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Ofsted and Performance Data

At its last inspection in October 2013, Our Lady of Lourdes was judged to be a good school.  They found that the provision was good in all areas inspected.  These were as follows:

  • Achievement
  • Quality of Teaching
  • Behaviour and Personal Developmnt
  • Leadership and Management

 

Please find below our Ofsted repors and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables. 

Ofsted School Inspection Report

Diocesan Inspection Report

As a church school, we receive a further inspection, carried out by the Diocese of Clifton.  The inspection focuses on the following criteria:

OUTCOMES FOR PUPILS  

  • The extent to which pupils understand, contribute to and benefit from the Catholic Life of the school; 
  • How well pupils achieve and enjoy their learning in Religious Education;
  • How well pupils lead, respond to and participate in the Prayer Life of the School. 

LEADERS AND GOVERNORS 

  • How well leaders and governors promote, monitor and evaluate the provision for the Catholic Life of the school and plan and implement improvement to outcomes for pupils;
  • How well leaders and governors monitor and evaluate the provision for Religious Education and plan and implement improvement to outcomes for pupils.

PROVISION 

The quality of teaching and how purposeful learning is in Religious Education;

The extent to which the Curriculum promotes pupils’ learning; 

The quality of the Prayer life provided by the School. 

OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS  

  • How effective is the school in providing Catholic Education. 

WHAT THE SCHOOL NEEDS TO DO TO IMPROVE FURTHER  

  • Recommendations and required actions.

 

Please see a copy of our most inspection below.

Key Stage Two (end of primary school) results

It is a statutory requirement that children are tested at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6).  Tests are used to assess the children in reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar (EGPS) and maths.  These tests are marked externally. Writing is assessed internally by the school.

 

 Please find below a breakdown of our 2017 results:

  OLOL National

Reading 

% meeting the expected standard or above

86% 71%

Reading 

% meeting the higher standard

14% 25%

Reading

Average Scaled Score average

105.0 104.1

Reading

Average Progress Score

-1.5 0.0

Writing

% meeting the expected standard or above

77% 76%

Writing

% meeting the higher standard

9% 18%

Writing

Average Progress Score

-4.2 0.0

Mathematics

% meeting the expected standard or above

96% 75%

Mathematics

% meeting the higher standard

27% 23%

Mathematics

Average Scaled Score

107.3 104.2

Mathematics

Average Progress Score

1.1 0.0

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

% meeting the expected standard

77% 61%

Reading, Writing and Maths Combined

% meeting the higher standard

5% 9%

 

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