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1 October 12, 2014 Education Bradford Aspirations and Emergent Strategy

2 October 12, 2014 Education Bradford

3 2009 Year of Education

4 Children’s Plan Vision

5 Achieve better outcomes, reverse trends, turn the curve, narrow gaps Intervene earlier and reduce vulnerability and risk for children and families Prevent or minimise poorer outcomes Involve, empower and support parents and families Commission more effectively Use information more systematically Achieve more integrated working between professionals Aspiration to ….

6 How?

7 In the changing environment:- Political Legislative Structural

8 Working together with a shared vision and strategy for achievement How?

9 The whole point of schools is that children come first… …and everything we do must reflect this single goal “Students First”

10 All children have access to successful and effective schools Achievement and attainment gaps are narrowed All children access excellent opportunities and learn successfully Our ambitions Our Ambitions

11 Raising Achievement Strategy Group  4 Days  Headteachers + Local Authority + Education Bradford Task:Develop a strategy for the next 3 – 5 years that enables us to raise achievement  Underpinning principles  Areas of focus  Engagement – endorsement from wider headteacher group

12 Collaboration Deep learning and student voice Learning and Leadership Local solutions Our ambitions Our principles Quality teaching Our Principles

13 “If you can’t see it in classrooms, it’s not there.” Richard Elmore

14 … and specifically, it’s the teacher…

15 Collaboration Deep learning and student voice Learning and Leadership Local solutions Our ambitions Our principles Quality teaching Language for learning Leadership for learning Locality Achievement Partnerships Core Powerful learning Areas of Focus

16 We Already Achieve!  LAP Booklet  BACs – Impact  First year targets met and exceeded in all areas  Trust and respect developed between school and between schools and other partners.  Strong commissioning role  Sharing of resources  Intra-BAC development  Cross phase development

17 Key Stage 2 – Level 4 06/0707/0808/09 PrincevilleEnglish & Maths GreengatesEnglish & Maths KillinghallEnglish & Maths586776

18 Key Stage 4 – 5 A*-C Bradford Improvement (2008 – 2009)4.7% National Improvement (2008 – 2009)2.2% Schools with 10% + Improvement  Beckfoot11%  Belle Vue Girls’10%  Greenhead11%*  Parkside10%  St Bede’s12%  Tong13%  Yorkshire Martyrs14%* * Went above Floor Targets as did Nab Wood

19 Themes and Levers  Language for Learning  Leadership for Learning  Powerful Learning Locality Achievement Partnership Pupil and Parent Voice

20 Key Stage 2 - Targets resulttargettarget % % % English & Maths Level 4+ Pupils eligible for free school meals All pupils in LA cohort English progress KS1 to KS2 Pupils eligible for free school meals9194 All pupils in LA cohort8993 Maths progress KS1 to KS2 Pupils eligible for free school meals9091 All pupils in LA cohort8992

21 Key Stage 4 - Targets resulttargettarget % % % English & Maths Level 4+ Pupils eligible for free school meals All pupils in LA cohort English progress KS2 to KS4 Pupils eligible for free school meals72 All pupils in LA cohort68.9 Maths progress KS2 to KS4 Pupils eligible for free school meals65 All pupils in LA cohort62.3


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