PSA Public Service Agreement Targets by johnrr1

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									PSA Public Service Agreement Targets
Maths Subject Leader Meeting June 2008

West Midlands / Stoke-on-Trent Public Service Agreement (PSA) target data
The following slides show where the 14 LAs in the West Midlands currently sit in regard to the % of pupils attaining Level 4 in both English and Maths, and also relating to 2 Levels progress in English and Maths during KS2. This relates to 2007 data.
There is also information about each school in Stoke-on-Trent!!

West Midlands – current data
Current data picture for the region based on new PSA targets compared to national
 Slightly

below national for 2 levels progress in mathematics in 2 levels progress in mathematics in 2007 following slight increase since 2004
to national for 2 levels progress in English

 Improvement

 Similar

 Steady

improvement in 2 levels progress in English since 2005

Slightly

below national for combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+

Steady

improvement in combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+ since 2003 mirroring national improvements gap in achievement for combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+ between children entitled to FSM and those not entitled to FSM writing gap between boys and girls

Significant

Significant

West Midlands - Priorities
Key Regional Priorities for Primary Standards and Progress


Significantly improve 2 levels progress throughout KS2 in English and mathematics Significantly improve combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+ by the end of KS2 Improve overall attainment in mathematics, particularly for girls at the end of KS2





 Close

the gap in combined attainment and 2 levels progress throughout KS2 between children entitled to FSM and children not entitled to FSM the gap in combined attainment and 2 levels progress throughout KS2 between children of different minority groups with their peers (based on LA analysis of specific underachieving groups) improve outcomes in writing and close the gap between boys and girls at end of KS1 and KS2 outcomes in Early Reading, writing and mathematics / PSRN by end of FS and KS1

 Close

 Significantly

 Improve

Stoke-on-Trent LA
Current LA data picture based on new PSA targets compared to national
 Below

national for 2 levels progress in mathematics

 Significant

improvement in 2 levels progress in mathematics in 2007 (following 3 years of little or no improvement) national for 2 levels progress in English

 Below

 Improvement

in 2 levels progress in English since 2005 closing the gap against national

 Below

national for combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+
increase in combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+ since 2003

 Overall

 Gap

in achievement for combined attainment in English and mathematics L4+ between children entitled to FSM and those not entitled to FSM writing L4+ attainment below national
conversion rates L2 to L4 below national

 Overall
 Writing

 Significant

writing gap between boys and girls

English 2 levels progress against combined attainment
93

91

89
% 2 levels progress English

87

85

Is the LA/school equally effective in Which schools are in each quadrant in the LA? English and high Are outcomes in EYFS/KS1 mathematics for all ability How will these LAs/schools sustain enough? What does tailored support and challenge groups? PSA English 2011 and/or like forcould they be improved? improve to impact look further each quadrant? on How are the key issues/ What Is leadership PSA targets? 2011 focused sufficiently on raising Howpriorities the each and schoolbestneed good can LAs for share are capture LA/ improving practice? standards Is the qualityspecific factors teaching LowerWhat What areof learning andthat rates of the specific Higherthat need factors combined to be the quality of learning andneedthere What does on toLA/PSA combined do to impact each improve progression? teaching combinedtoaddressed2011 toschoolhigh enough? attainment Is be addressed improve Are to enough andto impact on the PSA are expectations progression differently good targets? attainment? schools here attainment rates? Higher 2 levels targets? enough, particularly in Y3/4? Higher 2 levels progress ‘coasting’?

progress
NATIONAL 2007

83

81

Lower combined attainment
Lower 2 levels progress
64 66 68 70 72

Higher combined attainment
Lower 2 levels progress
74 76 78 80 % Combined Attainment L4+

79

Mathematics Progress against Attainment West Midlands
88 2011 PSA Targets 86

84 % 2 levels progress Mathematics

82

80

78
Sandwell Black Country Wolverhampton Stoke-on-Trent Birmingham

Walsall
NATIONAL 2007

76

Herefordshire Shropshire Warwickshire Staffordshire

Solihull

74

Dudley Coventry

72 Telford and Wrekin 70 64 66 68 70 72 74 % Combined Attainment L4+ 76 78 80 Worcestershire

West Midlands English Progress against Attainment
93 2011 PSA Targets

91

89 % 2 levels progress English

87 Warwickshire

Sandwell 85 Wolverhampton 83 Dudley Black Country 2007 Walsall Birmingham NATIONAL 2007

Shropshire Herefordshire

Staffordshire

Solihull

Coventry
Telford and Wrekin

81
Stoke-on-Trent Worcestershire 79

64

66

68

70

72
% Combined Attainment L4+

74

76

78

80

Stoke-on-Trent Statistical Neigbours Maths Progress against Attainment
82.0

80.0

% 2 levels progress Maths

78.0

76.0

NATIONAL 2007

74.0

Stoke-on-Trent

72.0

70.0 60.0

62.0

64.0

66.0

68.0

70.0

72.0

74.0

76.0

78.0

80.0

% Combined Attainment L4+

Stoke-on-Trent Statistical Neigbours English Progress against Attainment
85.0

84.0 NATIONAL 2007 83.0

82.0
% 2 levels progress English

81.0 Stoke-on-Trent

80.0

79.0

78.0

77.0

76.0

75.0 60.0

62.0

64.0

66.0

68.0

70.0

72.0

74.0

76.0

78.0

80.0

% Combined Attainment L4+

West Midlands Writing L4 Attainment against L2 to L4+ Conversion

79 Sandwell

77

L4+ Attainment Low
Walsall

L4+ Attainment High
Conversion High
Warwickshire Shropshire Solihull Wolverhampton Herefordshire Birmingham West Mids Coventry

Conversion High
% Conversion L2 KS1 to L4+ KS2
75

Dudley NATIONAL 2007

73 Staffordshire 71 Worcestershire Telford and Wrekin

L4+ Attainment Low
69

L4+ Attainment High
Conversion Low

Conversion Low

67

Stoke-on-Trent

65 55 60 65 70 % L4+ Writing Attainment KS2 2007 75 80 85

West Midlands Gap between Boys and Girls Writing L4+ Attainment against All L2 to L4+ Conversion
Sandwell Boys 78 Sandwell Girls

L4+ Attainment Low Conversion High
76 Wolverhampton Boys Walsall Boys Warwickshire Boys Herefordshire Boys Birm'ham Boys Coventry Boys Dudley Boys Shropshire Boys Walsall Girls Wolverhampton Girls Herefordshire Girls

L4+ Attainment High Conversion High
Warwickshire Girls Shropshire Girls Dudley Girls Coventry Girls Solihull Girls

% Conversion L2 KS1 to L4+ KS2

74

Solihull Boys Birm'ham Girls ALL West Mids ALL NATIONAL 2007

72

Staffordshire Boys

Staffordshire Girls

Worcestershire Boys Telford and Wrekin Boys 70

Worcestershire Girls Telford and Wrekin Girls

L4+ Attainment Low

L4+ Attainment High

Conversion Low
68

Conversion Low

Stoke-on-Trent Boys 66 48 53 58 63 68

Stoke-on-Trent Girls

73

78

83

% L4+ Writing Attainment KS2 2007

What does this mean for a schools in each of the quadrants?
Each group of head teachers focused on Schools in one of the 4 quadrants A, B, C or D.

They hypothesised about the context of the school, given the quadrant it currently sits in e.g. likely intake of pupils quality of Teaching and Learning Leadership and Management EAL, SEN, FSM Attainment on Entry What might the Lead Ofsted Inspector be interrogating at that school? What evidence would the SLT need to have at their fingertips? If you were the SLT, what school improvement aspect would you be prioritising?

West Midland All Schools Combined Eng and Ma attainment L4+ against 2 levels progress English

100

90

SCHOOL A High progress / Low Attainment

SCHOOL D
High Progress / High Attainment

80

% 2 NC levels progress English

70

60

50

40

SCHOOL B

SCHOOL C
Low Progress / High Attainment

30

Low Progress / Low Attainment

20

10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % Combined Eng and Maths Attainment L4+ 2007

The moment of truth!!
The next slide shows each Stoke school’s position on the quadrant graph for Maths progress. (English progress is on the following slide) Can you estimate where your school is? Your data will allow you to identify your school’s position. You can utilise the head teacher’s feedback to give you more ideas about what you might want to do to improve maths in your school.

National 2011 PSA targets 10 and 11 Target Subject 2006 Key 2011 2006 - 2011
Stage KS2
KS2

type 2 levels Progress
2 levels Progress

result En
Ma

target 90%*
84%*

improvement +9%pts
+11%pts

81%
73%

KS2

Combined L4+ Attainment

in both En & Ma

71%

78%*

+7%pts

Reduce the gap between outcomes for children entitled to FSM and CiC and their peers *For each of these targets LAs will be required to provide breakdown by minority ethnic group including Gypsy/Roma and Travellers of Irish Heritage

Stoke 2011 PSA targets 10 and 11 Target Subject 2006 Key 2011 2006 - 2011
Stage KS2
KS2

type 2 levels Progress
2 levels Progress

result En
Ma 56%*

target 86%
81%

improvement

+ 25%

KS2

Combined L4+ Attainment

in both En & Ma

75%

* This does not include 244 pupils who had KS2 results, but no KS1 results

Stoke 2011 PSA targets 10 and 11
KS Target S

2006 result

2007 result

2008 result

2008 / 09

2009 / 10

2010 /11

type KS2 KS2
KS2

target 82%

target 84% 81%
75%

target 86% 81%
75%

2 levels Progress 2 levels Progress
Combine d L4+ Attainme nt

En Ma

56%*

76%#

?

76%
71%

En & Ma

* 2006 (1430/2548) This does not include 244 pupils who had KS2 results, but no KS1 results
# 2007 (1797/2380) This does not include 237 pupils who had KS2 results, but no KS1 results

Why was progress in 2007 better than in 2006?
KS1 – KS2 2 levels progress

2006 17 141

numbers of pupils

2006 as a % 1.2 9.8 12.1 24.8 23.5
28.3

2007 24 207 231 393 559
383 1797

numbers of pupils

2007 as a % 1.3 11.5 12.8 21.8 31.1
21.3

W – L2+ L1 - L3+

L2c - L4+ 174 L2b - L4+ 356 L2a - L4+ 337
L3 – L5 total 405 1430

PSA targets 2011
If every 2c child achieves level 4 their educational chances will have been enhanced and the 2011 progress target will be met


								
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