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13/06/19

Mrs Hayes is feeling very proud that she can finally plate spin! https://t.co/EvOcpeKkpV

13/06/19

So nearly there! Having a growth mindset. I will get there eventually. https://t.co/SlnpJtooOG

13/06/19

Plate spinning. https://t.co/YhYtCWrNhH

13/06/19

Toothbrush spinning. https://t.co/k2gugRmYe9

13/06/19

Plate spinning. https://t.co/m11hHTDWwY

13/06/19

Toothbrush twirling! https://t.co/7TANicrSIq

13/06/19

Ribbon twirling https://t.co/3GrlIY44fz

13/06/19

Scarf Balancing https://t.co/irquciqtT4

13/06/19

Peacock Feather Balancing. https://t.co/BoMIrmTjhE

13/06/19

Green Class having fun at the circus. https://t.co/sjhd007rsF

13/06/19

Circus day at SRA. Green class are learning lots of new skills https://t.co/SGxQhpCR6I

10/06/19

Retweeted From SRA MFL

L'atélier de mayonnaise https://t.co/RYw8AjO08t

10/06/19

Retweeted From SRA MFL

Sweet shop, ice cream on the beach... Another great day in France for Y7! https://t.co/Jv4vqkT0cA

07/06/19

Year 6 are on track to arrive back at SRA for 1900.

07/06/19

Year 6 are stuck in traffic and our ETA is now 1900. Please spread the word. https://t.co/QpSjuWUBWB

07/06/19

Year 6 are off the ferry and now in Portsmouth, heading for St Albans. ETA is currently 1830 however this may change. We will keep you updated.

07/06/19

Year 6 are finally boarding the ferry, after a 90 minute delay. We will update you with an estimated ETA when we arrive on the mainland.

07/06/19

Year 6 did themselves proud at Osbourne house, with many of the staff and public commenting on how well behaved they were. REMINDER: The ferry has been delayed, we expect to be back at 1730. Please spread the word. https://t.co/Rmt983zZGd

07/06/19

Relieved to have avoided this weather until now, Year 6 are heading to Osbourne House before heading home. REMINDER: We currently expect to be back at school for 1730. Please spread the word. https://t.co/qoeiK6ixlr

07/06/19

Year 6 are mostly packed and are just waiting for breakfast. IMPORTANT: Our ferry has been delayed by an hour. We now expect to be back at SRA AT 1730.

06/06/19

Year 6 have just come back from a lovely final beach. Their behaviour was impeccable and we had a lovely evening. https://t.co/5wcN1FLVqe

06/06/19

Mr Arnold couldn't resist. https://t.co/eB5Lx0I6t9

06/06/19

The shenanigans continued at ... https://t.co/QzUi930VY6

06/06/19

We hope to be at school at 1730, M25 permitting.

06/06/19

Unfortunately the ferry for the Year 6 residential has been delayed s our new ETA is 1730 on the 7th of June, traffic permitting.

06/06/19

is the destination of the day for Year 6 today. We got started with a trip down the water slide, followed by a visit on the rollercoaster. https://t.co/hSB8kuWKN6

Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Premium

In 2017/2018, Samuel Ryder Academy received £10,350 catch up premium funding. This funding alongside the pupil premium funding was utilised to target those students in year 7 who were performing below their chronological age, had a scaled score of less than 100 in English and Maths SATs

Intervention Strategies in English

The Learning Zone provides targeted literacy intervention for the identified students. The intervention is delivered by a team of experienced Learning Support Assistants, headed by a teacher who co-ordinates the provision. There are also six weekly programmes of one to one intervention, running three times a week for twenty minutes each session. The sessions are personalised according to the specific needs of the students. The impact of all provisions is monitored, using standardised assessment tools. The success of all intervention programmes is measured using the Sutton Trust Tool Kit Criteria as well as teacher assessment and examination results. The maths faculty offers targeted sessions for the identified students on a carousel basis.  

Intervention strategies in Maths

The Leaning Zone also offers small group intensive numeracy sessions. There are also one to one numeracy sessions offered throughout the year to target the specific needs of the learners.  The success of all intervention programmes is measured using the Sutton Trust Tool Kit Criteria as well as teacher assessment and examination results.

The tables below details the number of students below 100 in English and Maths (2017/2018)

Year Group

Below 100 scaled score

(English)

Below 100 scaled score

(Mathematics)

7

 

43

33

 

Year 7- 2017/2018

By the end of year 7, 100% of the students who came in below, were achieving or exceeding their expected progress in both English and Mathematics. 

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