The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gives schools additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2 (pupils scoring a scaled score of 99 or below).
In 2018-2019 Trinity Academy New Bridge was allocated £3,385.00. In 2019-2020 we estimate the school will again receive £3,385.00.
How we plan to spend our allocation in 2019-20
The impact of the 2018-19 spending has been a high proportion of targeted students making age-related progress. In 2019-20 we will build on this success by continuing these effective strategies.
How we spent our allocation in 2018-19:
Impact of spend in 2018-19
A higher proportion of students who were eligible for the Catch Up premium achieved age expected progress when compared the whole school population.
|Catch up students achieving rapid or age-related progress during Year 7||100%||75%|
Pupils that are still not working within their age related expectations will continue to be closely monitored and further support will be provided where necessary.