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|Description||Integrated training and resource package to support the management and delivery of the highly effective, evidence-based Catch Up® Numeracy intervention. The 4 part package consists of:• Introducing Catch Up® Numeracy• Delivering Catch Up® Numeracy• Managing Catch Up® Numeracy• Review and next steps. Catch Up Numeracy is a 15 minute one-to-one intervention, delivered twice a week|
|Categories||Primary, Secondary, Teaching and Learning, Mathematics / Numeracy, KS1, KS2, KS3, Management, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Assistant Headteacher, CPD Leader, Deputy Headteacher, Headteacher, Special Educational Needs Coordinator, Learning Support, Pupil Support, Other support staff, Main-scale (core) teacher, Pupil mentor, Head of Department / Faculty, Assessment, Behaviour for Learning, Inclusion, Personalised Learning, SEND, Out of school, In school|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
PART 1 (N1) Introducing Catch Up® Numeracy
PART 2 (N2) Delivering Catch Up® Numeracy
PART 3 (N3) Managing Catch Up® Numeracy
PART 4 (N4) Review and next steps
Catch Up® Numeracy is suitable for all struggling learners whose Numeracy/Maths Age is significantly below their Chronological Age. Designed for use with struggling learners aged 6-14, rather than beginner learners. Struggling learners on Catch Up® Numeracy make twice the normal rate of progress.
|Evidence underpinning this approach||
Catch Up® Numeracy has been shown to help struggling learners achieve more than double the progress of typically developing learners (all the more impressive as struggling learners make far less progress than typically developing learners).
Learners aged 6 - 11 who received Catch Up® Numeracy support for an average period of 5 months achieved average Number/Maths Age gains of 11 months (Data for 348 learners. Journal article awaiting publication - further information from Catch Up on request.)
|How users/participants can evaluate success||
Trainees have the opportunity to submit for the OCN Catch Up® Numeracy qualification
To gain the OCN Catch Up® Numeracy qualification, trainees have to submit written evidence to show that they have successfully completed the assignments for each of the three Units. The assignments for Units 1 and 3 are mostly completed as part of the training. The assignments for Unit 2 are based on the delivery of the Catch Up® Numeracy intervention to learners.
Each individual Catch Up® session gives you valuable information about the learner’s needs and progress.
We also recommend that learners on Catch Up® Numeracy are further assessed:
|Follow-up activities and support||
Between each Delivering Catch Up® Numeracy session (PART 2), the trainees complete short follow-up tasks and practise the Catch Up® Numeracy skills.
The ‘Review and next steps’ session (half day) (PART 4) gives opportunities to review Catch Up® practice with colleagues and gives further guidance
Lifetime support and the Catch Up® Community
Catch Up® provides lifetime support (by email, telephone, and online) to everyone involved in the delivery of the Catch Up® interventions, at no extra charge. Our website offers free additional resources such as the Catch Up® Numeracy online interactive resource list.
The Catch Up® Community provides a regular newsletter and further password-protected web pages.
The 4-part package takes place over 6-9 months, is delivered by Catch Up® Approved Trainers and consists of:
PART 1 (N1) Introducing Catch Up® Numeracy (90 mins)
PART 2 (N2) Delivering Catch Up® Numeracy (3 half days with follow-up tasks)
PART 3 (N3) Managing Catch Up® Numeracy (60 mins)
PART 4 (N4) Review and next steps (half day)
Each trainee gets a file and their own unique username and password for the website, giving them all the guidance and proformas necessary to deliver the intervention.
Catch Up® training costs £350 per trainee, minimum £3,500
Catch Up® training can be organised for staff from individual schools, from clusters of schools or from other settings
Cost per learner Over four years, in a typical school, each Catch Up® intervention
can work out to less than £130 (including staff costs) – see website for details.
Lifetime support and the Catch Up® Community
Catch Up® provides lifetime support (by email, telephone, and online) to everyone involved in the delivery of the Catch Up® interventions, at no extra charge. Our website offers free additional resources such as the Catch Up® Numeracy online interactive booklist.
The Catch Up® Community provides a regular newsletter and further password-protected web pages
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.