Data.Analyse.Action

Blog post links PTC11- analyse and appropriately use assessment information, which has been gathered formally and informally

PTC12– use critical inquiry and problem-solving effectively in their professional practice

PTC6-conceptualise, plan and implement an appropriate learning programme

Reading

Reading

The big picture data reflects an increased level of learners that are working below/below the aspirational national standards for year 5. The data has increased from 3% (1/38) at the end of 2016, to 9% (3/35%) at mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 5% (1/19) is made up of boys and 10% (2/16) is made up of girls that are achieving well below/below the aspirational national standards.

The big picture data reflects a decreased level of learners that are working below/below the aspirational national standards for year 6. The data has decreased from 25% (15/60) at the end of 2016, to 19% (11/58) at mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 24% (11/38) is made up of boys and 10% (2/20) is made up of girls that are achieving well below/below the aspirational national standards. Further analyse reflects that 57% (8/14) of the learners achieving well below/below are English as second language learners. 

The data is showing us that we need to engaged the boys in Reading as they make up 74% (12/16) of the learners in year 5/6 that are achieving well below/below standard for Reading.

The actions we are implementing from week 4(Term 3):

-Research and seek out resources of how to engage boys (TKI)

-Links between engaging Boys in Writing and transfer these into Reading

-Rainbow Reading with Teacher Aide

-ESOL support for these learners during Reading times

Writing

Writing

Our Priority learner data reflects that 20%( 2/9- Pasifika female, European male) of our learners are achieving at national standard and 80% 7/9 are achieving below national standard based on our mid year 2017 data collection.

The big picture data reflects that there is an increased level of learners that are now working at well below/below the aspirational national standard for year 5. The data has increased from 17% (6/34) at the end of 2016, to 34% (12/35) at mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 33% (6/18) of the boys achieving at well below/below has increased to 42% (8/19) at mid year 2017 and girls increasing from 6% (1/16) at the end of 2016 to 25% (4/16).

The big picture data reflects a decreased level of learners that are working below/below the aspirational national standards for year 6. The data has decreased from 40.7% (20/59) at the end of 2016, to 37% (22/58) at mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 35% (14/40) of the boys achieving at well below/below the end of 2016  has increased to 50%  (19/38) at mid year 2017 and girls increasing from 6% (1/16) at the end of 2016 to 25% (4/16). The girl’s data has decreased from 31% (6/19) at the end of 2016 to 15% (3/20), mid year 2017.

The data is showing us that we need to change our writing program to charter for our boys. The boys are the target with 36%  34/93 of our boys achieving well below/below national standards for writing. We need to take action now to ensure we are addressing the need.

The actions we are implementing from week 4(Term 3):

-Individual teacher inquiry in how to engage boys in writing.

-Research and seek out resources of how to engage boys (TKI)

-Survey the boys and ask them what they want to write about.

-Buddy Writing ( Tuakana/Teina)

-Priority learners to have a prewriting lesson before their writing lesson. This will mean that they will get the lesson before everyone does so when they attend the lesson they know what they are doing.

-Introducing Flipped learning. Creating and using a range of lessons for learners to watch prior to the lesson. This means lessons will be available to learners to watch to recap and to clarify when they wish.

-Implement Game of Awesome into our Writing program

Game of Awesome teacher support material (2)

 

Maths

Maths

Our Priority learner data reflects that 20% 2/9 (Maori- Male, European male) of our learners are achieving at national standard and 80% 7/9 are achieving below national standard based on our mid year 2017 data collection.

The big picture data reflects that there is an increased level of learners that are now working at below or well below the aspirational national standard for year 5. The data has increased from 8% (3/34) at the end of 2016, to 20%  (7/35) at the mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 5% (1/18) of the boys achieving at below or well below has increased to 26% (5/19) at the mid year 2017 and girls increasing from 0% at the end of 2016 to 12% (2/16).

The big picture data reflects a decreased level of learners that are working below or well below the aspirational national standards for year 6. The number of well below/below learners has decreased from 33.9% (20/59) at the end of 2016, to 24.1% (14/58) at mid year 2017. Further analysis of this cohort highlighted that 31% (14/40) of the boys achieving at well below/below at the end of 2016  has decreased to 28% (11/38) and the girls achieving at well below/below has decreased from 31% (6/19) at the end of 2016 to 15% (3/20), mid year 2017.

The actions we are implementing from week 4(Term 3):

-Tuakana/Teina – buddying our Priority learners, boys up with St PAT year 13 boys who are volunteering up during Maths once a week.

-Knowledge workshop each day that target specific knowledge goals from Priority learner tracking sheet

-Ensuring all our learners that are achieving below/well below are attending one maths workshop daily

-Introducing Flipped learning. Creating and using a range of lessons for learners to watch prior to the lesson. This means lessons will be available to learners to watch to recap and to clarify when they wish.

-Mini workshops to target specific priority learner goals during timetabling time at the start of the day

-Priority learner whanau evening to share things they can be doing to support at home( fun, take home pack of games, tips)

 

 

 

 

 

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