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1 © Crown copyright 2006 Primary & Secondary National Strategies RAISEonline and target-setting

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3 © Crown copyright The things teachers need to understand to make sense of RAISEonline 1. APS, VA, CVA 2. Statistical significance 3. Confidence intervals 4. Prior attainment measures 5. Relative performance indicators 6. Targets, estimates and predictions 7. Snake graphs and quadrant graphs

4 © Crown copyright Objectives To explore how RAISEonline supports effective target-setting To make links between target-setting and for learning and teaching To consider local implications for advice and support

5 © Crown copyright Target-setting process Attainment targets – bottom up. Schools set targets first, LA targets afterwards. Attendance targets – schools and LA set targets in line with ranges from DfES Minority ethnic groups – built up from pupil targets Looked after children – based on pupil targets LA targets are subject to challenge by the Secretary of State, where they do not meet criteria based on achieving reasonable levels of progression and ambition

6 © Crown copyright How should schools be supported to set challenging targets? Recognise that predictions of results and targets are not the same thing Understand how ambitious targets fit into the school’s improvement plan and support teaching and learning in the classroom Move away from looking at historical patterns of achievement which might conceal underperformance Use target-setting tools such as RAISEonline to benchmark performance against the most successful schools

7 © Crown copyright KS1-2 conversion - school EnglishMathematicsScience Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ W10%W2 W1 1944%120%1729% 2C786%2C850%2C6100% 2B683%2B1593%2B10100% 2A3100%2A % %

8 © Crown copyright KS1-2 conversion - national EnglishMathematicsScience Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ Number of Pupils Conversion to L4+ W24,00011%W00%W11,00025% 174,00037%137,00014%174,00057% 2C125,00073%2C88,00043%2C80,00080% 2B143,00094%2B140,00076%2B145,00093% 2A73,00099%2A132,00093%2A105,00098% 3+121,00099%3+155,00099%3+145,00099%

9 © Crown copyright KS2-3 conversion - school EnglishMathematicsScience Number of Pupils Conversion to L5+ (%) Number of Pupils Conversio n to L5+ (%) Number of Pupils Conversio n to L5+ (%) B3*520%B3*40%B3*20% 3c1315%3c90%3c333% 3b933%3b1020%3b30% 3a978%3a1250%3a825% 4c1968%4c1776%4c2446% 4b3090%4b3892%4b2378% 4a21100%4a2095%4a2990%

10 © Crown copyright KS2-3 conversion - national EnglishMathematicsScience Number of Pupils Conversion to L5+ (%) Number of Pupils Conversion to L5+ (%) Number of Pupils Conversion to L5+ (%) B3*32,0006%B3*28,0002%B3*8,9003% 3c21,00017%3c26,0007%3c9,0002% 3b38,00035%3b38,00024%3b17,0006% 3a39,00054%3a48,00052%3a27,00015% 4c96,00074%4c80,00077%4c74,00039% 4b93,00089%4b98,00091%4b86,00066% 4a81,00095%4a89,00097%4a125,00085%

11 © Crown copyright Effective target-setting based on prior attainment not CVA ambitious by improving rates of progress focused on equity as well as excellence owned by pupils and teachers builds in the impact of National Strategies’ and other programmes leads to improvements in learning and teaching pupils’ progress is regularly tracked and reviewed

12 © Crown copyright Task [5 minutes] What are the features of effective target-setting?

13 © Crown copyright RAISEonline model based on each pupil’s prior attainment compares top 50% and 25% of schools allows moderation of the suggested targets produces targets for: pupils groups cohort

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17 © Crown copyright RAISEonline A selection of reports showing aggregated results

18 © Crown copyright Delivering targets

19 © Crown copyright Effective target-setting based on prior attainment not CVA ambitious by improving rates of progress focused on equity as well as excellence owned by pupils and teachers builds in the impact of National Strategies’ and other programmes leads to improvements in learning and teaching pupils’ progress is regularly tracked and reviewed

20 © Crown copyright Task [5 minutes] What are the implications for your advice and support to your schools for next term’s target-setting process?

21 © Crown copyright Support for LAs RAISEonline website help facility 12 tutorials Today’s presentations on website Training for consultants?


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