WELCOME Education Directors Briefing 25th September 2015 Employability

WELCOME Education Directors Briefing 25th September 2015 Employability

WELCOME Education Directors Briefing 25th September 2015 Employability in Schools Strategy Head teachers Briefing September 2015 Cllr Sam Webster Portfolio Holder for Schools

Barriers to Young People in Nottingham Developing Employability Skills i. Raising Aspirations of Young People ii. Working with Schools Impartial Careers Advice and Guidance and Work Experience iii. Employer Engagement iv. Post 16 Transition The Nottingham Vision Priority One Ensure that all young people have had 10 contacts with employers by the time they leave full-time education, through participation in a

co-ordinated Employability and Careers Advice programme. Priority Two - To increase the numbers of employers engaging with schools and supporting young people in developing the skills they need for the workplace. What are we asking schools to do? Nottingham City Council would like every primary, secondary and special school in the City to get involved in delivering activities which support the development of their pupils

employability skills. We would encourage a Senior Manager to make contact with Aspire to discuss the range of support and opportunities available to them. ASPIRE ASHREEN Seethal Business Engagement Adviser What is ASPIRE? Education Business PARTNERSHIP in

Nottingham FUNDED by Nottingham City Council and DELIVERED by Futures Advice, Skills and Employment AIMS

RAISE aspirations and attainment IMPROVE employability skills DEVELOP enterprise capabilities ENHANCE work-related learning STRENGTHEN employer engagement WIDEN access to post-16 career options WHO is it aimed at? PRIMARY and SECONDARY schools in Nottingham City Local and national EMPLOYERS of all sizes and

sectors DELIVERY partners Education and employer GROUPS CONTEXT ALIGNED with: OFSTED Inspection Handbook Careers Inspiration Agenda D2N2 Employability Framework

HOW can ASPIRE help? Employability DIAGNOSTIC Local LMI Delivery of Activity Employer Engagement

CEIAG What do we need from you? Engagement Commitment

Meaningful outcomes Sustainability Open to change Partnership QUESTIONS ASHREEN Seethal [email protected] 0115 9601546 07540560403

Ofsted update David Anstead Updates Transition CTF/Common Transfer Day/Week Pat and Sarah Fielding

Safeguarding network Pat and Sarah Fielding EIB update and action plans Pat and Sarah Fielding Maths Bally Atwal School Improvement Advisers -developments and progress so far Pat and Sarah Fielding Alternative provision Pat and Sarah Fielding Attendance Pathway

Karen McAndrew/David Hughes Safeguarding DSL network-update 12th November ADSL initiative Strategic Alliance (EIB) 3 strands of work: transition / recruitment / mathematics. Establish strategic planning group Publish action plan ACTIVITY MILESTONES WHEN LEAD IMPACT EVALUATION RESOURCE

Mathematics ; Curriculum development curriculum continuum Transition Y5,6, 7, and 8 Data developments Rationalise city wide CPD Subject knowledge Interventions and vulnerable groups Assessment Mastery, fluency and depth

The non specialist Training for MAST / SLE subject leadership Child focused activities maths challenge days / booster sessions / G and T School Improvement Advisors The team Purpose and intentions Deployments to schools and academies Special schools coming on line Scorecards and personalised letters Feedback so far

Notes: Headline Indicators Rate of Improvement is based upon the average yearon-year change in expected progress levels 2014 to 2015 Floor Standard is based upon expected Floor Standard for 2015 Coasting - is based upon the schools performance against the released Coasting Schools definition: A coasting primary school will be one that: Had less than 85 per cent of children achieving level 4, in each year between 2014, 2015 and 2016*, had below

average proportions of pupils making expected progress in reading and writing and maths between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 *2016 data has been based on 2015 scores, so if a school has been flagged as coasting it will be based on if a school does not improve upon its 2015 scores Attendance is based upon current attendance being above 94% and school showing year-on-year improvements Closing the Gap is based upon the latest two year gaps between school disadvantaged pupils and national nondisadvantaged pupils Attainment is based upon the schools 2015 score for pupils

achieving RWM L4+ compared to a score of 70% Gauges PROGRESS is based upon the school average expected progress score for 2015 compared to national OUTCOMES is based upon the schools score for pupils achieving RWM L4+ compared to national RWM Gap to 85% is based upon the gap between schools 2015 RWM L4+ score to 85%, compared to the LA and national gap Charts Expected vs. Actual Progress is comparing a schools

expected proportion of pupils making expected progress in 2015 (based upon prior attainment) to the schools actual proportions of pupils making expected progress. The LA Best school is the one which has the largest positive gap between its expected and actual scores, the LA Worst school is one which had the largest negative gap between its expected and actual scores. Attainment is based upon the schools proportion of pupils achieving at least level 4 in the combined tests (or teacher assessments) of Reading, Writing and Maths compared to national. Progress is based upon the schools proportion of pupils

making at least 2 levels of progress between KS1 and KS2 compared to national Closing the Gap is based upon the gap between schools disadvantaged pupils compared to national nondisadvantaged pupils, for attainment or progress Alternative Provision Review AP review component parts; Consultants brief Methodology Overview of current system-inc Ed Psychs, BST, in house capacity Cost implications-additional and specialist funding

Strengths of the current approach-EYFS-KS4, alternative and specialist provision Analysing current leadership and partnership Volume of permex / numbers accessing AP and specialist provision Inequitable access to provision and funding Financial sustainability Coherence of external support Ways forward-devolving funds, collaborative working KEEP IT FREE - 14th October a.m. developing the structure and the strategy AOB

Reminder - DBS checks on all staff POET- changes to the EHCP Ofsted training - David Anstead-5th Oct Structures what next? Education Directors Briefing for School and Academy Leaders Education Welfare update Attendance Pathway Karen McAndrew Service Manager

David Hughes Legal Intervention Officer Education Welfare Service Update The Education Welfare Service is part of the Education Directorate Team update Referrals are allocated centrally Persistent Absence criteria Half Term 10%

Half term 1 7 sessions Half term 2 14 sessions Half term 3 20 sessions

Half term 4 25 sessions Half term 5 31 sessions Half term 6 38 sessions

Penalty Notices & Prosecution The Common Attendance Protocol The Local Code of Conduct 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 Number of

Penalty Notices issued to parents 149 357 726 1209

Prosecutions for Non-school attendance 161 194 257 253 to date

The Referral Pathway EDUCATION WELFARE SERVICE ONLINE REFERRAL FORM Send your referral to: [email protected] Pupil Details First name D.O.B. Year Group

Family name Address Parents/Carers contact details (please provide first name and surname of all known parents/carers) The online EWS referral Name Address First language:

Details of siblings Name Tel: DOB Relationship School Referrers details

Name Position School Address Tel: e-mail: Yes No Is the child on a Child Protection Plan? Is the child a Child in Need?

Are you aware of any previous involvement from Childrens Social Care? Have you referred any current concerns to Childrens Social Care? Is there currently an open CAF on this child/Family? Is this case a Priority Family? If you want to raise a complaint about absence please complete this http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/nottinghamschools/ewsform Contact Details

Education Welfare Specialists: Elaine Parker [email protected] 8765820 Tina Stuart [email protected] 8762134 [email protected] The next Education Directors Briefing is Friday 27th November 2015 8.30am start until 10.00am at Nottingham Racecourse

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