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									Subject Leader Day- Autumn 2007
Birmingham Results 2007
      Foundation Stage Data - 2007
                  National         Birmingham

CLL               47%              43%

MD                65%              60%

PSE               71%              60%

CLL – Communication, Language and Literacy
MD – Mathematical Development
PSE – Personal, Social & Emotional Development
                Reading KS1 L2+
           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


B’ham 80         80   80   79   78   79


National
           84    84   85   85   84   84
                Writing KS1 L2+
           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


B’ham 83         77   78   76   74   74


National   86    81   82   82   81   80
                KS1 Maths L2+
           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


B’ham 87         87   86   87   85   85


National   90    90   90   91   90   90
                KS2 English L4+
           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


B’ham      70    69   74   74   76   76


National   75    75   77   79   79   80
            KS2 Numeracy L4+
           2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007


B’ham      69   67   69   70   71   73


National   73   73   74   75   75   77
      KS2 Results by Area – South West

English      2004   2005   2006 2007   Maths   2004 2005   2006   2007


South West
             74     76 77 78                   72 74       74     76

Birmingham
             74     74 76 76                   69 70       71     73
National
             77     77 79 80                   74 75       76     77
Below 65%
             11     11      7    9             17 13       12     10
            KS2 Results by Area - East
English      2004 2005 2006 2007 Maths 2004   2005   2006   2007




East         76 78 76 79               70     73     72      74
B’ham
             74 74 76 76               69     70     71      73

National
             77 77 79 80               74     75     76      77
Below 65%
              8    3    7    3         14     10      11     6
           KS2 Results by Area - North
English    2004   2005   2006   2007   Maths 2004   2005   2006   2007




North      79     79     82     82           76 75         77      79
B’ham
           74     74     76     76           69 70         71      73

National
           77     77     79     80           74 75         76      77
Below
65%
            5      8      7      7            8      8     11      8
    KS2 Results by Area –North West
English 2004    2005   2006   2007   Maths   2004   2005 2006 2007




North      68   70     72     71             63     67 65 69
West
B’ham
           74   74     76     76             69     70 71 73
National
           77   77     79     80             74     75 76 77
Below
65%
           21   21     16     18             31     22 25 20
          KS2 Results by Area - Central
English    2004 2005   2006   2007   Maths   2004   2005   2006   2007




Central
           73 68       69     71             65     63     67     68
B’ham
           74 74       76     76             69     70     71     73
National
           77 77       79     80             74     75     76     77
Below
65%
           19 24       22     16             29     29     24     22
            KS2 Results by area South

English 2004   2005 2006   2007   Maths   2004   2005   2006   2007


South
           80 82     82    83             79     79     77     81
B’ham
           74 74     76    76             69     70     71     73

National
           77 77     79    80             74     75     76     77

below      8    4    3      3             10      5      7      3
65%
               Discussion
• What did you do last year to raise levels of
  attainment?
• What impact did it have?
• What are the predictions for KS1 and KS2 this
  year?
• What have you put in place to raise attainment
  this year?
• What is in place to ensure higher achievers
  make good progress?
Making Good Progress
          Aims of the session

• To share the findings of the recent DfES
  investigations into children that make slow
  progress through Key Stage 2

• Begin to consider the implications of the report
Making Great Progress
                   Leadership
• Heads who see themselves as the Head Teacher
• Senior leaders being close to the learning
• An absolute and sustained focus on improving
  standards
• Establishing systems to allow time to think and act
  strategically and innovatively
• Developing a confident and assured style of
  leadership
• Passion for order and thoroughness
• Organising team around functions rather than status
• The forging of strong, professional relationships
• Doing jobs that need to be done
          Teaching and learning
• It is expected that teachers have a
  thorough knowledge and understanding of the
  curriculum
• Lessons have pace, are orchestrated and well-
  signposted
• Children are encouraged to spell out how they
  learn
• Much is expected of pupils in terms of their
  learning
• The conclusion of the lesson is planned for and
  worked towards
• The good teacher is highly valued
• Teachers adopt the school’s values and vision
                Curriculum
• Planning for progression is secure throughout
  the school
• Systems are in place so that time is not
  wasted on reinventing wheels
• The whole school takes responsibility for the
  standards achieved in Year 6
• The emphasis is on application of skills
• Concepts are important, though standard
  practices are taught too
• Improvement targets are shared and layered
  through the school
      Getting There

