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2011 Results – Key Messages. James White Improvement and Partnerships. Foundation Stage - attainment. Note – national 2011 figures may be revised. Foundation Stage – attainment gap. % gap between the median score and the mean score of the lowest attaining 20%

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2011 results key messages

2011 Results – Key Messages

James White

Improvement and Partnerships

foundation stage attainment
Foundation Stage - attainment

Note – national 2011 figures may be revised

foundation stage attainment gap
Foundation Stage – attainment gap

% gap between the median score and the mean score of the lowest attaining 20%

Note – national 2011 figures may be revised

key stage 2 floor standards
Key Stage 2 – floor standards

Current floor standards are: 60% (L4+ in E&M), 87% (2+ levels progress English), 86% (2+ levels progress maths)

role of governors
Role of Governors
  • Hold H/T and senior team to account
  • Focus on the attainment and educational experience of the children in your school
  • Set the targets and strategic direction of the school
  • ‘Ask the right questions’
key questions 1
Key Questions(1)
  • What did the school predict its KS outcomes would be last year? What actually happened? If there was a big difference, why?
  • What are the predictions for this year? What are they based on? Is the school confident in the predictions? Why?
  • How often are teachers required to report on the progress their pupils are making? Is the teacher’s assessment validated in any way?
key questions 2
Key Questions(2)
  • How often do Governors receive information about predicted results for this year’s cohort? If school collate this on a half termly basis, do Governors see it?
  • Do Governors receive an easy to understand, neutral review of standards and achievement on an annual basis? Who provides this?