Data, Ofsted, SIAMS Inspections and Performance Tables

We are proud to be a 'Good' and 'Outstanding' school and are constantly striving to improve the outcomes for our pupils. With low pupil numbers in our year groups, children have the advantage of having lots of individual teacher support. However, when interpreting data from SATS for small cohorts of children, one child can have a significant impact on the percieved percentages, and therefore the value of each child's score is exaggerated. Please bear this in mind when you access and reivew our data. Our children consistently make good or better progress from their starting points.

National data comparison 2016

National data 2016

St Oswald’s data 2016

%pupils nationally meeting the new expected standard in combined reading, writing and mathematics:

53%

% St Oswald’s pupils nationally meeting the new expected standard in combined reading, writing and mathematics:

75%

% St Oswald’s pupils nationally EXCEEDING the new expected standard in combined reading, writing and mathematics:

25%

% pupils met the new expected standard in reading nationally: 60%

% St Oswald’s pupils meeting the new expected standard in reading:

100%

% St Oswald’s pupils EXCEEDING the new expected standard in reading:

50% compared to 19% nationally

 

% pupils met the new expected standard in writing nationally:

74%

85% of St Oswald’s pupils met the new expected standard in the assessment of writing:

88%

% St Oswald’s pupils EXCEEDING the new expected standard in writing:

38% compared to 15% nationally

% pupils met the new expected standard in mathematics nationally:

70%

% St Oswald’s, of pupils met the new expected standard in mathematics:

88%

% St Oswald’s pupils EXCEEDING the new expected standard in mathematics is 50% compared to 19% nationally

 

% pupils met the new expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling nationally:

72%

% St Oswald’s, compared to nationally 72%, of pupils met the new expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling:

100%

% St Oswald’s pupils EXCEEDING the new expected standard in writing is 25% compared to 17% nationally

 

Scaled Scores

Nationally this year, the average pupil is performing above the ‘expected standard’ of 100.

The average scaled score in reading is 103 nationally

 

St Oswald’s average scaled score in reading is 109

% St Oswald’s high scaled score in reading: 50%

The average scaled score in mathematics is 103 nationally

St Oswald’s average scaled score in mathematics is: 105.

 

% St Oswald’s high scaled score in mathematics: 50%

The average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling is 104 nationally

St Oswald’s the average scaled score in grammar, punctuation and spelling is: 107.

 

% St Oswald’s high scaled score in writing: 25%

 

 

Progress measures: KS1 to KS2

Reading progress score 3.51.

% of eligible pupils included in the reading progress measure: 100%


Writing progress score 1.81.

% of eligible pupils included in the writing progress measure: 100%


Maths progress score -0.24.


% of eligible pupils included in the maths progress measure: 100%

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