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Executive Officer Team Attainment in Perth and Kinross Schools September 2013.

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1 Executive Officer Team Attainment in Perth and Kinross Schools September 2013

2 Introduction  Continuing to raise standards of performance  S4 and S6 best or equal to the best in over ten years −Standard Grade General/Credit and Intermediate 1/2 −S6 learners at Advanced Higher  Slight dip in performance at S5 compared to last year but remains stronger than in previous years  Continuing good progress in relation to SQA national and comparator benchmarks  Continuing good progress in relation to Curriculum for Excellence

3 12 April 2015 Raising Attainment S4 Scale: 14 points

4 12 April 2015 Benchmarking S4 Scale: 14 points

5 12 April 2015 Raising Attainment S5 Scale: 14 points

6 12 April 2015 Benchmarking S5 Benchmarking S5 Scale: 14 points

7 12 April 2015 Raising Attainment S6 Raising Attainment S6 Scale: 14 points

8 12 April 2015 Benchmarking S6 Benchmarking S6 Scale: 14 points

9 Curriculum for Excellence (CfE)  Primary and S1 – S3  Coherent approach to planning the curriculum, learning, teaching and assessment essential  A range of approaches to assess progress in learning  Creating a Standard Together  No like for like comparisons between 5-14 levels of attainment

10 Curriculum for Excellence (CfE)  P4 most continue to make good progress at First Level or beyond in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and almost all with Listening and Talking  P7 most pupils made good progress at Second Level or beyond with their learning in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Listening and Talking  S3 most made good progress at Level 3 or beyond with their learning in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Listening and Talking

11 Narrowing the Gap

12 Looked After Children Main Language Other Than English  Continued success supporting learning  Almost all (90%) S4 pupils with a main language other than English, and 78% of those who are not assessed as competed or fluent in English, achieved five awards at Access 3/Standard Grade Foundation (Level 3) or better. Indicator % S4 Looked After Children Achieving… % All S4 Pupils Achieving… English and Level 3 or above 81.0%73.9%98% 3 or better42.9%73.9%98% 4 or better14.3%26.1%88%

13 Continuing to Improve  Early Years Strategy  Improving the quality of teaching and learning  Review the use of self-evaluation information provided by schools  Improve approaches in schools to better meeting the needs of learners  Broaden the range of planned opportunities for achievement  Continuing to embed literacy, numeracy and health and well being  Improving assessment and moderation  Evaluating the impact of strategic curriculum plans on learning  School based curriculum plans for senior phase  Increased choice and opportunity for young people  Enhancing provision for secondary pupils with social, emotional and behavioural needs  Continuing to raise the achievement and attainment of Looked After Children

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