Year 7 Catch-up Premium Grant

Year 7 Catch-up Premium Grant 2016-2017

The Year 7 Catch-up Premium Grant allocation for the current (and previous) academic year.

The Department for Education has allocated £500 per student for the number of Year 7 students who did not achieve at least a level 4 in Reading and/or Mathematics at Key Stage 2.

In 2015-2016 the allocation of funds for this purpose to Bede Academy was £14,500 (29 students)

In 2016-2017 the allocation of funds for this purpose to Bede Academy was £19,500 (39 students).

Planned expenditure of the Year 7 Catch-up Premium Grant

Expenditure of previous years’ Year 7 Catch-up Premium Grant

Impact of Interventions 2015-16

There were 33 students in Year 7 who began below level 4 in either English or Mathematics. The table below shows the cumulative proportion of students achieving each sub level by end of Year 7.

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The progress of the low attainers is above national for both English and mathematics.

91% of all the students who started below level 4 in English are making expected progress across year 7 from their respective starting points, with 18% making more than expected progress.

There are 12 students (30%) who continue to work below level 4 (80% of these students have made at least expected progress). 7 of these students have identified special educational needs [K1, K2, K3 & Statement] (88% of these students have made at least expected progress). The other 5 students each receive personalised literacy intervention, including Individualised Learning lessons which extends English provision for these students.

79% of all the students who started below level 4 in mathematics are making expected progress from their respective starting points, with 27% making more than expected progress.

There are 12 (36%) student who continue to work below level 4 (58% of these students have made at least expected progress). 8 of these students have identified special educational needs [K1, K2, K3 & Statement] (63% of these students have made at least expected progress). The other 4 students each receive personalised mathematics intervention, including additional lunchtime lessons twice per week.