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    • TFLPriority, Performance and Partnership Children’s Forum Event June 13th 2012 Pam Weston/ Bill Morris Whatever it takes…
    • Poverty measures in Leicester• Benefit take-up in Leicester is high• Employment levels are low ( compared to national averages)• Unemployment levels are high – and disproportionately affect some communities more than others – e.g. Somalis, Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities• Skills levels are low – high proportion with low or no qualifications• 63% adults in Leicester have expressed difficulty in literacy
    • Indices of Multiple Deprivation
    • % in poverty0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% Spinney Hills New Parks Charnwood Freemen Braunstone Park & Rowley Fields Eyres Monsell Beaumont Leys Stoneygate Westcotes Coleman Abbey Belgrave Latimer NI116 % of Children in Poverty Castle Fosse Thurncourt Humberstone and Hamilton Evington Aylestone Rushey Mead Western Park City Average Knighton poverty by ward (1 in 3 = 27,000 !!) Children and young people (0-19) living in
    • Level Playing Field ? Map could show • Ethnicity breakdown • Deprivation • Achievement at KS2 /KS4 / 19+ • NEET •Life expectancy
    • The ‘High Jump’ approach to system- wide improvement Height in inches FosburyHeight in Inches Scissors Flop Fosbury Flop Straddle Western Roll Scissors 1900 1920 1952 1968 1996Grint, K. (2010) Wicked Problems and Clumbsy Solutions [PowerPoint slides] Retrieved from National College for Leadership of Schools and Childrens Services
    • Foundation Stage Outcomes (5 year trend)
    • Foundation Stage Headlines• In 2011, the gap between Leicester and national outcomes closed following a slight widening of the gap 2009-10. This rate of improvement is one of the fastest nationally.• The gap between the lowest performing 20% and all children in Leicester is now closer than it is nationally.• Wide variation between wards (48% Charnwood- 70% Evington)• Performance of Asian and Mixed Heritage groups are higher in Leicester than nationally.• Largest gap is for WBr (-7% against national)
    • Key Stage 1 outcomes
    • Reading at KS1
    • Leicester’s Reading Pledge Whatever it takes…We will do whatever it takes...To get every child in Leicesterreading.
    • KS1 Headlines• Outcomes at Level 2b and above have risen in all 3 subjects.• Gap between Leicester and national are closing• Boy’s outcomes rose higher than those for girls in reading, writing and maths.• Largest gap between Leicester and national are for WBr (-8% points)
    • Key Stage 2 outcomes
    • % making expected progress in English at KS2
    • % making expected progress in maths at KS2
    • KS2 Headlines (Attainment)• The attainment gap (level 4+ Combined) between Leicester and national has closed to 2% compared to an 8% gap in 2007• The gender gap has also closed to 2% for both boys and girls.• In 2007, the attainment gap between Leicester’s boys and national was 10%• In 2007, Leicester was ranked 148/151 local authorities. Our national rank in 2011 is 109/152
    • KS2 Headlines (Progress)• In English, both boys and girls exceeded national expectations for progress by 1%• In Maths, both boys and girls exceeded national expectations for progress by 2%• In Maths, boys made slightly better progress than girls (85% boys compared to 84% girls).
    • EIP % 5A*-C EM 2006 - 201160 52 4950 44 4140 34 363020100 EIP 2006 EIP 2007 EIP 2008 EIP 2009 EIP 2010 EIP 2011
    • Improvement in KS4 results in Leicester EIP schools 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011%A-C in English 46 50 53 56 61 67%A-C in Maths 41 43 47 52 58 60%Science 2 or more good 44 46 52 56 59 GCSE%5+A-C incl. E&M 34 36 41 44 48 52
    • KS4 attainment outcomes
    • Combined characteristicsEthnic Group Gender FSM Cohort Size %5A*-C(EM)Indian Female No 490 70Indian Female Yes 78 56White Male No 530 34 BritishWhite Male Yes 109 15 British
    • KS4 Progress
    • KS4 Headlines (Attainment)• Year on year improvement in GCSE attainment in the 3 core subjects since 2007• The attainment gap between boys and girls widened in 2010 but closed again in 2011, however, both groups improved.• National results for all pupils and girls improved more than in Leicester which has led to a widening of the attainment gap.
    • KS4 Headlines (Progress)• The expected progress in English in Leicester is better than national and the gap widened in 2011.• The picture in maths is less favourable. Expected progress is less than national and the gap is widening.• Outcomes for ‘disadvantaged groups’ are close to or exceed outcomes for the same groups nationally. However, the gap between this group and all pupils in Leicester, has widened since 2010.• The most significant gaps exist for all White groups and Black African Boys against national comparators.
    • KS4 relative performance
    • Standing at the Crossroads• 0-19 Strategic review• Changing role of the LA• Academies/ Free schools• New Ofsted Framework (Sept 2012)• School Funding Review (incl. Pupil Premium)• Schools as commissioners• New National Curriculum
    • Over-Arching Priorities• See CYPP – Maths (all phases but especially secondary) – Reading – Closing the achievement gap particularly for key groups (WBr, non-FSM, LAC) – Reduce Health Inequalities (child obesity, TP…)• Local and city-wide
    • 5 Top Tips for securing greater school engagement• Demonstrable Impact (standards, behaviour, attendance, raised ambition)• Evidence Based (see Sutton Trust recommendations re. Pupil Premium)• Quality Assured (‘kite-marked’)• Value for Money• Proven Track Record ( eg. Personal recommendation by another Head Teacher/ evidence of meeting local needs)
    • Contact DetailsPam Weston (Liz Warren)Strategic Primary Lead Headteacher(pam.weston@leicestercph.org.uk)(liz.warren@leicestercph.org.uk)Bill MorrisDirectorSecondary Education Improvement Partnership(bmorris@svc-leicester.org.uk)