Moreton 16-19 Tuition Fund

Covid-19 Catch-up 16-19 Premium Strategy Statement

School Overview

MetricData
School nameMoreton School
Pupils entitled to catch-up funding13
Covid-19 catch-up funding£1,577

Strategy Statement

  • To provide bespoke small group tuition and support for Post 16 students who did not achieve English or Maths GCSE at a standard pass grade (4 or above)
  • To support identified Year 12 students to transition into their chosen Level 3 courses where disruption has been experienced
  • To support identified Year 13 students to reach their target grades and access their chosen Post-18 route where their Level 3 study has been disrupted.
  • To support identified Year 12 and 13 students to achieve GCSE English Language and/or Mathematics to facilitate their future aspirations.

Small group tuition will not exceed five students, other than in one off or exceptional circumstances (for example absence of a member of staff requiring the merger of two existing groups on a temporary basis).

Priorities:

Key ActionOutline of expenditureIntended ImpactBudgeted costingsEvaluation
To support identified Year 12 students who did not achieve grades 4 or above in either English or Mathematics to make the transition to level 3 courses.Small group tuition during the school day / after school intervention sessions, resources to support sessions and students wider independent learning. Use of double staffing to further support small group tuition.
Small group tuition during the school day / after school intervention sessions, resources to support sessions and students wider independent learning. Use of double staffing to further support small group tuition.

Supported study periods to assist with completion of classwork and revisiting of prior learning.
Increased subject knowledge and progress towards Year 12 target grades and future aspirations (including higher education, apprenticeships or employment Post 18). Students will speak positively of the support they have received and the impact it has upon their learning. Staff will have the resources to draw upon to support the tuition.£580









N/A
To support identified Year 13 students who did not achieve grades 4 or above in either English or Mathematics to secure knowledge of subject content delivered via virtual school and to support their next steps post 18.Small group tuition during the school day / after school intervention sessions, resources to support delivery of sessions and students wider independent learning. Use of doubled up staffing to support small group tuition.

Supported study periods to assist with completion of classwork and revisiting of prior learning.
Progress is seen in lessons, internal data and external examination results. Students speak positively of the re-sit support and grow in confidence in English and/or Mathematics. Students apply successfully to university, apprenticeships or employment as per their future aspirations.£580










N/A
To support identified students who did not achieve grades 4 or above in English or Mathematics to progress in re-sit opportunities.Small group tuition during and/or after the school day including study periods, resources to support delivery of sessions and student’s study time revision.Students will show improved results following resit opportunities. Students will speak with increased confidence in regards to their learning and progress in English and/or Mathematics.£417
Identified students continue to be supported via virtual learning when necessary and are able to access their curriculum.Staff CPD to refine teaching practice via virtual platform.Staff will express confidence in delivering Post-16 content online and will provide the tailored tuition support to the identified students whilst they are in self isolation via Teams. Students will speak positively of their online learning opportunities and will progress in line with their peers.N/A

Delivered via whole school staff inset.

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