Category Archives: Enjoy & Achieve

2010 Every Child Matters (ECM) Report

The 2010 Every Child Matters (ECM) Report is now available. This report arises from a survey of children and young people in primary and secondary schools – years 4, 6, 8 and 10 (aged 8-15) in Bristol conducted in the … Continue reading

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Bristol Local Authority Reports: ‘TellUs3’ & ‘TellUs4’ 2008 & 2009 School Based Surveys

‘TellUs3’ & ‘TellUs4’ are school based surveys completed by a representative sample of school aged children and Young People (C&YP) annually in England in years 6, 8 and 10. They ask about views regarding their local area and the five Every Child … Continue reading

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Enjoy and Achieve – Introduction and Summary

Within this strand of the Every Child Matters agenda are five specific themes, namely: children’s readiness for school, primary attainment, secondary attainment, attendance and exclusion and personal and social development and recreation.

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National data analysis has produced the following key points from the 2008/09 school year:

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Primary Schools Attendance levels in Bristol’s primary schools are inferior to those of the core cities, its statistical neighbours and England as a whole (see next chart), but have improved slightly between 2008/09 and 2009/10.

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A-Levels – (Key Stage 5)

Overall The number of students in Bristol taking A levels (or equivalents) continues to rise; in 2010 2,037 pupils took A levels, up from 1,301 two years ago. 

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Primary Attainment – (Key Stage 1)

Overall In general, attainment levels for teacher assessments in reading, writing, maths and science have remained more or less constant over the last year (see figure below).

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