Performance Dataset

Scorecard

1.Council / Political Overview DCS – Time in Post
Lead Member – Time in Post
LSCB Chair Time in Post
CEX – Time in Post
Leader – time in post
2.Governance and Leadership Political
Managerial
Community
Leadership
Organisational
3. Resources and Workforce Management Total qualified SWs
% vacancy rate
Turnover
Do you engage in the organisatonal health check?
% Saving Target tbc
4. Culture, Challenge and Regulatory Self-Assessment and Peer Challenge
Date and outcome of last Ofsted inspection
Engagement in Regional /National Imp Activity
5. Early Help & Social Care Performance Measures Rereferral Rate per 10000
CIN rate per 10000
CPP rate per 10000
LAC rate per 10000
Early Help Measure tbc
A1 – Average time between a child entering care and moving in with its adoptive family – 3 year average
6. Education Performance Measures Early Years Foundation Stage -Percentage achieving a ‘Good Level of Development’
Key Stage 2 – Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths
Key Stage 4 – Percentage achieving 5A*-C GCSEs with English & Maths
Percentage of schools judged as good or outstanding
Percentage of pupils attending good or outstanding schools
Percentage of 16-18 year olds who are NEET
Rate per 10,000 Permanent Exclusions
7. Outcomes & Quality CYP Voices: How are you capturing children and family feedback to shape the service they receive personally and to shape service development?
Quality: What methods/frameworks are you using to capture quality of practice?
Outcomes: What methods/frameworks are you using to capture impact on outcomes?

Education

Theme Measure Source Frequency
Context a.    Breakdown (% and number of schools)  by type ( maintained, Academies and Free Schools)  – primary LA Quarterly
Context b.    Breakdown (% and number of schools)  by type ( maintained, Academies and Free Schools)  – secondary LA Quarterly
Context c.    Breakdown (% and number of schools)  by type ( maintained, Academies and Free Schools)  – special LA Quarterly
Context d. Number of sponsored or converter academies LA Quarterly
Context e. Number of academy conversions a period of time (eg. since beginning of current academic year?) LA Quarterly
Context f. Length of time schools are in RI and how long they have been.  Whether they have become RI for a subsequent time. LA Quarterly
Context g.    % FSM LA Annually in Q4
Context h.    % SEN LA Annually in Q5
Context i.      % EAL LA Annually in Q6
Context j.      Deprivation LA Annually
Context k.    Place provision increase compared to previous year LA Annually
Context l.      1st choice at admission – primary LA Annually
Context m.   1st choice at admission – secondary LA Annually
Percentage of 16-18 year olds who are a.    NEET LA (via the NCCIS returned spreadsheet) ?
Percentage of 16-18 year olds who are b.    Not Known LA (via the NCCIS returned spreadsheet) ?
Percentage of 16-18 year olds who are c.    In Learning (which incorporates training, apprenticeships, employment with training etc) LA (via the NCCIS returned spreadsheet) ?
Quality of schools: Overall and by phase (Nursery, Primary, Secondary, Special and PRU) Ofsted DataView Quarterly
Quality of schools: a.    Number and Percentage of schools judged as good or outstanding Ofsted DataView Quarterly
Quality of schools: b.    Number and Percentage of pupils attending good or outstanding schools Ofsted DataView Quarterly
Behaviour and Attendance: Overall and by phase (Nursery, Primary, Secondary, Special and PRU) LA Quarterly
Behaviour and Attendance: a.    Persistent Absence rate LA Quarterly
Behaviour and Attendance: b.    Attendance rate LA Quarterly
Behaviour and Attendance: c.    Rate per 10,000 Permanent Exclusions LA Quarterly
Behaviour and Attendance: d.    Rate per 10,000 Fixed Term exclusions LA Quarterly
Attainment: LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: a.    Early Years Foundation Stage -Percentage achieving a ‘Good Level of Development’ LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: b.    Early Years Foundation Stage – Inequality gap LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: c.    Key Stage 2 – Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: d.    Key Stage 2 – Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths – gap between pupils eligible for free school meals and their peers LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: e.    Key Stage 2 – Percentage achieving Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths – gap between Children in Care and their peers LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: f.     Key Stage 2- Percentage making the expected 2 levels progress (2 levels between Key Stage 1 and 2) – Reading LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: g.    Key Stage 2- Percentage making the expected 2 levels progress (2 levels between Key Stage 1 and 2) – Writing LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: h.    Key Stage 2- Percentage making the expected 2 levels progress (2 levels between Key Stage 1 and 2) – Maths LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: i.      Key Stage 2 – Number and percentage of schools not meeting the floor standards LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: j.      Key Stage 4 – Percentage achieving 5A*-C GCSEs with English & Maths LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: k.    Key Stage 4 – Percentage achieving 5A*-C GCSEs with English & Maths – gap between pupils eligible for free school meals and their peers LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: l.      Key Stage 4 – Percentage achieving 5A*-C GCSEs with English & Maths – gap between Children in Care and their peers LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: m.   Key Stage 4- Percentage making the expected 3 levels progress (3 levels between Key Stage 2 and 4) – English LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: n.    Key Stage 4- Percentage making the expected 3 levels progress (3 levels between Key Stage 2 and 4) – Maths LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
Attainment: o.    Key Stage 4 – Number and percentage of schools not meeting the floor standards LA/ SFR/ LAIT Annual – Q4 (though provisional data could be shared before this)
% school aged LAC attending a school that is good or better LAC

Social Care

to follow

Workforce

Number of social workers
Vacancy rate of social workers

Turnover rate of social workers

Sickness absence of social workers

Percentage of agency workers