The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives schools additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2.
Pupil Premium Catch up Expenditure 2016-17
|Pupil Achievement Resources||£4,599|
Pupil Premium Catch up Expenditure 2015-16
|Pupil Achievement Resources||£6,000|
Educational Impact – 2015/2016 cohort
81% of catch up students in English made expected progress. 42% of students made better than expected progress. This means that 73% are now Working At level 4 and above (Secondary Ready) in English.
85% of catch up students in Maths made expected progress. 55% of students made better than expected progress. This means that 90% are now Working At level 4 and above (Secondary Ready) in Mathematics.
Year 7 Catch-Up (2015-2016) English AP5 Data
Year 7 Catch-Up (2015-2016) Mathematics AP5 Data