Pupil Premium Allocation
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Year 7 Catch-up Premium
The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives schools additional funding to support year 7 students who have not achieved at least a level 4 in reading (English) and/or maths at the end of Key Stage 2. The funding aims to provide support to accelerate the learning of identified students, enabling them to narrow the gap between their performance and that of their peers.
In March 2016, the school was allocated a total of £15,289 for our students who had not reached level 4 in English or maths.
The school will spend this allocation on supporting students through the foundation group programme. Students are individually assessed and given intensive one-to-one and small group tuition. Using our catch-up and study group programmes, students are supported to increase their levels and are able to access the mainstream curriculum more effectively.
Students are also supported through the Reading Leaders Programme, TA led lunchtime / after school sessions and our ‘Nobel Extra’ holiday catch-up programme.
The school regularly monitors the progress of these students.
Current data shows that the expected progress that these students will make by the end of the year will be between 4 months and 3 ½ years.
Support will remain in place for these students as they enter year 8 to ensure they continue to make good progress.