Year 7 Catch Up Funding.
“The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium provides schools with an additional £500 for each Year 7 pupil who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or maths at the end of key stage 2.” Department for Education (March 2014)
Academic Year 2014/15
How much money did the school receive?
How was the money spent?
The pupil in question participated in:
- weekly Social Communication and Interactive Skills group
- weekly Emotional Awareness and Management group
- individual sessions with the Speech and Language Therapist, focusing on receptive and expressive language.
What was the impact of the spending?
Reading Progress: 8 points
Writing Progress: 6 points
Maths Progress: 4 points
(Department for Education’s expectation on annual progress: 3 points in Key Stage 2 and 4 points in Key Stage 3)
Academic Year 2015/16
How much money does the school expect to receive?
How does the school propose to spend the money?
Weekly ‘Needs Led’ sessions including:
- Social communication group
- Self management to support anger and anxiety issues
- Key vocabulary work
- Numeracy & literacy support work
- Fine motor skills