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The Local Government (Best Value Performance Indicators) (Wales) Order 2000

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SCHEDULE 2GENERAL INDICATORS

Indicator NumberDescription of indicatorDetails of indicator
BVPI 31Individual schools budget as a percentage of local schools budget.Both “individual schools budget” and “local schools budget” are defined in the Financing of Maintained Schools Regulations (SI 1999 No. 101) and associated statutory guidance. All Local Education Authority (LEAs) have reported budget figures for 1999-2000 to the National Assembly.
BVPI 32Expenditure per head on adult education through LEA provided and secured provision.Calculated as follows:Form RO1 line 29 col. 5 less any specific grants outside the AEF (other continuing education in col. 6 should not be included).
BVP 33Net Youth Service expenditure (i.e. LEA expenditure only) per head of population in the Youth Service target age range.Calculated as follows: Form RO1 line 29 col. 7 less any specific grants outside the AEF.
BVPI 34aPercentage of primary schools with 25% or more (and at least 30) of their places unfilled.

School capacity.

Capacity: Refers to the More Open Enrolment. (MOE) figures for the whole school not just the admissions years).

Pupils: refers to the maximum number of pupils on the roll for all year groups during the course of the financial year, excluding nursery classes. Primary schools: the difference between the MOE capacity and total number of pupils (as defined above) in all LEA maintained primary schools where capacity exceeded pupils. This figure expressed as a percentage of the total MOE capacity in all LEA maintained primary schools.

BVPI 34BPercentage of secondary schools with 25% or more (and at least 30) of their unfilled.

School capacity: Refers to the More Open Enrolment (MOE) figures for the whole school not just the admissions years.

Pupils : refers to the total number on roll for all year groups in January 2001, as reported in Form STATS 1.

BVPI 35ANumbers of unfilled places in all primary schools identified as having surplus capacity expressed as a percentage of total primary capacity.

School capacity: Refers to the More Open Enrolment (MOE) figures for the whole school not just the admissions years. For primary schools, refers to the total number on roll for all year groups in January 2001, as reported in Form STATS 1.

Primary schools: the difference between the MOE capacity and total number of pupils (as defined above) in all LEA maintained primary schools where capacity exceeded pupils. This figure expressed as a percentage of the total MOE capacity in all LEA maintained primary schools.

BVPI 35BNumbers of unfilled places in all secondary schools: identified as having surplus capacity expressed as a percentage of total secondary capacity.

School capacity: Refers to the More Open Enrolment (MOE) figures for the whole school not just the admissions years.

For secondary schools, refers to the total number on roll for all year groups in January 2001, as reported in Form STATS 1.

BVPI 36ANet expenditure per pupil in LEA schools: Nursery and primary pupils under five.

Net expenditure: as RO1 lines 1 to 11 less (lines 32,33,38 and 39) plus line 52 and less line 51 (closing balances) less the equivalent figure for opening balances;

Pupils: the number of pupils in maintained schools (as further specified below) as reported in January 2001 in Form STATS 1.

The sum of these two figures as RO1, Col (1); to be apportioned between pupils under and over five in proportion to weighted pupil numbers or using a more accurate method;

Pupils in nursery and primary schools shown as aged under five on the previous 31 December, counting part-time pupils as equivalent to one-half.

Form STATS 1, Nursery school return, Item 1.1, Lines c to l, all columns.

Form STATS 1, Primary school return, Item 1.1, Lines i to p, all columns.

BVPI 36BNet expenditure per pupil in LEA schools: Primary pupils aged five and over.

The sum of these two figures as RO1, Col (1); to be apportioned between pupils under and over five in proportion to weighted pupil numbers or using a more accurate method;

All other pupils in nursery and primary schools.

Form STATS 1, Nursery school return, Item 1.1, Lines a and b, all columns.

Form STATS 1, Primary school return, Item 1.1, Lines a to h, all columns.

BVPI 36CNet expenditure per pupil in LEA schools: Secondary pupils under 16.

The sum as RO1, Col (2); to be apportioned between the pupils under and over 16 in proportion to weighted pupil numbers using the LEA’s per-pupil funding weights or a more accurate method.

Pupils in secondary schools aged under 16 on the previous 31 August.

Form STATS 1, Secondary school return, Item 1.1.1, Lines e to k, ‘Total’ column for boys plus girls..

BVPI 36dNet expenditure per pupil in LEA schools: Secondary pupils aged 16 & over.

The sum as RO1, Col (2); to be apportioned between the pupils under and over 16 in proportion to weighted pupil numbers using the LEA’s per-pupil funding weights or a more accurate method.

All other pupils in secondary schools.

