Here you can find reports, data and links related to our school’s performance, achievement and Ofsted assessment.
We last received Ofsted in July 2016 for a short inspection and prior to that in June 2012. We were proud to be given a ‘Good’ grade in all areas of the school. These latest school Ofsted reports are available below:
All our other historic Ofsted reports are also available for reference on the Ofsted website here.
You can access our School Performance Tables on the DfE website here.
Here you will find OLMC’s most recent results and access to other useful government school data.
Please also find below some further results documents for your reference
Early Years Good Level of Development
43% of pupils achieved a Good level of Development at the end of Reception Class.
Phonics Screen Check
The phonics screening check is a short, light-touch assessment to confirm whether individual children have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard.
87% of pupil passed the 2017 phonics screen check.
Key Stage 1 (Year 2) Test Results 2017
|WTS, Working Towards Expected Standard||35.5%||41.9%||35.5%|
|EXS, Working At Expected Standard||64.5%||58.1%||64.5%|
|GDS, Greater Depth within Expected Standard||12.9%||12.9%||19.4%|
Key Stage 2 (Year 6) Test Results 2017
The table below is a summary or our latest results, showing the percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard in 2017.
To gain the expected standard pupils needed to achieve a scaled score of 100. A ‘better than expected standard’ is achieved with a scaled score of 110 or greater.
|English – Reading|
|% Better Than Expected||29||24.5|
|English – Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling|
|% Better Than Expected||39||30.9|
|% Better Than Expected||21||22.6|
|English Reading, Writing and Maths combined|
|% Expected or Better||61||65|
|% Expected or Better||79||76.3|
|% Better than expected||11||17.7|
|% Expected or Better||73.3||–|
Progress Measures KS1 – KS2
|Reading Progress Score||0.4|
|Writing Progress Score||0|
|Maths Progress Score||-0.2|
|School has reached Floor Standard|
In 2017, a school will be above the floor standard if at least 65 per cent of pupils meet the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at key stage 2, or if it achieves “sufficient progress scores” in all three subjects.
This year, the required progress scores are -5 in reading, -5 in maths and -7 in writing.
The floor standard is the minimum standard for pupil attainment and progress that the government expects schools to meet, and schools need to meet either the attainment element or all three of the progress elements.
What is Parent View?
Parent View is an Ofsted service that allows parents to give their views about this school at any time of the year, by completing a simple online questionnaire. At the time of an Ofsted inspection, parents are also invited to give inspectors their views using Parent View.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with any issues relating to bullying or poor behaviour. You are able to highlight the strengths of school also.
OLMC Parent View Results
At OLMC we strive to ensure that any issues brought to our attention by parents are dealt with swiftly and to the satisfaction of all.
Have Your Say…
The leaflet attached below gives a useful overview of the service and if you’d like to have your say then follow just this link to the Parent View website to get started.