Catch-Up Plan 2020-2021
At Haygrove School, we know that our current cohort have been impacted by the 14-week period during 2019-20 where their experience of education differed from the ‘norm’.
Our catch-up strategy for this academic year is to ensure all children are ready to learn and able to access our broad and challenging curriculum. In addition, we are aiming to close the gap between disadvantaged and other students. We will do this in two ways: through quality first teaching and through implementation of evidence-driven interventions. By evidence-driven we mean two things: firstly, interventions that have been shown to work; and secondly, using school attainment and progress data to identify particular gaps and needs.
In addition, we believe that socio-economic background should not determine children’s academic achievement. This belief is grounded not simply in ideology, but in evidence. We believe that it is possible: that all children can achieve given the appropriate environment and support structures.
Key figures for 2020-21
Total students on roll: 1079
Total Catch-Up Funding Amount: £85,200
Following regular conversations with key members of staff, we have identified the following gaps and catch-up needs. We have also planned specific interventions to allow children to make accelerated progress and effectively ‘catch up’.
Use of funding 2020-21 – interventions, expected outcomes and tracking of impact
The member of staff responsible for co-ordinating and evaluating this programme is Leanne Mills. Please contact them on 01278 455531