National Funding Formula 2020-2021

On 11 October 2019, the provision allocations for schools for 2020-2021 was released. You can see the percentage increase for your school, and for neighbouring schools, on the display below. Red indicates a per-pupil increase of around the minimum of 1.84%.Orange indicates a per-pupil increase of around 4-6%.Blue indicates a per-pupil increase of more than around 6%. var divElement = document.getElementById('viz1570789000233'); var vizElement = divElement.getElementsByTagName('object')[0]; vizElement.style.width='100%';vizElement.style.height=(divElement.offsetWidth*0.75)+'px'; ...
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GCSE data needed

If you have access to any of the following, could you please send them securely to phillip.burton@nottinghamcity.gov.uk or send them through S2S. I have already received any documents which have been struck-through, so I don't need these again. If there are any other boards for these subjects that you use, please let me know. AQA For AQA, could you please send me (either by securely email or S2S) the question papers for English and Maths, and the Mark Schemes for Science. They will be available from the AQA website 10 days after the exams. As you can see, I have got the Maths and English papers, but need the Science mark schemes. However, these are not published on Results Day. Maths - Question Papers: 1F, 1H, 2F, 2H, 3F, 3HEnglish Language - Question Papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2English Literature - Question Papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2Physics - Mark Scheme: 1F, 1H, 2F, 2HChemistry - Mark Scheme: 1F, 1H, 2F, 2HBiology - Mark Scheme: 1F,...
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How does the DfE and Ofsted measure Progress at Key Stage 1?

Why should KS1 progress be measured at all? Paragraphs 185 and 187 of Ofsted's School Inspection Handbook, which is the manual for Ofsted inspectors, include the following: 185. Inspectors will take account of current standards and progress, including the school’s own performance information, and make a relevant judgement on academic and other learning outcomes for pupils by evaluating the extent to which all pupils:•progress well from their different starting points and achieve or exceed standards expected for their age nationally (at the end of a key stage), or within the school’s own curriculum...187. In judging achievement, inspectors will give most weight to pupils’ progress. They will take account of pupils’ starting points in terms of their prior attainment and age when evaluating progress. Within this, they will give most weight to the progress of pupils currently in the school, taking account of how this compares with the progress of recent cohorts, where there are any. Inspectors will consider the progress of...
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Reception Baseline Assessment Pilot announced

News Story - 27 February 2019 The national pilot of the reception baseline assessment will take place from September 2019, go live in 2020, will take around 20 minutes, and will have the following 8 indicators: mathematics tasks (45%-55%)early number early calculation (early addition/subtraction) mathematical language early understanding of shape early literacy, communication and language tasks (45%-55%)early vocabulary phonological awareness early reading early comprehension The response formats include: oral response (30–40%)pointing (25–35%)ordering or moving objects (25–35%) Schools can sign up to the pilot between 1 March and 5 April 2019. The maximum number of marks available will be 45, although some tasks may be omitted that pupils are unlikely to be successful in. Each pupil will be presented with activities which are worth at least 26 marks – any omitted tasks will score zero. It is not a test, and there will be no pass mark. Early Years providers will receive narrative feedback instead of the score. Why is reception baseline being done? The purpose of the reception baseline assessment is to provide an on-entry assessment of pupil attainment...
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KS2 2018 Ranks – Maths Exp+

On this page you can match your school percentage of "pupils reaching the expected standard in maths", and find your percentage rank.A "1" indicates the top 1% of all schools; a "100" indicates the bottom 1% of all schools. Percentage of pupils reaching the expected standard in maths ResultPercentile Rank0%-32%10033%99 to 10034%-39%9940%98 to 9941%-43%9844%97 to 9845%-46%9747%96 to 9748%-49%9650%95 to 9651%94 to 9552%9453%93 to 9454%9355%92 to 9356%91 to 9257%90 to 9158%89 to 9059%88 to 8960%87 to 8861%86 to 8762%85 to 8663%83 to 8564%82 to 8365%80 to 8266%79 to 8067%77 to 7968%75 to 7769%73 to 7570%71 to 7371%68 to 7172%67 to 6873%64 to 6774%62 to 6475%59 to 6276%57 to 5977%54 to 5778%51 to 5479%48 to 5180%44 to 4881%42 to 4482%39 to 4283%35 to 3984%33 to 3585%30 to 3386%27 to 3087%24 to 2788%21 to 2489%19 to 2190%16 to 1991%14 to 1692%12 to 1493%9 to 1294%8 to 995%6 to 896%697%4 to 598%3 to 499%3100%1 to 3 ...
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Analyse School Performance update – October 2018

The Analyse School Performance (ASP) website been updated with schools’ provisional KS2 data. This is around 3 weeks later than in 2017. Unlike last year, this provisional data release also includes data on schools’ disadvantaged pupils. In addition to this year’s data, there are also 2 new tabs: Key stage 2 three year average This is a weighted average of your school’s performance over the last 3 years for the following measures: Reading, Writing and Maths combined at the Expected Standard, Reading, Writing and Maths combined at the Higher Standard, Your school’s Average Scaled Score in Reading and Your school’s Average Scaled Score in Maths. This was announced in July 2018 in page 8 of the DfE’s ”2018 School and College Performance Tables: Statement of Intent”, and is described as “Three years of headline measures”. As this is a weighted average, it does not show 3 separate figures for 2016, 2017 and 2018. Instead, it is a single figure per measure, and is compared with your...
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