Ofsted and results

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Annual Results

OSPA is very proud to present the results of the 2016-2017 academic year. As you can see in the tables below, we have outperformed the ‘national average’ in all areas (apart from one!). The progress made by our pupils in Key Stage Two is exceptional and reflects the hard work and dedication of both staff and pupils.

Area Academy National Difference to national
Early Years
Good Level of Development* 76 71 +5
Key Stage One
Year 1 Phonics 86 81 +5
Reading – Expected Standard 73 76 -3
Reading – High Standard 42 26 +16
Writing – Expected Standard 73 69 +4
Writing – High Standard 36 16 +20
Maths – Expected Standard 82 75 +7
Maths – High Standard 37 21 +16
Key Stage Two
Combined – Reading/Writing/Maths – Expected Standard 79 61 +18
Combined – Reading/Writing/Maths – High Standard 16 9 +7
Reading – Expected Standard 86 71 +15
Reading – High Standard 38 25 +13
Writing – Expected Standard 81 76 +5
Writing – High Standard 22 18 +4
Maths – Expected Standard 84 75 +9
Maths – High Standard 38 23 +15
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling – Expected Standard 83 77 +6
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling – High Standard 36 31 +5

 

Key Stage Two Progress Scores**
Reading Writing Maths
All pupils +6.87 +4.59 +5.56
Pupils receiving Free School Meals +6.22 +3.11 +5.29
Pupils receiving support for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities +9.26 +4.72 +6.12

 

*To achieve a ‘Good Level of Development’, a child needs to be at the expected level in 10 of the Early Learning Goals.

**Progress scores compare the attainment of year 6 pupils in school with others nationally having similar Key Stage One prior attainment.

  • A progress score of 0 means that pupils in school matched the progress made by other pupils nationally with similar Key Stage One outcomes.
  • A positive progress score means that pupils in school made more progress than other pupils nationally with similar Key Stage One outcomes.
  • A negative progress score means that pupils in school make less progress than other pupils nationally with similar Key Stage One outcomes.