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School Sixth Form Funding. 2008/09 Success Rates. London: 12 th November 2010. Championing Young People’s Learning. Where does the data come from?. DfE contractor. How does the YPLA use your data?. SLNs. Funding Rate per SLN. Provider Factor. Additional Learning Support. x. x.

School Sixth Form Funding

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## School Sixth Form Funding

2008/09 Success Rates

London: 12th November 2010

Championing Young People’s Learning

Where does the data come from?

DfE contractor

How does the YPLA use your data?

SLNs

Funding

Rate per SLN

Provider

Factor

Learning

Support

x

x

+

+

Teacher’s

Pension

Contribution

What role does success play?

Provider Factor

Area

Cost

Programme

Weighting

Success

Factor

=

x

x

x

How is your Success Factor calculated?

Success

Factor

Success

Rate

2

0.5

=

÷

+

How is your Success Factor calculated?

100%

or 1.0

Success

Factor

Success

Rate

How is your Success Rate calculated?

Starts

Achievement

Success

Rate

=

How is your Success Rate calculated?

census data

Starts

Achievement

How is your census data interpreted?

UNKNOWN

ACHIEVED

STARTS

WITHDRAWN

How is your census data interpreted?

UNKNOWN

• Learning aims that

• have not been

• matched against

• awarding body data

• These records

• are disregarded

• Field “UNKNOWN”= “1”

How is your census data interpreted?

• The number of learning

• aims due to be completed

ACHIEVED

STARTS

WITHDRAWN

How is your census data interpreted?

Completed

Withdrawn

Continuing

How is your census data interpreted?

• Learning aims that have

• been matched to awarding

• body data and have been

• recorded as “completed”

• by the school

• Field A34 = “2”

Completed

How is your census data interpreted?

• Learning aims where the

• learner has been withdrawn

• These count as “No

• Achievement”

• Field “UNKNOWN” = “0”

• & Field “ACHIEVE” = “0”

Withdrawn

How is your census data interpreted?

• Learning aims which are

• being delivered over more

• than one year

• Field A34 = “1”

Continuing

How is your census data interpreted?

Completed

Withdrawn

How is your census data interpreted?

Achieved

Withdrawn

No

Achievement

How is your census data interpreted?

• Completed learning aims

• where the student has

• passed the course

• Field “ACHIEVE” = “1”

Achieved

How is your census data interpreted?

• Completed learning aims

• where the student has not

• passed the course

• Field A35 = “3”

No

Achievement

How is your census data interpreted?

Starts

Achievement

Achieved

Withdrawn

No

Achievement

• Step 1

• Check your school’s success rate

• Is it generally what you expected?

• Yes

• No further

• action required

• No

• Success rate is significantly

• different from expectation

• Go to Step 2

• Step 2

• Identify missing achievements

Check

Amount of

Learning

Aims

Check

Unknowns

Check

Withdrawals

Step 3

Supporting evidence

• Do:

• Provide YPLA with

• “auditable” supporting

• evidence

• Do not:

• data return again

and supporting evidence by

30th November 2010

2008/09 Success Rates

## School Sixth Form Funding

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London: 12th November 2010

Championing Young People’s Learning

Which qualifications count?

• All qualification that are eligible for funding

• are listed on the Learning Aims Database

• All learning aims are included in the Success

• Rate calculation at Level 3, 2, 1 (not Key Skills)

• Year 12, Year 13 and Year 14 are included

• in the Success Rate calculation

What impact do dates have?

• For 2008/09 only school’s should check that

• estimated completion dates and actual

• completion dates are recorded as the same day

• 31st July 2009 is the last day that a learning

• aim can complete in 2008/09

Do I have to cash-in?

• New cashing-in rules have been introduced

• for 2010/11. These do not apply to 2008/09.

• Continuing learners and those recorded

• as transferred do not count as withdrawals.

• Consequently they do not have a negative

• impact on success rates.

What grades count as an achievement?

• Achievement is measured on pass / fail basis