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Remote Learning Strategy

Raedwald Trust Catch up Summary 2020-2021

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Raedwald Trust Covid Catch Up Summary 2020-2021


The government is providing funding to cover a one-off universal catch-up premium for the 2020 to 2021 academic year.

It aims to support pupils to catch up for lost learning so schools can meet the curriculum expectations for the next academic year, with the key principles:

Education is not optional

  • All pupils receive a high-quality education that promotes their development and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.

The curriculum remains broad and ambitious

  • All pupils continue to be taught a wide range of subjects, maintaining their choices for further study and employment.

Remote education

  • Where needed, this is high-quality and safe, and aligns as closely as possible with in-school provision. Schools and other settings continue to build their capability to educate pupils remotely, where this is needed.

Informed by the above key principles, the DfE asks that schools and other settings meet key expectations IF considering revisions to the school curriculum for 2020-21:

  • Teach an ambitious and broad curriculum
  • Aim to return to the schools’ ‘normal’ curriculum by the summer term 2021
  • Plan on the basis of the educational needs of pupils, informed by an assessment of the pupils’ starting points and addressing gaps
  • Develop remote education so it is integrated into the school’s curriculum planning.


Special, Alternative Provision and Hospital Schools will receive a total of £240 per place, as follows:

RT SITE Total pupils Payment 1 Payment 2 Payment 3 TOTAL
FBI 12 £720.00 £960.00 £1,200.00 £2,880.00
FBB 12 £720.00 £960.00 £1,200.00 £2,880.00
AW 24 £1,440.00 £1,920.00 £2,400.00 £5,760.00
STC 12 £720.00 £960.00 £1,200.00 £2,880.00
PS (PS KS3) 50 £3,000.00 £4,000.00 £5,000.00 £12,000.00
LC (PS KS4) 40 £2,400.00 £3,200.00 £4,000.00 £9,600.00
WB 40 £2,400.00 £3,200.00 £4,000.00 £9,600.00
TOTAL 190 £11,400.00 £15,2000.00 £19,000.00 £45,600.00


Per place numbers for each instalment are based on the published high needs place numbers for the 2020 to 2021 academic year.


Catch-up Planning


Schools are able to spend the funding in the most effective way for their own pupils


It is up to the school to decide:

Which pupils need to access the support

  • Although funding is on a per pupil basis, there are no specific requirements for who to spend it on.
  • Schools should Identify pupils that will benefit most from the funding

The activities that will be provided

  • To support schools to make the best use of this funding, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has published a coronavirus (COVID-19) support guide for  schools with evidence-based approaches to catch up for all students. Schools should use this document to help them direct their additional funding in the most effective way.
  • The EEF advises the following:

Teaching and whole school strategies

  • Supporting great teaching
  • Pupil assessment and feedback
  • Transition support

Targeted approaches

  • One to one and small group tuition
  • Intervention programmes
  • Extended school time

Wider strategies

  • Supporting parent and carers
  • Access to technology
  • Summer support