Review of Catch-up
Review of Catch Up January 2019
Literacy Catch Up Review – January 2019
Mr Feldman has planned and delivered an excellent catch up provision to our 2018/19 cohort. The behaviour, attitude and achievement of the students has really improved this year and I think that comes from your confidence and relationships he has built with these students.
So as of January 2019 here are our current literacy catch up figures.
We started the year with 56 students (not including low ability English class) who needed catch up intervention.
5 just needing grammar
20 just needing reading
31 needing intervention in both
After the first terms testing, we now have 26 students caught up on their reading, which is just over 50%. 39% of the cohort is now fully caught up and graduated from the catch-up programme and are back in full lessons as of week beginning 21/01/19
Maths Catch Up January 2019
Initially 47 students arrived from KS2 with a score between 80 and 99 and 6 other students arrived without KS2 scores that were identified to be not secondary ready. 28 of the 47 (59.6%) were pupil premium students.
From the initial 47 students, 30 (64%) are now working at a secondary ready level. Of the 30 students, this includes 18 pupil premium students (60%).
Of the 6 without KS2 scores, 2 are now working at Secondary ready level. 2 students have joined since September with a KS2 score below 100. One of these is now working at a secondary ready level.
Review of Catch Up 2017/18
The table below shows the outcomes of the Catch Up provision for 2017/18.
Review of Catch Up 2016/17
In the last academic year, 32 students received catch up funding for maths and 49 for reading.
In English and mathematics, two students were working at a KS1 level and not entered for KS2 exams. These two students continue to work towards being “secondary ready”.
In reading, all Catch Up students were assessed during the year at The Manor Academy and 42 (86%) had achieved “secondary ready” status by the end of the summer term.
Of the 47 who sat their SATS paper and scored between 80 and 99 points:
42 have caught up and scored 100 or higher on subsequent tests.
Of the other 5 students, 4 of whom scored between 80 -89
2 are now on 97
1 is on 91
2 are on 90
In maths, all Catch Up students were assessed during the year at The Manor Academy and 26 (81%) had achieved “secondary ready” status by the end of the summer term.
Of the 30 who sat their KS2 paper and scored between 80 and 99 points:
26 have caught up and scored 100 or higher on subsequent tests.
The other 4, 2 of whom scored 80-89:
3 are now on 98
1 is now on 94