Presentation on theme: "Anchorsholme Primary School Headteacher: Graeme Dow 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 97% SchoolSchoolNational Average 200720082008 Number of."— Presentation transcript:
Anchorsholme Primary School Headteacher: Graeme Dow 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 97% SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM Pupil mobility6.8%7.7%16.6%(Below national average) English L4+99%90%81%(Well above national average) Maths L4+93%97%78%(Well above national average) English and Maths 88% CVA (Unvalidated results) Attendance96.1%95.8%94.7%(Also positive compared with other similar schools) Link Adviser Comments - The school suffered particularly badly in the 2008 national tests debacle. A significant number of papers were sent for remarking, with alterations of two national curriculum levels resulting in some cases. Science results were not recorded accurately, with children marked as absent who were present. Following protracted discussion between the school and QCA, results were finalised in February 2009, and the school received a written apology. Link Adviser highlights and developments – Personal development and well being were judged as outstanding in the 2007 inspection. School is focussing on the development of writing across the school and developing the use of Primary National Strategy Assessing Pupil Progress materials. Video conferencing links are well established between Anchorsholme and pupils and professionals across the globe.
Bispham Endowed Primary School Headteacher: Mrs Jo Hirst 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 78% SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM15.7%13%16.6% Pupil mobility25.2%16.1%16.7%(2007 lower because of issues to do with Primary status) English L4+87%86%81%(Significantly above national average) Maths L4+90%88%78%(Significantly above national average) English and Maths 83%83% CVA (Significantly better than average) Attendance95.6%95.1%94.7% (Bottom quartile in 2008 (good) Link Adviser Comments: A good school with many strengths, good leadership at all levels HT, SLT and Governors. Standards at KS2 significantly better than national average along with progress in KS2. Changing footprint for intake now drawing children from a wider range of deprived areas in Blackpool Link Adviser highlights and developments: Headteacher participating in NCSL “Head for the Future” programme and using own school for projects associated with the course. Head also a Primary Strategy Consultant Leader and currently working with Mereside Primary
Norbreck Primary School Headteacher: Mrs Karen McCarter 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 91 SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM Pupil mobility higher than average –top 40% English sustaining above average attainment Maths improvement in 2008 after determined focus by school English and Maths 7887improvement due to improved maths CVA year average is (sig+). English drop in 2LP in Eng to 85% and a rise in Maths to 84% Attendance below target of 95.6 Link Adviser Comments - School is currently discussing buildings development as part of PCP. Extensive refurbishment and some new building. New nursery on site. Link Adviser highlights and developments. Focus is KS1 writing. Tracking system developed. Enriched curriculum with emphasis on creativity balanced with academic success
St Bernadettes Catholic Primary School Headteacher: Mr Sean O’Hare 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 94 SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM Pupil mobility English Maths English and Maths 85 CVA Attendance Link Adviser Comments - The school is an ICT Mark School, and supports the One to One laptop Programme in KS2. The school has high quality play facilities, Personalise Learning Agenda and supports families in an innovative way. Link Adviser highlights- St Bernadettes is a member of the Kaizen learning network and with other Blackpool primary schools is working to share good practice in teaching and learning. The school is developing independent learning opportunities and collaborative learning opportunities
St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School Headteacher: Elizabeth Yates 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 70% SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM9.8%11.3%16.6% Pupil mobility16.5%16.8%16.6%(There are places in all year groups) English84%87%81%(Risen to above national average) Maths61%83%78%(Major improvement in 2008) English and Maths 80% CVA (This has improved from sig- in 2007 to in line with national) Attendance95.9%95.1%94.7%(Attendance is good, and persistent absence is very low) Link Adviser Comments - The school has a new SIP/Link adviser whose work has focused on supporting the school with monitoring and evaluation of mathematics teaching and learning. This has involved paired lesson observations with senior leadership team, pupil interviews and pupil work scrutiny. Link Adviser highlights and developments - The school is viewed as having good practice in relation to inclusion. In addition to the school’s focus on the less able children, school monitoring and evaluation is developing in relation to more able children Children have been working with a local artist and their work has been on display at The Comrades of the Great War in Blackpool town centre.
Westcliff Primary School Headteacher: Mrs Susan Wilson 2009 Target for English and Maths combined = 91 SchoolSchoolNational Average Number of pupils on roll % FSM Pupil mobility Below Bp and national average English substantially above national average. In line with FFTD Maths Improved on 07 but below FFT B English and Maths CVA Lp Eng is LP ma is 59.4 Issue is level 3 to 5 maths. Eng CVA 99.3 Ma 98.7 and sig-School addressing issue. Attendance Target of 95.8 met Link Adviser Comments - School received judgement of outstanding for Ofsted in January 2009, despite slight dip in maths. New extension to school now in use. Link Adviser highlights and developments. Key areas: maths which is expected to improve in writing. Ofsted area to develop is use of Assessment for learning especially in maths. Leadership and management processes being developed with some staffing and management structure changes.