The literacy and numeracy catch up premium gives schools additional funding to support year 7 students who did not achieve 100 in the standardised test score in English and/or Maths at the end of year 6.
For the financial year 2019/2020 Cockshut Hill School received funding of £31,750 for Catch Up Premium related activities. Expenditure was aimed directly at improving provision for students that attract the premium which in turn further strengthened the schools ‘Quality First Teaching’ methodology.
In brief we have been able to use the funds to:
Due to COVID-19 in year school data analysis has not been available during the academic year 2019/2020. Students second assessment fell shortly after national lockdown. However, from the data available during the Autumn term shows that:
|Performance of students that qualify for the catch up premium Autumn 2019||Performance of students that qualify for the catch up premium Summer 2020 Due to COVID-19 assessment of students’ progress has been delayed. Students sat a baseline test in September 2020. The baseline test was the assessment point 2 that was due in the Summer 2020. X related to where student were not present to participate in the baseline due to isolation or other absents|