Year 7 Premium

Year 7 Catch-Up premium 2019 - 20

Objective:

To improve progress and attainment of students in English and/or mathematics who have not achieved above 100 in reading and/or mathematics at Key Stage 2 and thus ensure full access to the secondary curriculum

Number of students and Catch-Up Spending Received
Total number of pupils on roll 1230
Total number of pupils eligible for Catch-Up 56
Breakdown:
English: 39 Maths: 35 English and Maths: 23 Transitions: 8 Resilience: 12 SEND: 8
Total amount of Catch-Up received 18,000

English Catch-Up Intervention 2019/2020


Intervention:

Detail:

Lead by

Timescale

Intended impact & outcome:

Assessment and testing

GL tests and Tests used to further analyse and make interventions in regards to English attainment data analysis

NAK/SAH

Autumn term

Students are given specific and timely support.

Toe by Toe

Individual tuition: students receiving one to one literacy support using the Toe by Toe reading/literacy scheme.
Students enhancing literacy provision with one to one literacy – taking place during form time

HST

Morning and lunchtime sessions for targeted SEND students

Attainment and progress will be assessed at regular points in the year

SEND students are given additional literacy-focused support to minimise any knowledge gaps

Graduate Teaching Assistants

In class support: GTAs used in classrooms to support students who have been identified as needed additional literacy support. GTAs working closely with English teachers in order to enhance curriculum for targeted students and also further progression.

HST

Additional support in lessons throughout the year

GTAs working closely with English teachers in order to enhance curriculum for targeted students and also further progression as well as support with implementation of curriculum to support and stretch.

One to one support to for personalised progression.

Additional Literacy Classes: ‘Learning Champions’

Intensive small-group tuition: English trainee to lead a literacy session for targeted students.

Through weekly intervention sessions, develop the key skills required for success in Reading, Literacy, Numeracy and Oracy.
Closing the gap in attainment for underachieving/vulnerable students with a focus on Reading, Literacy, Numeracy and Oracy.

SZ (KS3 Lead) supported by RB

Wednesday lunchtimes:  ongoing

Targeted students to work in small groups to ensure that that language skills and reading are enhanced further and allow for progression in the curriculum.

Focused: English language skills, primarily. Students will be invited on a carrousel structure

Book Club/ literacy activities

Students invited by the librarian to take part in book clubs and literacy visits to local library/meet authors

FM

To take place during Friday lunchtimes in the library.

Develop social skills, relationships with peers and enhance cultural capital

Qualified Teacher in-class support

Additional teaching staff deployed into curriculum lessons to support learning of student identified.

Teaching staff

In-class support teachers supporting in class to maximise progressions

Qualified teachers working with students, allowing curriculum to be enhanced further.

Read Write Inc
Fresh Start Phonics

Intensive small-group tuition: Focussed reading and writing support using phonics as written by Ruth Miskin.

HST and inclusion team

Before school

SEND support to develop reading and proficiency in language development/oracy

Maths Catch-Up Intervention 2019/2020:


Intervention:

Detail:

Lead by

Timescale

Intended impact & outcome:

Maths Catch-Up sessions

Year 12 will support and tutor year 7's during lunchtime/afterschool. Students will make use of the year 6 transition pack on Hegarty Maths

HIL (KS3 Lead)

1 term (carousel)

Smooth transition to high school, develop confidence and peer friendships

Assessment and testing

GL tests and Tests used to further analyse and make interventions in regards to Maths attainment data analysis

NAK/SAH

To be taken by all Year 7s in Autumn term and identifying additional support for those students who need it

Students are given specific and timely  support

Baseline Tests

Baseline tests to highlight individuals that need more support. Teachers can analyse gaps in knowledge. Key students will be highlighted on maths database so teachers are aware.

HIL

Throughout the year (Maths team)

Regular assessments to ensure curriculum and planning supports learning and interventions are made to support progression

Homework specialist support

Teaching Assistant to support students with specialist homework support.

MJO

 

 

Wednesday lunchtimes:  ongoing

Transition and support to ensure progress in the curriculum

Hegarty Maths

All students will have logins to Hegarty Maths, students can watch lessons at home before doing questions. Results can be tracked over time.

Maths dept

Ongoing

Support to accompany the curriculum and ensure misconceptions are tackled

Maths Club

Maths Club: support for classwork/homework. Students take part in games that link to Maths.

HIL

Ongoing after school on a Wednesday

Support to accompany the curriculum and ensure misconceptions are tackled

In class support with SENCO & Y7 Specialist Achievement Leader

Specialist Year 7 Achievement Leader working with SENCO in a small group setting to support the progress of targeted students in Maths.

MJO/HST Inclusion Team

Before school interventions, throughout the year.

Students are given specific and timely support.

In class support with Maths teacher & Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant working with Maths Teacher in a small group setting to support the progress of targeted students in Maths.

Maths Team/TAs

Ongoing throughout the year

Students are given specific and timely support.

Non-subject Specific Intervention 2019/20:


Intervention:

Detail:

Led by:

Timescale

Intended impact & outcome:

Parental Ambassadors

Outreach support for hard to reach parents aimed at enhancing links between home and school and for these parents to get a better understanding of the curriculum and active ways to support their daughter at home.

DF and EAL team

Throughout the year

To ensure parents engage with school and support their daughter’s academic and emotional development

Transition Support
Club

Specialist Y7 Achievement Leader working with students in regards to all aspects of transition.

MJo

Transition support from the autumn term

Smooth transition to high school, develop confidence and peer friendships

Resilience Club 

Target vulnerable students who may be at risk of struggling with transition from primary school/underachieving due to low confidence. Challenging students to develop a sense of self-worth, belonging, resilience and determination. 

CBA

Autumn term: students working on skills which will ensure smooth transition to secondary school and develop resilience

Smooth transition to high school, develop confidence and peer friendships


Total Costs:

 

Assessment and testing (Maths and English) £2000
Toe by Toe £500
Parent Ambassadors

 

£1000
Graduate Teaching Assistants £2000
Additional Literacy/Numeracy Classes Funded by school
Hegarty Maths Funded by school
Specialist Achievement Leader Y7 £6000
Co-Teaching £6000
Read Write Inc/Fresh Start Phonics £500
Total: 18,000

Please download the Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium 2018-19 below.  

 Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium 2018-19