Every Child Counts – 2008/09

This first annual report by the DCSF on the Every Child Counts programme shows that in the first year of the Every Child Counts programme, children have made an average of 13.5 months progress over three months with just 20 hours tuition. This means they are progressing at over four times the expected rate. On entry to the programme none of these children were predicted by their schools to reach nationally expected levels in their age seven (end of Key Stage 1) maths assessments, but nearly three quarters achieved or exceeded this level. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.06 (42)

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