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Learning Together, Succeeding Together

COVID Catch Up Funding

 

Catch up statement Spalding Primary School

Summary Information

School

Spalding Primary School

 

Academic Year

2020 /2021

Total Catch up budget

£32,560

 

 

Total Number of Pupils

412

Date for internal review of this strategy

Feb 2021

 

Barriers to future attainment

 

In- School barriers

1.

Children who have many gaps require extra input in small groups during the school day

2.

KS1 children need teaching how to use I pads to enable access to home learning and navigate their way around Seesaw

3.

Time for Y 6 children to be able to discuss their writing with their teacher

4.

Year 1 children need extra support as they had so little time in EYFS

 

External barriers

1.

Some families do not have access to internet or devices

2.

Children not reading books at home with parents

 

Outcomes

 

Desired outcomes

Success criteria

1.

Higher rates of progress in KS2

Children who were found to have gaps in their learning make as much progress as the rest of their peers

2.

All children are able to access an I pad easily and Seesaw

Children can be seen to use I pads confidently in school

3.

Children read e books at home

Reading achievement levels raised so the majority of children reach EXP in July 2021

4.

All Year 1 children can access their curriculum

Monitoring – Year 1 outcomes in July are as predicted

 

 

 

Planned expenditure

Desired outcomes

Chosen action/approach

What is the evidence for this choice

How we will ensure it is implemented well

Staff lead

Cost

Review date

Gaps closed

Teaching in small groups

Achievement raised

Observed progress amongst participating children Monitoring of teaching and test results

KP/AW/TB

 

Dec 20

All ch. confident in use of I Pads and Seesaw

More use of I pads in school

Some ch. have missed valuable IT skills in lockdown

Teachers planning

SB

 

Feb 21

Writing achievement rises

Conferencing

Writing achieved

Monitoring of writing

KP/TB/BS

 

Dec 20

To enable access to all families to technology in case of illness or lockdown

Samsung Tablet library

Internet access (dongle)

All children cannot access home learning (see questionnaire results)

The tablet library will be overseen by the AHTs Forms signed

AHTs

£2047

Feb 21

To enable access to all

Families to e books for reading at home

Purchase of Big Cat Phonics on line

Research shows that more exposure to phonics ensures the children retain knowledge

Monitoring

LC/SB

£1000

Feb 21

Year 1 children will catch up the skills they missed in Rec due to lockdown

More adult help in Year 1

Some Year 1 ch. have missed valuable EYFS skills whilst in lockdown

Monitoring

SB

£6000 from catch up funding/remainder from school budget

Feb 21

All children will catch up missed skills

CGP catch up bundle for every child in the school

 

Extra copy ordered for each teacher so they can reference activities to be done as homework

Achievement raised. More engagement of parents in remote learning and homework can reference these books for practice or skills

Monitoring

Class teachers

£4210

Feb 21

 

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