Thought of the Week

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.”

1 Corinthians 13:4-7

Year 7 Catch Up Premium

HARTFORD CE HIGH SCHOOL: Year 7 Catch-up Premium 2016 – 2017 (please click HERE for a downloadable version of this information)

1.   Summary information
School HARTFORD CE HIGH SCHOOL
Academic Year 2016 – 2017 Total Year 7 catch-up premium budget £7,115 Date of most recent review SEPT 2016
Total number of pupils 909 Number of pupils eligible for catch up 14 Date for next internal review of this strategy JAN 2017

 

2.   Current attainment (YEAR 7 2016 – 2017)  
HCEHS Pupils eligible for CATCH-UP 2016 – 2017    
Hartford Year 7 catch up student KS2 mean score 14 lowest maths scores avr 87.5

14 lowest reading scores avr 87.4

5 pupils are in lowest 14 of both subjects

Hartford Year 7 catch up student CAT score TBC

 

3.   Outcomes
Desired outcomes and how they will be measured Success criteria
A.     Literacy and numeracy skills
  • Students eligible for catch-up in Year 7 make at least as much progress by the end of the year as non-catch-up students so that at least 50% exceed expected progress and 80% meet expected progress.
  • This will be evidenced using accelerated reader assessments and internal assessments in English and Maths

 

4.   Planned expenditure
Academic year 2016 – 2017
The headings below enable us to demonstrate how we are using the Year 7 catch up to provide targeted support and support whole school strategies.
A LITERACY AND NUMERACY SKILLS: YEAR 7
Desired outcome What will happen Success Criteria Implementation Staff lead Review
Improved Year 7 Literacy progress
  • Targeted intervention through small group teaching and extra in school tuition
  • Accelerated reader
  • NGRT and CAT assessment and analysis
  • Students eligible for PP in Year 7 make at least as much progress by the end of the year as non-PP students so that at least 50% exceed progress targets and 80% meet expected targets.
  • This will be evidenced using accelerated reader assessments and English written assessments
  • Clear programme of M&E in place
  • Thorough M&E of the impact of teaching over time – lesson observations, exercise book scrutinies, assessment file scrutinies
  • Regular analysis of student and class level data at whole school level
CTLs English January 17

April 17

July 17

 

 

 

COST

£3,600

Improved Year 7 Numeracy progress
  • Targeted intervention through small group teaching and extra in school tuition
  • CAT assessment and analysis
  • Students eligible for PP in Year 7 make at least as much progress by the end of the year as non-PP students so that at least 50% exceed progress targets and 80% meet expected targets
  • This will be evidenced using Maths written assessments
  • Clear programme of M&E in place
  • Thorough M&E of the impact of teaching over time – lesson observations, exercise book scrutinies, assessment file scrutinies
  • Regular analysis of student and class level data at whole school level
CTLs Mathematics January 17

April 17

July 17

 

 

 

COST

£3,515

Total budgeted cost £7,115
5.   REVIEW OF EXPENDITURE 2015 – 2016
TOTAL BUDGET £5,500
A LITERACY AND NUMERACY SKILLS: YEAR 7
Desired outcome Chosen action/approach Estimated impact: Did you meet the success criteria? Include impact on pupils not eligible for catch up, if appropriate Lessons learned  
Improved Year 7 Literacy progress
  • Targeted intervention through small group teaching and extra in school tuition
  • 1.0 of a level progress from KS2 scores (non-catch-up pupils 0.53)
  • 86% of pupils met or surpassed their expected progress target (non-catch-up pupils 71%)
  • 71% surpassed their expected progress target (non-catch-up pupils 30%)
  • Expected progress target set at FFTA 25% for all pupils
  • This is a strategy that will be developed further in 2016 – 2017
  • Progress levels will be cross referenced with NGRT / standardised reading scores to back up internal English CRU grades
Cost £1,925

 

 

 

Cost £3,575

Improved Year 7 Numeracy progress
  • Targeted intervention through small group teaching and extra in school tuition
  • 0.44 of a level progress from KS2 scores (non catch up pupils 0.64)
  • 40% of pupils met or surpassed their expected progress target (non-catch-up pupils 77%)
  • 10% surpassed their expected progress target (non-catch-up pupils 42%)
  • Expected progress target set at FFTA 25% for all pupils
  • In school extra tuition to be extended to tutor time over year to increase amount of contact time for the cohort
  • Review accuracy of assessment of this cohort in Maths
Total budgeted cost £5,500