Presentation on theme: "Kent Governors’ Association County Briefing 20 October 2014 Patrick Leeson Corporate Director Education and Young People’s Services."— Presentation transcript:
Kent Governors’ Association County Briefing 20 October 2014 Patrick Leeson Corporate Director Education and Young People’s Services
2014 Performance in Kent Improvements at EYFS, Key Stage 1 and 2 standards of education More volatile at GCSE and A Level Above national average at EYFS, KS1 and GCSE and in line at KS2 and A Level. Most of Kent’s performance is improving as it is nationally and for our statistical neighbours Achievement gaps are narrowing
Early Years Foundation Stage Good Level of development in 2014 – 69%. This is a significant increase of 6% compared to 2013. FSM achievement gap reduced to 12 % from 18% in 2013 Kent continues to be in the top 5% of LAs for EYFS performance
Key Stage 1 Level 2b+ Reading – 82%. This is above the National Average of 80.6% and is a 3% improvement on 2013 Level 2b+ Writing – 70%. This is in line with the National Average of 70% and is a 3 % improvement on 2013 Level 2b+ Maths – 82%. This is above the National Average of 80% and is a 3% improvement on 2013. Key Stage 1 is above or in line with National Average on every indicator
Key Stage 2 Level 4+ Reading, Writing and Maths combined is 79%. This is a 5% increase on 2013. In line with the National Average for the first time. Level 5+ Reading, Writing and Maths combined is 25%. Above the National Average of 24% and an improvement of 3% on 2013 Reading 2 Levels of progress is 91%. In line with the National Average of 91% and an improvement of 4% on 2013 Writing 2 Levels of progress is 93%. In line with the National Average of 93% and an improvement of 2% on 2013 Maths 2 Levels of progress is 89%. In line with the National Average of 89% and an improvement of 3% on 2013
Key Stage 4 GCSE Results Indicator 1: First Entry Results Kent : 56.6% National : 55.3% On this new indicator for 2013 we remain above the National Average by 1.3% Indicator 2: Best Exam Results Kent : 60.3% National : 58.2% This is a drop of 2.7% on the best result from 2013 but we remain above the National Average by 1.9%
Kent Headlines GCSE2013 national 2013 Kent 2014 national 2014 Kent 5A* - C inc Maths and English60%63%55%56% A* - C English68%71%67%70% A* - C Maths71% 67% A* - C Maths and English61%63%58%59% English Baccalaureate23%25%23%26% Post 162013 national 2013 Kent 2014 national 2014 Kent 3A* - A11% 12% APS7707984773801 APE213215214 2 AAB facilitating subjects13%14%13%14% 3 AAB facilitating subjects8%
Narrowing the FSM Gaps in Kent Significant improvement in the gap at KS2 for FSM - 17.8% compared to 25% in 2013. At KS2, 65.5% FSM pupils attained L4+ combined, compared to 83.3% non FSM pupils. Significantly better than 2013. At KS4 the provisional FSM gap is 33.4% compared to 34.5% in 2013. 30.0% FSM pupils attained 5+ GCSE including En and Maths compared to 63.4% non FSM pupils.
Narrowing the FSM Gaps in Kent (2) For KS2 the gap for 2 Levels of progress between FSM and Non FSM pupils in: –Reading was 4.9% (7.2% in 2013) –Writing was 4.0% (6.5% in 2013) –Maths was 3.7% (8.6% in 2013) For KS4 the provisional gap for 3 Levels of progress between FSM and Non FSM pupils in: –English was 21.7% (24.0% in 2013) –Maths was 28.7% (28.3% in 2013)
Narrowing the SEN Gaps in Kent At KS2 the provisional gap for pupils with SEN compared to non SEN pupils attaining L4+ combined in 2014 is 47.3% compared to 50% in 2013 At KS4 the provisional gap for pupils with SEN compare to non SEN pupils attaining 5+ GCSEs inc En and Maths in 2014 is 39.8% compared to 44.2% in 2013
Narrowing the CiC Gaps in Kent At KS2,attainment for CiC (Kent CiC) has fallen – 38.7% attained L4 combined in 2014 compared to 43% in 2013. At KS4, attainment for CiC (12 months +) has fallen to 8.2% attained 5 GCSE inc En and Maths in 2014 compared to 15.2% in 2013.
Good and Outstanding Schools We are continuing to make good progress in increasing the number of good or outstanding schools in Kent. In July 2014, 75% of schools were good and outstanding compared to 68% at the same time in 2013 and 59% in the previous year. In 2010-2011 only 55% of schools in Kent were judged good or better. The national average is now 80%. Nationally 71% of Secondary schools and 81% of Primary schools are good or outstanding.
Good and Outstanding Schools 73% of Primary schools 82% of Secondary schools 83% of Special schools and 91% of Pupil Referral Units 91% of early years settings are good or outstanding. This compares with 66% of Primary schools, 75% of Secondary schools and 75% of Special Schools in July 2013. Big variation across districts
Good and Outstanding Schools Currently, 77% of pupils attend a good or outstanding school. This includes 72% of Primary pupils, 83% of Secondary pupils, 88% of pupils attending Special schools and 96% of pupils attending a PRU. In 2012, 62% of pupils in Kent attended a good or outstanding school and this increased to 70% in 2013.
Good and Outstanding Schools 61% of the schools inspected last school year (99 out of 165) were judged good or outstanding The national average is 67% of schools recently inspected, in 2013-14, judged to be good or outstanding. Of the 128 Primary schools inspected over the year only 54% (66) achieved a good or outstanding outcome. 26 Secondary schools were inspected last year and 81% (21 schools) were judged good or better. Likewise, of the 12 Special schools inspected last year 75% (9 schools) got a good or outstanding judgement.
New Developments for School Collaborations Kent Teaching Alliances Use of KLEs Coordination in each area of NLEs and LLEs Development of Peer Reviews More Primary-Secondary collaboration Funding allocated by KAH Area Boards and SIAs, with some matched funding by schools Priorities to strengthen collaborations to have greater impact on pupil outcomes, achievement gaps and Ofsted performance
Priorities for the Year Ahead Implement and support SEND reforms, including further development of the LIFT process Support schools in delivering the new NC and assessment arrangements Develop closer working between Early Years settings, Children’s Centres and schools Continue to develop more coherent 14-19 offer including making best use of new qualifications and performance measures Deliver new Health Needs Service
Priorities for the Year Ahead Implement an effective Early Help and Preventative Service which supports schools, children and families and reduces levels of need Deliver 7 new Primary schools, 29 new forms of entry, 195 Reception places, 90 places in Years 1-5, and 60 new Year 7 places Work in more coordinated way with priority schools Continue to work with and support the development of the Kent Association of Headteachers