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4th August 20
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Whats Included?

Whilst the LSIPs differ slightly in the information they include, they all follow a similar format and are divided into number of sections.  Examples as follows:


Pupil Characteristics

Key information on the pupil characteristic makeup of the school such as: number of pupils on roll; free school meals; ethnicity and first language; mobility; absence; exclusions; special educational needs and Children in Care.  In the main, five years of data is supplied to enable trends to be seen alongside LA and national averages, in either graph or table format. 


Socio Economic Indicators

This section draws together a range of socio-economic indicators that focus on deprivation at a small geographical level.  This information helps schools assess the level of deprivation in the area in which the school and its pupils reside.  The analysis is based on linking the postcode of each child in the school to the Super Output Area (SOA)/ward in which they live. 


Information source: The section has been completed using the Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2010 (IMD 2010) which is a Super Output Area (SOA) level measure of multiple deprivation with 2001 Census information.  Pupils postcodes are obtained from the January School Census.


Pupil Attainment

A variety of attainment information is included in this section relevant to the phase of LSIP being produced.  Currently information is included at school, LA and national level (if appropriate) for Early Year Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP), Performance Indicators for Value Added Target Setting (PIVATS), Performance Indicators in Primary Schools (PIPS), GL assessment Cognitive Abilities Tests (CATs) and for each of the Key Stage tests.  Information is shown for the last five years, in graph and table format, for all pupils and by gender.

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