Year 7 Catch Up Premium

/Year 7 Catch Up Premium
Year 7 Catch Up Premium 2019-01-16T08:49:26+00:00

Year 7 Catch-Up Premium

Schools receive an additional £500 for each pupil in year 7 who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading and/or maths at the end of KS2.

Funding Allocation 2018/19 – £11,000 (expected)

Planned Expenditure:

 
Resource Amount Description Intended Impact
Lexia £2000

School annual License and staff training.

Lexia Reading Core5 provides explicit, systematic, personalized learning in the six areas of reading instruction, and delivers norm-referenced performance data and analysis without interrupting the flow of teaching to administer a test. This research-proven, technology-based approach accelerates reading skills development, predicts students’ year-end performance and provides teachers data-driven action plans to help differentiate teaching.

To secure accelerated progress from starting points and average gains in students reading scores of over 1 year 6 months.
Sound Training for Reading £6000

School annual License and staff training.

Sound Training for Reading (STFR) is an intensive programme for pupils in mainstream classes who are underperforming due to low literacy skills and weak vocabulary knowledge. Impacts on reading comprehension abilities by focussing equally on decoding skills and vocabulary development. Programme is taught in 1 hour weekly sessions over 6 weeks.

To secure accelerated progress from starting points and average gains in students reading scores of over 6 months in 6 weeks
Small Group Work £1000 One hour a week on the Lifeboat programme; a series of ten books endorsed by the Dyslexia Association. Students engage with ‘lessons’ at a level appropriate to their phonics competency. To secure accelerated progress from starting points and average gains in students reading scores of over 1 year 6 months
One to One Tutoring £1500 One hour a week 121 literacy support using a range of resources including Toe by Toe and Lexia. To secure accelerated progress from starting points and average gains in students reading scores of over 1 year 6 months
Toe by Toe Resource £50 Toe By Toe is a small red book designed for anyone who finds reading difficult. This includes weak readers who struggle to decode or those with dyslexic difficulties. SEN logs will signal steps achieved which contribute to increased reading age and fluency.
Rewards and Recognition £350 Students securing a level 4 in either Maths or English are rewarded with a cinema voucher. Cinema voucher is to   for double value if level 4 is secured in both. Those not securing level 4 but engaging positively to be rewarded for effort. Encourage engagement and instil a sense of pride for achievements
Stationery £100 Folders, photocopying etc Students have a sense of pride and learn transferrable skills of personal organisation etc storing work

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