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Simon Bishop (Headteacher)
Woodeaton Manor School,
Woodeaton,
Oxfordshire,
OX3 9TS

Tel: 01865 558722

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On the 2nd Monday of every half term parents and carers are invited to attend a session covering a range of topics.
Meetings usually start at 7pm with refreshments provided.

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Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium

 

Use of Year 7 Catch-up funding in 2017/18

The 2017-2018 cohort

The literacy and numeracy catch up funding provides schools with additional funding to support those pupils who performed below national expectations at Key Stage 2 in English and Maths. It is provided to all state funded schools with a Year 7 cohort. The additional funding for 2017/18 is £500 per pupil.

Woodeaton Manor School has been allocated £4500 for the academic Year September 2017 to August 2018.

This money is currently being used to support nine pupils (56% of the cohort) who are in Year 7 and who have achieved below the 100 benchmark in English and/or Maths in their Year 6 SATs in 2017. The purpose of this funding is to ensure that pupils catch up with their peers who have already achieved the National Benchmark in Year 6.

Interventions currently on offer at Woodeaton extend beyond literacy and numeracy to also include social and emotional wellbeing which is funded through the school’s pupil premium and school budget. Interventions include 1:1 support from teaching staff and trained Catch Up members of staff. The interventions are designed to help pupils make and sustain progress.

There are currently fifteen members of staff contributing to delivering interventions across the whole school, with ten members of staff supporting pupils in Year 7.

 

No. of timetabled sessions

Reading catch Up/ handwriting

Maths Catch Up

Spellzone/CatchUp games

In class subject support

Term 1

6

7

7

4

Term 2

5

6

7

5

Term 3

4

8

9

1

Total sessions to date

15

21

23

10

 

 

How we intend to spend our allocation for 2017/18

2017/18 9 pupils £4500

Expenditure

Estimated or Actual cost

Catch Up training for 5 members of staff (11th, 12th and 13th September 2017)

Actual cost £1890

Invoice 1404 13th October 2017 £1890.00

Catch Up Literacy file £442.78

Catch Up Literacy training £352.22

Catch Up Literacy Book collection £150

Catch Up Numeracy file £442.78

Catch Up Numeracy training £352.22

Catch Up Numeracy apparatus £150

Spellzone Subscription (including Spelling Ability Test and the Spellzone Starter course) from 18 March 2017 to 17 March 2018 (7 months)

Actual cost £165.20

Invoice 4950 16th March 2017 £283.20

Proportioned cost £165.20

Intervention Manager (1 day per week)

20% of UPS3 (£35927/5 = £7185.40)

£2020.89 (£7185.40, proportioned to 9/32 (32 pupils undertaking interventions in whole school).

Intervention Sessions (27 teaching slots, 12 TA)

Teaching 27/40 = 0.675 x £35927 = £24250.73

TA 12/40 x £12000 = £3600

proportioned (24250.73+3600 x 9/32) =

Total: £7833.02

Total

£11909.11

 

Next steps 2017-18

  • Woodeaton Manor School has become a catch up training centre for Oxfordshire
  • In response to a growing number of pupils needing additional support, eight more staff are now Catch Up trained bringing five members of staff trained in Literacy and four in Numeracy. Further training is being run in June 2018.
  • To further support attainment in English, in particular spelling

 

 

 

Premium Funding/Expenditure on cohort:

 

2015/2016

2016/2017

Catch-up Premium Funding received

£6500

£9388

Number of pupils in cohort attracting funding

13

9

Actual expenditure on pupils attracting Premium Funding

£11621

£10989

 

Impact:

 

2015/2016

2016/2017

Number of pupils upon entry working at Level 2 or below

5

3

Number of these pupils improving by 1 level following interventions

100%

100%

Number of pupils upon entry working below floor standard but above level 2

8

6

Number of pupils reaching floor standard following interventions

75%

67%

 

Whole School expenditure on interventions:

 

2015/2016

2016/2017

Number of all pupils in whole school receiving interventions

26

21

Total expenditure on staffing relating to intervention programs

£18787

£19167

Catch up resouces

£2500

£4500

Training of staff

£1955

£1975

Whole school intervention expenditure per annum

£23242

£25642

Proportion of whole school intervention expenditure allocated to pupils attracting Premium Funding

£11621

£10989