The Greneway Middle School

The Greneway Middle School

Garden Walk, Royston, Herts. SG8 7JF
Telephone: 01763 243650  (School Receptionists, Mrs N Bedford/Mrs N Johnson)   Email: admin.greneway@rsat.org.uk

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Year 7 Catch Up Premium Funding

Year 7 Catch Up Premium is provided by the Government to support Year 7 pupils who did not achieve a Level 4 or expected standard in the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum tests in Reading and/or Mathematics. Greneway uses this funding to enhance and support the learning for specifically identified pupils. Each child is assessed regularly to determine the correct provision and to adjust or amend that provision as circumstances evolve.

 

Areas of expenditure

  • One to one tuition in the core subjects to further pupil progress eg individual reading sessions, support with writing tasks including spelling, punctuation and grammar, personalised programme following discussions with pupils and their perceptions/concerns about weaknesses, basic arithmetic consolidation.
  • Additional teaching/support provided by The Additional Needs team.
  • ‘Study Support After-School Programme’ to support pupils with OSL
  • Contribution to software packages and use of Chrome to support learning both in school and home based support ~ My Maths, Manga High and Spellodrome.
  • Preferential staffing in Mathematics by organising smaller classes.
  • Promoting CRISP Mindset strategies to support pupils’ self esteem and independence.
  • Involvement in county based Mathematics project to support higher attainment for all pupils.

Year

Funding

2015 - 2016

£10,000

2016 -2017

£8,000 (projected)

At the end of Key Stage 2 SATs 2015, pupils not reaching Level 4+ in Reading and Maths were as follows:

Reading only 6
Mathematics only 11
Both Reading and Mathematics 4
Total Pupils 21

3 of these children are no longer on roll.

At the end of Key Stage 2 SATs 2016, pupils not reaching 100 in Reading and Maths were as follows:

Reading only 6
Mathematics only 9
Both Reading and Mathematics 4
Total Pupils 37

We have measured the impact of progress at regular intervals for the pupils identified. Pupils have made or exceeded expected progress from the KS2 SATs to autumn 2016 data collection. In addition, impact has been noted in pupil attitudes and confidence to engage in learning. Individual profiles from one to one tuition highlight positive attitudes to learning as a result of intervention.