The AcademyCatch Up Premium

Catch Up Premium 2014 - 2015

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. Easington Academy was allocated £13,500 for 2014/2015

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Amount of Year 7 Catch  Up Funding Received

 

  •   Number of children who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or mathematics at Key Stage 2

27

  •   Year 7 Catch Up Funding Allocation

£500

Total Year 7 Catch Up  Funding Grant( number of children x £500)

£13,500

 Objectives:

  • To narrow the gap by providing intensive literacy and numeracy support and raise the attainment of those students entitled to Catch Up Premium
  • To raise self -esteem and aspirations of students entitled to the Catch – Up Premium
  • To identify concerns and target intervention and support to accelerate progress

These funds were used to target additional support strategies.

Small group classes

Additional LSA support

Homework clubs

Increased capacity in English and Mathematics

1-1 Reading e.g. Toe by Toe reading programme

1-1 Numeracy e.g Plus One numeracy programme

E – learning Nessy spelling programme

1-1 Phonics programme –Lexia

Impact

The overall picture July 2015:

For the number of students eligible for the Catch Up premium in English 85% made progress by at least 2 sub levels. 71.4% of those pupils made progress of 3 or more sub levels.

In Maths 57% of students made 2 or more sublevels of progress  whereas 21.4% made 3 or more sub levels of progress

 

Catch Up Premium 2015-16

 

Amount of Year 7 Catch Up Funding Received

 

  • ·         Year 7 Catch Up Funding Allocation

£500

Total Year 7 Catch Up Funding Grant( number of children x £500)

£9,500

 

Objectives:

  • To narrow the gap by providing intensive literacy and numeracy support and raise the attainment of those students entitles to Catch Up Premium

  • To raise self -esteem and aspirations of students entitled to the Catch – Up Premium

  • To identify concerns and target intervention and support to accelerate progress

Easington Academy was allocated £9,500 2015/2016.These funds were used to target additional support strategies.

Small group classes

Additional LSA support

Homework clubs

Increased capacity in English and Mathematics

1-1 Reading e.g. Toe by Toe reading programme

1-1 Numeracy e.g Plus One numeracy programme

E – learning Nessy spelling programme

1-1 Phonics programme –Lexia