Osmaston Primary School Performance Data
Our most recent full Ofsted inspection took place on 13th and 14th September 2017. The school was judged overall to be 'Requires Improvement', although personal development, behaviour and welfare were judged to be 'Good'. There are many positive comments about the school contained in the report but also some pertinent points about how the school can be further improved. We will be developing a school improvement plan based on the Ofsted report's recommendations so that we can rapidly move towards a 'Good' judgement.
You can read the most recent Ofsted report and all previous reports by clicking here to access the school's Ofsted website page.
In July 2017 we received our most recent set of results for our Y1, Y2 and Y6 pupils. You can see these on the Dept of Education website which details performance of each school and academy in England. You can access our information by clicking here. Important highlights are that we achieved 30% of Y6 pupils gaining a scaled score of 100 or above in reading, writing and maths, and 3% of pupils achieved the higher standard combined. The average progress scores at end of KS2 in reading, writing and maths were -2.9, 2.3 and -0.8 respectively. The average scaled scores at the end of KS2 in reading and maths were 95.8 and 98.3 respectively. In KS1 we had 56%, 40% and 74% of children meet the end of key stage expectations in reading, writing and maths respectively, 74% of children reaching the standard in phonics at the end of year one and 58% of our FS2 class met their ELG.
For an explanation of what these scores all mean, take a look at this website here.
Parents are invited and encouraged to rate the school on its performance and this can be done via the Ofsted Parentviewpage. Ofsted inspectors will take all ratings into account when undertaking their next full inspection. You can find out more about Parent View by downloading the leaflet by clicking here.