Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium

 

Catch-Up Premium

The Department for Education (DfE) allocates additional funding to state funded schools to support Year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading or maths at the end of Key Stage 2 (KS).

 

How much catch-up premium allocation was received for the current academic year?

This academic year, the school expects to receive £13,000. In the academic year, 2017-2018, Alec Hunter received £15,000 of catch-up premium.

 

This school’s plan for spending the allocation

These funds will be spent on additional timetabled literacy and numeracy groups for students who did not achieve the expected standard in reading and numeracy by the end of Year 6. English and maths tuition will also be provided for these students.

 

How the previous year’s allocation was spent

Last year, funds were spent on additional timetabled literacy and numeracy groups for students who did not achieve the expected standard in reading by the end of year 6. English and maths tuition was also be provided for students who did not achieve expected standards in reading and maths by the end of Year 6.

 

How the spending made a difference to the pupils who attracted the premium

Students who received additional support for reading made an average gain of 0.7 GCSE grades of progress last academic year. Students who received additional support for maths made an average gain of 0.1 grades of progress last academic year.

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