Year 7 Catch Up Premium Grant

Year 7 Literacy & Numeracy Catch Up Premium Funding 2016/17

 

The Department for Education provides all schools additional funding for Year 7 pupils  who did not achieve at least level 4 in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2 (KS2). High Park School receives this additional funding for all our Year 7 pupils.

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High Park School Funding Allocation 2016-17

Total number of pupils on roll: 102

Number of pupils in Year 7 in September 2016: 10

Funding Allocation £500 per pupil

Total allocation £5,000

In 2016-17, the funding was used to provide:

  • additional Occupational Therapy to support the development of early maths skills using a range of sensory and physical activities.
  • additional Speech & Language Therapy to support the use of intensive interaction to promote learning in English.
  • Additional ICT equipment for individual pupils to support the development of English and Maths.
  • Transition support was facilitated for one pupil to a generic special school (pupil now on full time roll at this school)

Year 7 pupils- Achievement 2016-17

English- 7 pupils achieved expected progress. 3 pupils made better than expected progress.

Maths- 8 pupils achieved expected progress. 2 pupils made better than expected progress.

Pupils remaining below the expected standard: not applicable

 

2017-18

Total number of pupils on roll: 108

Number of pupils in Year 7 in September 2017:  8.

Funding Allocation £500 per pupil (estimated)

Total allocation £4,000

In 2017-18, the funding will be used to provide:

  • Access to an interactive music session from School of Rock and Music which will enable pupils to develop their social skills, as well as promoting English and Maths.
  • additional Occupational Therapy to support the development of early maths skills using a range of sensory and physical activities.
  • additional Speech & Language Therapy to support the use of intensive interaction to promote learning in English.