Catch-Up Premium SPA 2017-18 Final - page 3

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HLTA salary contribution to run the ‘Aspire’
programme within the Bridge. £22,408
EAL salary contribution to run the 'EAL'
programme within the Bridge. £17,689
Bridge resources £600
HLTA salary contribution to run the ‘Aspire’
programme within the Bridge £15,161
Salary contribution for Assistant SENDCO
support within the Bridge – planning, teaching,
coaching (due to SENDCO’s maternity leave)
£800
EAL salary contribution to run the EAL
programme within the Bridge £17,785
Bridge resources £600
Lexia programme software and licenses £1363
Lexia programme software and licenses £1363
Literacy co-ordinator TLR contribution £533
Numeracy co-ordinator TLR contribution £533
STAR Reading Programme contribution £1146
Literacy co-ordinator TLR contribution £538
Numeracy co-ordinator TRL contribution £538
STAR Reading Programme contribution £1146
Impact of Catch-Up Premium Spending 2016-17
124 students accessed ‘The Bridge’ provision in 2016-17. Of the 124 students, 90% graduated from
‘The Bridge’ within one term, having mastered the baseline KPI’s. 100% graduated within 2 terms.
Progress made within the core curriculum against the academy’s STEPs model by pupils eligible for
the Catch-Up Premium is outlined below, with the progress made by ‘all’ pupils also provided for
comparison.
Blue = Making more than expected progress
Green = Making expected level of progress
Amber = Making less than expected progress
Red = Making significantly less than expected progress
Grey = Limited progress made from KS2
English
Students below standard AP5 English:
Below Standard
English
English
%
Blue
44
48.35%
Green
45
49.45%
Amber
2
2.20%
Grand Total
91
100.00%
Full cohort English AP5:
Full Cohort
English
English
%
Blue
97
46.86%
Green
94
45.41%
Amber
2
0.97%
Grey
14
6.76%
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