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  1. Guide toCaspa & Pupil Progress Data

  2. Why is it useful to analyse p scale pupil progress data?

  3. For the first time, we can answer questions about progress for our pupils…

  4. Doboysmake more progress thangirls? Do pupils make more progress in somesubjectsthan others?

  5. Do someyear groups make more progress than others? Do pupils with a particularcategory of needmakemore progress than others?

  6. What is CASPA?

  7. Caspa stands for Comparison & Analysis of Special Pupil Attainmentand is the database which holds all the collected P-level data.

  8. Pupils’ attainment is measured nationally in P-levels and National Curriculum levels. These have been collected from participating schools and local authorities to form a growing database of assessments.

  9. Within the CASPA database are trends which show the rates of progresspupils make when compared with pupils of a similar category of need.

  10. Here are the trend lines for PMLD

  11. Here are the trend lines for SLD

  12. Here are the trend lines for MLD

  13. We can plot pupils’ P-levels on these trend lines to see whether pupils are making expected levels of progress

  14. The following charts show pupils’ P level results plotted on the trend lineswith all their subject assessments combined and averaged…

  15. This MLD pupil is exceeding expected levels of progress

  16. This MLD pupil is meeting expected levels of progress

  17. This MLD pupil is makingless thanexpected levels of progress

  18. CASPA displays pupil progress data in many different ways.One of the most helpful shows what percentage of pupils have made most progress over time…

  19. Once progress over time is measured, the results for groups of pupils are shown in a RAG chart (red, amber, green)… Pupilsexceedexpected levels of progress Pupilsmeetexpected levels of progress Pupilsmake less thanexpected levels of progress

  20. What do we want to see for our school? lots of this… some of this… very little of this…

  21. When looking at the RAG charts, there are a few things toconsider before making judgementsabout the data displayed…

  22. Question what you see and interrogate the data before making judgements.

  23. How do we analyse the data?

  24. In addition to graphs, charts and data on individuals we can produce RAG charts in CASPA to help answer most of thequestionswe have about pupils’ progress and canfiltergroups by key stage, subject and so on

  25. Here are some sample RAG charts…….

  26. Whole school Who are the 23?

  27. 16% 17% 40% 44% 44% 39% lower lower meeting meeting exceeding exceeding Gender BOYS GIRLS

  28. Ethnicity

  29. 10% 12% 21% 44% 45% 32% 34% 58% 43% lower lower lower meeting meeting meeting exceeding exceeding exceeding Degree of Learning Difficulty MLD SLD PMLD

  30. 16% 20% 41% 60% 43% 20% lower lower meeting meeting exceeding exceeding Looked After Who are the pupils in LAC? Not in LAC In LAC

  31. Key Stages KS2 KS3 KS4 KS5

  32. NC Year Groups Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9 Yr10 Yr11 Yr12 Yr13 Yr14

  33. Science KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4