Andy Keen - Target Setting New Approach SSAT Ach

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How do we make our subject targets more
meaningful to…
 Us as teachers ?
 Students as learners ?
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How do we do this within a transparent
framework of accountability?
SSAT Achievement Show
June 14th 2011
Andy Keen
Deputy Headteacher
Holly Lodge Girls’ College. Liverpool
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11-18 comprehensive in Liverpool
NoR – 1200
FSM – 42%
High levels of deprivation
Cohorts well below national on KS2 Scores
5A*-c inc EM 2008 – 33%
5A*-c inc EM 2010 – 51%
5A*-c inc EM 2011 – 60%?
Pre 2004 – TAP Days/VA residuals
2004 – Targets set centrally for all students in all
subjects using FFT data
 2005 – Class and subject residuals generated
after exams
 2004 – 2008 – Various changes to targets set.
(move to FFT D, Professional targets in some
subjects)
 2008 – Professional targets introduced to sixth
form
 2009 – New target setting system introduced
 2011 - First set of results under new system
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We are now well versed in using data
Technology has changed
Quality of data has improved greatly
Accessibility of data has improved greatly
We can now set and own our targets
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March 2009 – Data Enabler Consultancy
April-June 2009 – System finalised and tested
July 2009 – Trialled with middle leaders
October 2009 – INSET Day launch
September 2010 – Analysis of Y10 results
October 2010 – INSET day used to revise Y11
targets and set Y10 targets
August 2011 – First full results due
Statistical data based on
prior attainment
Challenge
Professional judgement
and knowledge of teacher
 Departments identify class and subject
targets using Jesson data via Data Enabler
 Class teachers use FFT D data and professional
knowledge to set targets for individual
students
 Department works together to check that
individual targets will meet class and subject
targets
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SIMS marksheets have Jesson quintiles on in
Y10
Count up numbers in each quintile in classes
and subjects
Use Data Enabler to calculate %A*-C for the
subject overall and each individual class
Record these on subject record sheet
www.schoolsnetwork.org.uk
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All Y10 exam classes have FFT Data sheets
showing % chances of students achieving
different grades
Use this data and professional knowledge of
students to set the target
Note the target on the class sheet
Enter the target into SIMS marksheet
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Missing KS2 Data
Wrong class lists
Subjects not on Data Enabler
Late starters
BTEC/OCR
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Year 10 –
 Ensure that student targets in groups reach
Jesson expectation. If not identify who you will try
to push up.
 Work together in subjects to ensure that student
and class targets add up to reach Jesson
expectation each subject. If not identify who will
receive intervention
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Year 11
 Some adjustments within the Jesson estimates
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Decided not to analyse against targets set by
staff as disincentive to aspirational targets
Results will be analysed by group and subject
against Jesson expectations to determine
progress made
Statistical data based on
prior attainment
Challenge
Professional judgement
and knowledge of teacher
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Andy Keen
Deputy Headteacher
Holly Lodge Girls’ College, Liverpool
0151 228 3772
[email protected]

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