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