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Are teacher assessments similar to the test results? ● Are they above, in line with or below average average? ● Are they above, in line with or below the LEA below the national average? ● Are the results in all tests above, in line with or Key Stage 1 – (comparisons Autumn Package and LEA data profile) Tests and tasks School’s baseline (from LEA data profile) ● Is it above, in line with or below the LEA average? ● Is it above, in line with or below average when compared with similar schools in the LEA?
2 CALCULATING AVERAGE POINTS FOR KEY STAGE 1 TEST Points A D W 1 2C 2B 2A 3 4 0 0 3 9 13 15 17 21 27 Multiply number of pupils by points in box above No. of pupils scoring at each grade or level Total points Disregard Disregard Divide the total number of points from the test by the number of pupils eligible for inclusion (not those in A and D). Or use the box below to complete the calculation. 3 shows a worked example. 3 CALCULATING AVERAGE POINTS – A WORKED EXAMPLE Test Reading Points A D W 1 2C 2B 2A 3 4 0 0 3 9 13 15 17 21 27 Multiply number of pupils by points in box above No.
Might there be issues that relate to the LEA’s? Are the school’s statistics similar ● ● ● ● that achieve similar test results? profile of spending as schools Does the school have a similar educational support staff? Percentage of budget spent on teachers’ salaries? Percentage of budget spent on resources per pupil Percentage of budget on learning spending in the LEA: compare with the pattern of How does the school’s spending Expenditure ● ● absence Attendance and unauthorised by LEA Data analysed of this information and when?