Funding Agreement & Financial Statements
The £14,222 for 2016-17 Catch Up Premium Funds is being used to provide additional support and interventions in English and maths for pupils who qualified for the funding.
Interventions include after school English and maths on Wednesdays and Thursdays with qualified Primary trained teaching staff; additional timetabled literacy and numeracy lessons (in place of MFL lessons where appropriate) - in these small groups pupils focus on skills gaps and use support programmes such as Lexia. Pupils are also withdrawn for personalised one to one support with qualified English and maths teachers.
The short term impact is that the majority of pupils make accelerated progress through KS3 and this results in attainment matching their peers. Pupils who have not made the accelerated progress required are identified and additional interventions are put in place throughout KS4.
The long term impact of these interventions is evidenced by the significant progress made by these pupils, as is shown by the significantly positive Progress 8 figure made by this group. Also, these pupils attainment surpassed the national average to once again be significantly above attainment of similar pupils nationally.
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