How is the Year 7 Catch Up Premium used at Heath Park?
In 2016 – 17, Heath Park received £13129 to support students who did not reach the national average in reading or Maths.
|Support for Reading
|o Appointment of staff to drive the SIP priority of reading
o Development of learning support with a focus on Year 7 English
o Recruitment to English and Humanities, with both subjects focusing on reading in Key Stage 3
o Reorganisation of the curriculum to integrate Humanities subjects and refocus Integrated Studies to a literacy, competency curriculum
o Ongoing monitoring of interventions through Raising Attainment Team meetings for Key Stage 3
|Support for Maths||o Development of Maths Mastery programme in Key Stage 3, with staffing and resources to embed deep learning
o Additional targeted Maths sessions after school
o Additional resources for learning outside the classroom, both physical and online
Catch Up Impact 2017 – Progress
|Number of students beginning Year 7 below national standard…|
|Exceeding expected progress||Securing expected progress||Working towards expected progress||Failing to make the expected progress|
67% of students in English made accelerated progress, with 100% making some progress towards their targets by the end of Year 7. 43% of students in Maths made this accelerated progress, with 98% making some progress towards their targets by the end of the year. Those requiring additional intervention will continue to receive support and be monitored through Year 8.