Catch up funding plan for 2020-2021.

We will be receiving a total of £7540 for catch up funding for this financial year. We have also received £4000 for Pupil Premium Funding and £17021 for Sports Premium Funding, both of which are incorporated into this plan.

The funding has been detailed using hourly rates for staff to allow for flexibility throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Planned provision, spending and impact 2020-21.

ObjectiveProvisionFunding from catch up fundingFunding from Pupil PremiumFunding from Sports PremiumMonitoringPlanned impact
To improve pupils’ confidence and self esteem 


To enhance pupils’ emotional well-being. 
Social skills and building confidence/self-esteem work with the school’s Emotional Literacy Skills Assistant (ELSA).  

ELSA time and group work.  

ELSA course and updates.
 6 pupils receiving 30 minutes of ELSA time each week – either remote or in school.

ELSA time @ £17.50 per hour.

2 pupils in school during lockdown from 5th January until 8th of March emotional support from: 

Teachers – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £40.50 per hour.

TAs – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £13.05 per hour.
 SENDCO and ELSA to monitor emotional progress, attainment and provision.

Termly Pupil Progress meetings.

Termly Children and Learning (Governors) Committee meetings.

Headteacher and SENDCO to monitor provision and the progress of pupils’ emotional well-being.
Pupils’ confidence and self-esteem is raised and pupils will take more of a part in class interactions and discussions. 

Pupils’ emotional needs are met as fully as possible.
To improve pupils’ ability to decode and understand more complex vocabulary and meaning of texts    

To improve pupils’ ability to decode and understand different phonemes appropriate to their year group.  

To improve pupils’ ability to construct simple sentences.  

To improve pupils’ speech and language skills     

To improve pupils’ ability to understand and apply mathematical concepts appropriate to their year group.           

To provide vulnerable pupils with resources to learn remotely. 
1:1 reading, phonics, writing, speech and language and maths support with qualified teacher.     

Reading, phonics, writing and maths activities with TAs/HLTAs.                               
Year 2 phonics, reading and writing catch up teaching with qualified teacher @ £40.50 per hour.

Year 1 phonics, sentence construction and speech and language catch up teaching with qualified teacher @ £40.50 per hour – remote and in school. 

Qualified teacher @ £40.50 per hour –in school Mathematics teaching – all year groups   
Extra phonics, reading and writing provision for 5 pupils from:-Teachers – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £40.50 per hour.TAs – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £13.05 per hour       

Extra maths provision for 5 pupils from:-
Teachers – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £40.50 per hour.

TAs – 30 minutes per pupil each week @ £13.05 per hour.

4 x laptops provided for pupils @ £239 + £19 postage and packing each (1 pupil did not wish to receive a laptop).
 Headteacher, class teachers and SENDCO to monitor progress, attainment and provision.

Termly Pupil Progress meetings.

Termly Children and Learning (Governors) Committee meetings.         

As above    
Pupils’ progress and attainment in reading, writing, speaking and listening and phonics is at the expected standard (or above) for the relevant year group.  

Pupils’ general progress and attainment is at the expected standard (or above) for the relevant year group.     

Pupils’ progress and attainment in maths is at the expected standard (or above) for the relevant year group.
To develop pupil’s physical ability with an emphasis on core stability, concentration, gross and fine motor skills.      

To develop further physical opportunities and add to the existing physical opportunities for pupils – link with emotional wellbeing 

To provide opportunities for increased activity levels during play and lunchtimes – link with emotional wellbeing  

To introduce and teach new physical activities to all pupils across the school – link with emotional wellbeing.

To continue to embed core skills through progression of some activities – link with emotional wellbeing.

For pupils to experience intra-school competition across class bubble and with self-competition – link with emotional wellbeing.
                       PE Subject Leader re-train/update teaching assistants to plan, deliver and assess tailored activities. Delivery during break and curriculum times of new physical opportunities and activities to pupils through a structured programme of activities and sports.  

PE lead to continue to deliver Playmaker Award to Year 2 children in the late spring/early summer term 2021.    

3 x Sports Activity days planned across Autumn and Spring Term. This will take place in class ‘bubbles’ rather than whole school due to Covid restrictions
  Physical develop-ent support with qualified teacher – remotely and in person @ £40.50per hour.      

PE Subject Leader time @ £40.50 per hour.

HLTA time @ £17.06 per hour.

TA time @ £13.05 per hour

LSA time @ £12.17 per hour   

6 x qualified teacher time @ £40.50 per hour.

HLTA time @ £17.06 per hour.

TA time @ £13.05 per hour

LSA time @ £12.17 per hour
Headteacher, class teachers and PE Subject Leader to monitor progress, attainment and provision.

Termly Pupil Progress meetings.

Termly Children and Learning (Governors)  

As above                

As above
Pupils’ progress and attainment in physical development is at the expected standard (or above) for the relevant year group.     

As above               

As above