The Department for Education provides additional funding to secondary schools to support year 7 pupils who didn’t achieve the expected standard in reading or maths at the end of Key Stage 2.
In 2019/20 the Catch Up Premium received by Brookfield School was £11,500.
The funding was used to:
A significant period of learning time was lost in the 2019/20 academic year due to the Covid pandemic and resulting school closure from March 2020.
However, In English amongst those who had started year 7 below expected standards (there were 76 students at NS for Reading)
In Maths amongst those who had started year 7 below expected standards (there were 52 students at NS for Maths):
The Government announced in June 2020 that the Year 7 catch-up premium will no longer be available