Presentation on theme: "Park Brow Community Primary School November 2014.."— Presentation transcript:
Park Brow Community Primary School November 2014.
We have always used Levels. All schools have been judged on attainment by the number of Level 2+ at the end of Key Stage 1 or Level 4+ at the end of Key Stage 2. A child on average is expected to achieve a Level 2B at the end of Year 2 and a Level 4B at the end of Year 6. Progress is judged on the number of pupils making 2 levels of progress i.e. a level 2 to a level 4.
The new 2014 curriculum has higher expectations of pupils than the previous curriculum. The levels previously used such as 2b, 4b etc are no longer in use (except for Years 2 & 6 for this academic year only).
Used Pupil Premium funding to increase staff ratio and rise to the challenge of the new curriculum. Updated our English and Maths Scheme to meet the new curriculum demands. Senior Leaders have met with Eammon Farrar (Assertive Mentoring Creator) to look at ways of working without levels. Devised a new Pupil Profile overview.
Mentor = Teacher, TA or SLT Meet every term as minimum Every half term if needed Meetings last 10-15 min Must be 1:1 Must be out of class Must be Assertive Include parent consultations Replace IEP reviews
Focussed teaching Know here they are Relevant intervention Personalised learning Motivation Targets met Success
We will send parents a pupil profile summarising your child’s progress against their targets & age related expectations every half term
Know your child’s targets Support them in achieving them Support the school Attend the Mentoring meetings