Year 7 catch-up funding

Catch up Funding

National Context: The DFE provides additional funding to schools for each Year 7 student who has not achieved a scale score of 100 in reading and/or maths at Key Stage 2. This funding is not ring-fenced, however there is an expectation that students are given the support required to ensure they are ‘more likely to succeed at secondary school’.

At Ormiston Sudbury Academy: ‘Catch-Up’ Funding 2018-19 = £21,726. There were 142 students who did not achieve the Expected Standard in KS2 disciplines and are eligible for Catch-up Funding.

 

Area Provision Cost Impact
Literacy Literacy:

OASIS (Literacy): 17 students receive specific bespoke intervention outside of the normal English lessons. Students seen once per week.

Specific and bespoke Schemes of Learning (SOL) undertaken to deliver necessary skills to students. SoW are written by SENCo focusing specifically upon skills of reading comprehension, Spelling Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG) and independent writing.

£4000 Staffing  
All Year 7 and 8 students receive a timetabled library lesson with guided reading organised, with Accelerated Reader.

Lucid Exact Programme is used to diagnose need.

£664

 

 

English:

3 lessons (75 minutes per lesson) per week directly supported by Teaching Assistants (TAs) across all English Year 7 classes.

TAs target students below the expected standard at KS2 within these classes.

Students involved in Accelerated Reading scheme.

£4000 staffing
Numeracy Numeracy:

OASIS (Maths): 15 students receive specific bespoke intervention outside of the normal Maths lessons. Students seen once a week.

Specific and bespoke SoW undertaken to deliver necessary skills to students.

£4000 staffing
Maths:

3 lessons (75 minutes per lesson) per week directly supported by Teaching Assistants. TA support within each of the lowest ability sets for Maths. Classes supported by specialist Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) in both year halves.

£4000 staffing
Transition Resources Summer School + Numeracy and Literacy materials were supplied to Year 7 students for the summer holidays. The bags were individualised the items purchased included: fiction novel, book magazines; various stationery items. £2000