The DfE announced that from January 2013 schools will receive an additional £500 per pupil for those entering year 7 at level 3 in English and/or Maths. The DfE “expect that this funding is used for additional literacy and numeracy catch-up during Year 7” and OFSTED guidance September 2013 states: “Inspectors must also evaluate and report on the progress being made by pupils targeted for the Year 7 catch-up programme, including thorough analysis of summary data kept by the school.”
Evidence from the Sutton Toolkit finds that 1:1 tuition is one of the most effective methods of accelerating pupil progress. However, this can be costly.
Sustain Education LTD are offering schools a high-impact, affordable solution that accelerates pupils from level 3-4 in both literacy and Mathematics. We will deliver the the whole programme and ensure that schools will have clear evidence of spend and it’s impact in order to satisfy OFSTED criteria. We are proud of how successful this package is in accelerating pupil progress, but don’t just take our word for it visit our testimonials page to read what both school leaders and pupils think.
- 360 diagnostic assessment – both SEAL and literacy/numeracy
- Parental engagement meetings – to include parents as partners in learning
- 2 days per week (200-240 sessions) catch up teaching with a qualified teacher
- Quality assurance – Each school will have a dedicated Education Consultant who oversees deliverance
- Impact measurement report at the end of the programme and portfolio of work carried out plus recommendations to back up any SEN concerns – using school data, an analysis of impact. We also offer a comparative data analysis for varying cohorts.
- Reward scheme for attendance, attitude and homework.
- Celebration afternoon/morning
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