Pupils who move slowly through
   Key Stage 2 English and
         mathematics
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                        Key Stage 2 English (2006 Revised)

         Local
        Authority                                                      Birmingham                                                    Key
                                                                                                                                      59% of pupils achieved Level 4 or above in 1998


                                                                                                                                      76% of pupils achieved Level 4 or above in 2006


                                                                                                                                      17% of pupils were at level 3 of which:


                                                                                                                                                0% Stuck


                                                                                                                                                3% Falling Behind


                                                                                                                                                4% Slow Moving


                                                                                                                                                8% Making Good Progress


                                                                                                                                                2% either A , D or no KS1 level recorded


                                                                                                                                      7% at Level 2 or below


                                                                                                                                      1% Absent


                                   L4+ Attainment of 76% compares to a 2006 target of 77%                                            National PSA target for 2008 - 85% to achieve L4+

           76           77

                 Summary                    %L4+                      Proportion Below Expected Level Who Are:              %
                Birmingham                   76                                         FSM                                 50
                  National                   79                                   Statemented SEN                           15
                                                                                        BME                                 60
                                                                                        Boys                                62

     The figures have been rounded and do not sum to 100%. Therefore, the number of men representing L4+ in 1998 has been adjusted
                                                 to ensure that the total sums to 100%
##
                          Key Stage 2 Maths (2006 Revised)

         Local
        Authority                                                      Birmingham                                                    Key
                                                                                                                                      53% of pupils achieved Level 4 or above in 1998


                                                                                                                                      71% of pupils achieved Level 4 or above in 2006


                                                                                                                                      21% of pupils were at level 3 of which:


                                                                                                                                                0% Stuck


                                                                                                                                                7% Falling Behind


                                                                                                                                                8% Slow Moving


                                                                                                                                                4% Making Good Progress


                                                                                                                                                2% either A , D or no KS1 level recorded


                                                                                                                                      8% at Level 2 or below


                                                                                                                                      1% Absent


                                   L4+ Attainment of 71% compares to a 2006 target of 76%                                            National PSA target for 2008 - 85% to achieve L4+

           71           76

                 Summary                    %L4+                      Proportion Below Expected Level Who Are:              %
                Birmingham                   71                                         FSM                                 48
                  National                   76                                   Statemented SEN                           12
                                                                                        BME                                 59
                                                                                        Boys                                49

     The figures have been rounded and do not sum to 100%. Therefore, the number of men representing L4+ in 1998 has been adjusted
                                                 to ensure that the total sums to 100%
   Conversion from KS1 to KS2
Level 2b-Level 4+
• English girls     93%
• Maths girls       72%
• English boys      90%
• Maths boys        76%

Level 2c-Level 4+
• English girls     69%
• Maths girls       40%
• English boys      60%
• Maths boys        46%
Pen portrait of the children (1)
• They are ordinary, well-behaved and positive
• They are conservative in their learning style, eager
  to get things right but anxious about taking risks
• They are uncomfortable with open-ended,
  investigative or exploratory work - they prefer routine
  right/wrong tasks
• They are poor at planning, especially if the work is
  substantial
• They lack self-help strategies
• They keep a low profile - ‘invisible children’
  - and are quiet and undemanding
Pen portrait of the children (2)

• They don’t push for help and will sit for long periods
  waiting patiently for attention
• They work alongside rather than with other children
• They offer quick answers or keep their heads down,
  reluctant or unable to unpack ideas
• They are often found with the teaching assistant and
  other children like themselves

								
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