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  1. Subject Leader Development Meeting November 2007

  2. Programme 0915 – 1030 Session 1 • KS2, 3 and 4 results • KS5 results • Functional Skills update • New secondary curriculum update • Initiatives coming your way 1100 – 1200 Session 2 • Collaborative planning • New resources – Maths Watch

  3. Objectives • To brief subject leaders on standards at key stage 2, 3, 4 and 5 • To update subject leaders on developments in functional skills, secondary national curriculum and other initiatives

  4. National (and Staffordshire) Key Stage 2 Summary – best improvement for 7 years at L4+

  5. Staffordshire Mathematics KS2 and KS3 results over time

  6. KS3 National (and Staffordshire) KS3 ResultsLevel 5+

  7. National:Best ever results in science and ICT; 1 ppt improvement in English but 1 ppt fall in mathematics KS3 2007 results English: 74 Maths: 76 Science: 73 ICT: 74 Source: KS3 National Curriculum Assessments SFR Coverage: All pupils

  8. KS3 Staffordshire provisional

  9. At level 6+ there has been a decline in English and mathematics and no change in science KS3

  10. KS3 National (and Staffordshire) KS3 ResultsLevel 6+

  11. Provisional Staffordshire KS4 results 2007

  12. 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 46.9 47.9 49.4 48.3 49.8 52 51 57 National 47.7 48.1 51 48.5 48.7 51 52 58 LA Mathematics Key Stage 4 Results: A* - C(Provisional)

  13. Provisional Staffordshire KS4 results 2007

  14. KS3 - 4 Key Stage 3 to 4 Progression

  15. Standards Raising Standards What are the key actions that make a difference to standards? Which of these actions can you influence? What might you do differently this year?

  16. 2 year condensed KS3 Current and Future Developments L5+ in Ma & En Renewed Intervention APP Functional Skills New PoS for KS3 GCSE 2 Diplomas New PoS for KS4 5 A* - C incl Ma & En Increasing leaving age to 18 Further Maths Centre Study Plus A level

  17. Pilot Schools/Colleges

  18. Diplomas There are 17 proposed diplomas

  19. Comparing the diploma at each level – across each line

  20. Functional Skills update 'although assessment of functional skills will be through a stand-alone test, at school level, that is the tip of a wider set of reforms that see functional skills incorporated into KS3 and KS4 programmes of study and more functional and applied approaches being reflected in "mainstream" English, maths and ICT GCSE.  It is still the intention that from 2010, achieving level 2 functional skills will be necessary in order to achieve GCSE grades A*-C in those subjects.‘ – DCSF

  21. Functional Skills Update • The mathematics pilot will be a stand alone qualification taken alongside current Mathematics GCSE • Functional skills standards are to be incorporated into revised specifications for GCSE for first teaching 2010 • Functional skills is an integral part of the new secondary curriculum for mathematics (KS3 and 4) • It is the intention of QCA that functional skills will carry points post 2010 • There are 12 awarding bodies that can offer functional skills at the various levels (EL1, 2 and 3, Level 1 and 2)

  22. Functional Skills update • Assessment should be a minimum of 1 hour and a maximum of 3 hours • Assessment must meet the QCA principles: task based examination or task based and exam question • Learners must achieve a pass at level 2 in order to achieve GCSE A* - C in Mathematics • The award will be offered 2 or 3 times per year, depending on the award body

  23. Functional Skills updates • OCR www.ocr.org.uk/news_and_events/1419news/1419news_2007_21.html • AQA http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gcse/functional_skills.php • Edexcel http://developments.edexcel.org.uk/fs/assessment/

  24. New Secondary Curriculum The curriculum should enable all young people to become: • successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve • confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives • responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

  25. New Secondary Curriculum The new key stage 3 and 4 programmes of study are to be implemented as follows: • Year 7 from September 2008 • Year 8 from September 2009 • Year 9 from September 2010 • Key Stage 4 from September 2010 curriculum.qca.org.uk/

  26. New Secondary Curriculum http://curriculum.qca.org.uk/subjects/index.aspx Programme of study for key stages 3 and 4 The importance of mathematics • 1. Key concepts • 2. Key processes • 3. Range and content • 4. Curriculum opportunities

  27. The Importance of Mathematics Mathematics equips pupils with uniquely powerful ways to describe, analyse and change the world. It can stimulate moments of pleasure and wonder for all pupils when they solve a problem for the first time, discover a more elegant solution, or notice hidden connections. Pupils who are functional in mathematics and financially capable are able to think independently in applied and abstract ways, and can reason, solve problems and assess risk

  28. New Secondary Curriculum • Are there any obvious differences or similarities at KS3? • What are the implications for teaching and learning in Y7 from September 2008? • What are the key actions to prepare you and your department for September 2008?