Form STATS 1, Secondary school return, Item 1.1.1, Lines a to d, ‘Total’ column for boys plus girls

BVPI 37Average GCSE points score of 16 year olds in schools maintained by the authority completing Year 11.Average point score in GCSE/GNVQs The total number of points achieved before or during the summer of the reporting year by the pupils aged 15 on 31 August of the previous year and on roll on the third Thursday of January of the reporting year in schools maintained by the authority divided by the number of those pupils. Points as set out in Annex F to NAfW Circular 4/99.
BVPI 38Percentage of pupils in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving 5 or more GCSEs at grades A* – C or equivalent.GCSE result – Wales – The percentage of pupils aged 15 on 31 August of the year previous to the reporting year and on roll on the third Thursday of January of the reporting year in schools maintained by the authority who achieve five or more GCSE grades A*–C or the vocational equivalent.
BVPI 39Percentage of pupils in schools maintained by the authority achieving one or more GCSEs at grade G or equivalent.GCSE result – Wales – The percentage of pupils aged 15 on 31 August of the year previous to the reporting year and on roll on the third Thursday of January of the reporting year in schools maintained by the authority who achieve one or more GCSE grade G or the vocational equivalent.
BVPI 40Percentage of 11 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 4 or above in the Key Stage 2 Mathematics test.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPI 41Percentage of 11 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 4 or above in the Key Stage 2 English test.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 2Percentage of 11 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 4 or above on the National Curriculum scale in Welsh (first language).See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 3Percentage of 11 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 4 or above on the National Curriculum scale in Science.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 4Percentage of 14 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 5 or above on the National Curriculum scale in Mathematics.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 5Percentage of 14 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 5 or above on the National Curriculum scale in English.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999
BVPIW 6Percentage of 14 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 5 or above on the National Curriculum scale in Welsh (first language).See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 7Percentage of 14 year olds in schools maintained by the authority in the previous summer achieving Level 5 or above on the National Curriculum scale in Science.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 8Percentage of 15 year olds achieving the ‘core subject indicator’. Those pupils achieving at least grade C in GSCE English or Welsh, Mathematics and Science in combination.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPIW 9Percentage of 15 year olds leaving full time education without a recognised . qualification.See SI 1999 No. 1811. The Education (School Performance and Unauthorised Absence Targets) (Wales) Regulations which came into force on 1 September 1999.
BVPI 42The number of enrolments on all adult education courses provided and secured by the local authority per 1000 adult population.Numbers of enrolments on adult education courses:All enrolments throughout the financial year on all courses funded by expenditure as defined in BVPI 31 above; or provided by the authority. Provided means that the authority employs or arranges for the employment of the teacher. Where courses are part funded by the authority and provided by another organisation, count enrolments in proportion to the funding contribution made by the authority (net of student fees) but count only enrolments to courses where the authority has a contractual agreement with the organisation to provide a specified course to which the funding can be directly related. Expressed per 1,000 population aged 19 and over.
BVPI 43Percentage of statements of special educational need prepared within 18 weeks, (a) excluding and (b) including those affected by ‘exceptions to the rule’ under the SEN code of practice.Statements prepared within 18 weeks as a percentage of all statements (including those involving other agencies) but include cases where any of the exceptions listed in 3.40 to 3.42 of the SEN Code of Practice apply.
BVPI 44ANumber of pupils permanently excluded during the year from schools maintained by the authority per 1000 pupils on rolls of schools maintained by the authority for primary schools.The National Assembly will be responsible for calculating from Form STATS 1 returns the proportion of excluded pupils falling in the financial year (previous academic year), and disseminating the results to LEAs.
BVPI 44BNumber of pupils permanently excluded during the year from schools maintained by the authority per 1000 pupils on rolls of schools maintained by the authority for secondary schools.The National Assembly will be responsible for calculating from Form STATS 1 returns the proportion of excluded pupils falling in the financial year (previous academic year), and disseminating the results to LEAs.
BVPI 44CNumber of pupils permanently excluded during the year from schools maintained by the authority per 1,000 pupils on rolls of schools maintained by the authority for special schools.The National Assembly will be responsible for calculating from Form STATS 1 returns the proportion of excluded pupils falling in the disseminating the results to LEAs.
BVPI 45Percentage of half days missed due to unauthorised absence in secondary schools maintained by the authority.

Period covered (the period) – beginning of the 2000/2001 academic year to the end of the spring term or 31 March 2001 whichever is earlier. The form referred to is the NAW’s (but collected by WJEC) School Performance Information: Pupils' Attendance 1998/99 Return.

Secondary schools (excluding special schools): as per Pupils' Attendance Return — Item (c) as a percentage of Item a), as if completed for the period.

BVPI 46Percentage of half days missed due to unauthorised absence in primary schools maintained by the authority.Period covered (the period) – beginning of the 2000/2001 academic year to the end of the spring term or 31 March 2001 whichever is earlier.
BVPI 48Percentage of schools maintained by the Authority subject to special measures on 14 December 2000.Percentage of schools maintained by the local authority on 14 December of the reporting year subject to special measures as identified in Estyn inspection reports.

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