Year 7 Catch-up provision 2017-2018

 

Year 7 Catch-Up Funding Funding 2016/17

In the financial year 2016/17 Blessed Trinity RC College received £16,000 additional funding.  This was to support pupils joining Year 7 who had not yet reached the national standards in English and/or Maths.  This funding was used to employ qualified Maths and English teachers to support pupils on a 1:1 basis.

Impact of catch up funding in 2016/2017  
English across year 7

100 % of the ‘catch-up’ cohort made expected progress or beyond by the end of the academic year. 

Mathematics across year 7

86% of the ‘catch-up’ cohort made expected progress or beyond by the end of the academic year. 

13% are working towards expected progress and further support will continue with these 12 pupils in Year 8.

Funding 2017/18

Funding In 2017/18 is £16,121 Year 7 Catch-up Funding.  Funding in this financial year is the same as that received in 2016 /17, adjusted to reflect the percentage change in the size of the Year 7 cohort, based on the October 2017 census.

Due to the success of the programme in 2016/17 Blessed Trinity RC College will again utilise funding to employ qualified Maths and English teachers to support pupils who join Year 7 and who haven’t yet reached the national standards in Maths and/or English.

 

YEAR 7 COHORT
Total no of pupils: 268

No of pupils <100 Reading and Mathematics:   70   (70/268  =  26%)

No of pupils <100 Reading:  25  (25/268  = 9.3%)

No of pupils <100 Mathematics:  23  (23/268  = 8.5%)

 

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    Total pupils NOT MET STANDARD in Mathematics:  93/268  ~  35%  

    Total pupils NOT MET STANDARDS in Reading: 94/268  ~  35%

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