Above Expected Progress for Y7 – 66%
  • Expected Progress for Y7 – 34%

Progress made in Literacy(%)

  • Above Expected Progress for Y7 – 90%
  • Expected Progress for Y7 – 10%