Presentation on theme: "Progress, data and achievement Starter questions - True or False? 1.A student who arrives with a level 4 is expected to get a B 2.KS2 levels are not used."— Presentation transcript:
Progress, data and achievement Starter questions - True or False? 1.A student who arrives with a level 4 is expected to get a B 2.KS2 levels are not used to measure subjects other than English and maths 3.In 2016 the 5 GCSE A*-C measure will no longer be used 4.Nationally 60% of students make at least 3 levels progress KS2-4 and 40% make 4 levels progress 5.Up to 2021 Ks2 levels will be used to measure progress at KS4 Please Sit in Depts thanks
2014 Wolf review implemented First entry counts for performance tables 2015 Some schools opt for progress 8 2016 1-8 scale used for attainment 8 / progress 8 New KS2 assessments (sept 2016 Y7) 2017 First reformed GCSE taken (EN+MA) 1-9 scale used for performance tables 2018 More reformed GCSE’s 2019 Last batch of reformed GCSE’s 2021 Pupils with new KS2 assessment from 2016 are now Y11
Our School 50% A*-C inc En+ma Gap has closed to 2%
Rates of progress and MEG’s 1.MEG will be the minimum expected grade for each student based on their KS2 entry profile 2.We would expect all staff and students to aim for higher – a MEG is not a target ! 3.MEG’s are directly linked to Raiseonline and the transition matrices for expected progress 4.In the raiseonline library you can see how 40 different subjects are measured by the DFE 5.MEG’s will be linked to progress reports, parents evenings, PLC’s, appraisal, DFE, OFSTED.
Effective use of data Data will be shared with parents and students three times a year Data will still be collected 5 times a year for internal purposes – This will need to include C’s + E’s Each time you input your data on Progresso please can you also update your seating plans Seating plans should show current, predicted and target grades for each student and a summary of the class and targeted interventions and support taking place.
Teacher’s Desk IWBWhiteboard door Summary of interventions for students not making expected progress SEN National G&T LAC P Premium EAL No of ks2 level 4 No of Ks2 level 5+ % TARGETS A*-C % teacher prediction % on track for 3 levels progress % on track for 3+ levels progress
Pixl fine grading - updated definitions reminder A*-G New definition C1 Certain to get a grade C, only a few marks away from next grade, but still a C C2 Solid and consistent grade C C3 Weak grade C D1 Certain to get a grade D, only a few marks away from next grade, but still a D D2 Solid and consistent grade D D3 Weak grade D Etc.
Flight path and MEG We will not use targets We are aiming for each student to make two sub-levels of progress each year so that they meet their MEG KS4 MEG
14 Overview of KS4 accountability reforms 5A*-C replaced by ‘Progress 8’ for floor standards Additional reporting of – ‘Attainment 8’ – Maths and English – Ebacc – Other valid qualifications Double weighting of maths and English in Progress 8 and Attainment 8 New approach applies to all for 2016 results Moving our system to expected and more than expected progress prepares us for Progress 8 and how students will be measured from their starting points in all subjects
GROUP 3 ‘Open group’ Remaining Ebacc qualifications and other approved qualifications (GCSEs and other approved academic, arts or vocational qualifications) GROUP 2 Ebacc qualifications (sciences, computer science, geography, history and languages) GROUP 1 English: Double weighted* Maths: Double weighted *Higher score of English Language or English Literature double weighted if a student has taken both qualifications Progress 8 explained 15 12 3 4 5678
Did the class/student make expected progress? Expected progress made ? No further action required Not made 1. How far away? – how many? 3. What do you need to prioritise? 2. ID the problem(s) How well do you know your students? 1.Is it a lack of progress over several yrs? 2.Is subject knowledge the issue? 3.Are subject skills the issue? 4.Is revision/exam technique an issue? 5.Is exam performance an issue? 6.Is classwork / homework OK? 7.Is controlled assessment OK? 8.Is CA target grade +1 9.Is attendance an issue ? 10.Do you have detailed planning based on knowledge of student data? 11.Do you share / feedback success criteria? Will this make the most impact? How will you plan & manage interventions or the RAP?
Timeline for introduction KS3-4 1 Share with staff Nov 5 th Follow up assemblies with each year group week after by 21.11.14 2 Kelly / Katie will implement changes on system before next data drop in early November KS2 validated data shared with depts. by end of November (not released yet) New validated Raise online report end of November (not released yet) 3 Letter home to parents + newsletter + Website explaining changes and link in to everything that we do (21.11.14) 1st progress report goes home in December (19.12.14)with new flight path and MEG