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Transcript of Progress Coordinator
Reviews with departments
Creating Awareness Transition process
Parental engagement Mentoring
Attendance and behaviour
Aspirational/ cultural experiences West Hill School Progress at West Hill We have: Lots of data -
Time for analysis -
Support Questions.... Why? HMI Chief Inspector, Foreword Ofsted case study of school's use of Pupil Premium 2013 Resources - Pupil Premium
Accountability In broad terms the Progress Coordinator must.... Check
Adapt Analysis Communication Collaboration Evaluation Adaptation How will we get there? Success Criteria? Attainment data
'Narrowing of the gap'
'Improving trends' Is data used to ensure that the most vulnerable boys are targeted for intervention? Is the intervention working? Are we checking if it is working consistently? Is the approach to intervention consistent? Is Pupil Premium money having an impact? Year 7 English: 64% boys making expected progress (1 sub level or more) Year 8 Maths: 67% of boys making expected progress (2 sub levels or more) Ofsted Benchmarks:
Grade 3= 70-80% - Adequate
Grade 4 = below 70% - Inadequate Bi-annual data, Pupil Premium Boys - Feb 2013 Questions??? Year 7 English intervention 40% of pupil premium boys in year 7 have made no progress since Sept
15% of pupil premium boys in year 7 have had English intervention
25 boys have had English intervention
5 of which were pupil premium
Recent data tells us that 11 pupil premium boys have not made progress and have not had intervention Data suggests that: