Our Results & Focus

OUR FOCUS, DEVELOPMENT and RESULTS

At Orleans we have very clear planning in place to move our school forward. Our School Development Plan lists our key objectives on a rolling three year programme to ensure that our areas for development are met to a high standard. We review our School Development Plan each term to ensure we are moving forward to reach our end of year goals. We use data from ASP to analyse the results of our Key Stage One and Two end of year assessments to help us plan for the following year. We have detailed below our End of Key Stage data and Phonics Screening results.  As a school we also use the results of surveys we have carried out with parents and children to inform our forward planning.

ANALYSE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE (ASP)

The Department for Education has provided schools with a site called ANALYSE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE (ASP).  This allows us to drill down into our results including Key Stage One and Key Stage Two SATS as well as the results of our phonics screening.  We have used this as part of our self evaluation to guide us in our areas of strength and areas we need to focus on.

Academic Results

(Due to Covid 19 results for academic year 2019-2020 are not available - the results are from the previous year)

Look at the performance data about our school on the Department for Education website:
http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=102895&superview=pri

Performance tables

Here is the link to the school and collect performance tables service for your information:
https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables

Data for Academic year 2019-2020 

(Due to Covid 19 data for the academic year 2019-2020 is not available.  The results shown are from the previous year).

Early Years 2019 Results

The Good Level of Development is the measure that helps to demonstrate the proportion of children who are achieving expected levels in the prime areas of learning (communication and language, physical development and personal, social and emotional development) and in maths and literacy.

 

Percentage of children who achieved  the Good Level of Development

 

Orleans

National

2014

68%

60%

2015

67%

66%

2016

80%

69%

2017

86%

71%

2018

87%

72%

2019

86.4%

72%

The results for 2019 show the progress that has been made in ensuring a large percentage of pupils have achieved a Good Level of Development and are fully prepared to start school in Year 1.

Year 1 Phonic Screening Check 

The Phonics Screening Check is a short ‘light touch’ assessment to confirm whether individual pupils have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard. It will identify the children who need help and support with their reading skills. Children will retake if they did not reach the required level.’ (DFE 2011)  

Phonics Screening Test Results and Analysis (2019 results)

 

Number of Pupils

Working Towards

Working At

 

2019

2018

2017

2016

2019

2018

2017

2016

2019

2018

2017

2016

All

60

60

60

62

7%

7%

2%

3%

93%

93%

98%

97%

Girls

34

28

28

30

12%

4%

4%

7%

88%

96%

96%

100%

Boys

26

32

32

32

0%

9%

0%

0%

100%

91%

100%

93%

The Phonic Screening test measures the ability children’s ability to use phonological knowledge to read real and made up words. Phonological knowledge is an awareness of the sound structure of the language and how sounds are represented by letters. This knowledge, and the ability to apply it, is seen as a key early reading skills. Two key areas of learning are blending (putting identified sounds together) and segmenting (being able to split a word up by identifying the different sounds within it). These results show that pupils at Orleans have made rapid progress by the end of Year 1.

Key Stage One Results Summer 2019

 

Working within the end of KS1

expectations and above

Working at a greater depth

within the end of KS1 expectations

 

Orleans

2019

Orleans

2018

Orleans

2017

Orleans

2016

National

2019

Orleans

2019

Orleans

2018

Orleans

2017

Orleans

2016

National

2019

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

83%

77%

69%

63%

65%

33%

27%

22%

17%

11%

Reading

100%

83%

87%

85%

75%

55%

57%

62%

54%

25%

Writing

87%

80%

73%

68%

68%

37%

35%

36%

32%

15%

Maths

88%

88%

81%

80%

75%

47%

48%

32%

27%

22%

Science

97%

97%

98%

93%

82%

 

National Performance Expectation at age 7 is working within the Key Stage 1 Expectations and Working at a Greater Depth within the Key Stage 1 Expectations represents a very high level of achievement for a Year 2 child.

Outcomes for pupils at Orleans Primary School were exceptional, with sustained or improved attainment in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.

Key Stage Two Results Summer 2019

2019 was the fourth year of new, more challenging assessment tests, based on the primary curriculum that was introduced in September 2014. As in previous years results were reported as a scaled score between 80 and 120, with 100 being the national expectation (not the national average) for a Year 6 pupil.  

Outcomes for pupils at Orleans Primary School were exceptional in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science.

 

Working within the end of KS2 expectations and above

Working at a greater depth within the end of KS2 expectations

 

Orleans 2019

Orleans 2018

Orleans 2017

Orleans 2016

National 2019

Orleans 2019

Orleans 2018

Orleans 2017

Orleans 2016

National 2019

Reading, Writing and Maths combined

87%

81%

81%

68%

65%

23%

26%

24%

11%

11%

Reading

88%

86%

90%

88%

73%

50%

47%

59%

41%

27%

Reading Average Scaled Score

109.2

109

110.1

106.1

104

         

Writing (TA)

88%

90%

90%

78%

78%

37%

36%

37%

12%

20%

Maths

97%

86%

85%

86%

79%

47%

49%

49%

33%

27%

Maths Average scaled score

108.5

109

108

105.7

105

         

Science (TA)

97%

95%

93%

97%

88%

         

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

95%

88%

90%

90%

78%

60%

60%

53%

35%

36%

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  Average scaled score

110.4

109

110.2

105.7

106

         

Glossary of terms

  • RWM: Reading + Writing + Maths
  • Expected standard: a government set target for pupil performance
  • Scaled score range: 80-120
  • Scaled score: 100 is the national standard; over 100 is above the national standard; below 100 is below the national standard
  • Greater depth: at an enhanced standard
  • TA: Teacher assessment

National Performance Expectation at age 11 is working within the End of Key Stage 2 Expectations and Working at a Greater Depth within the End of Key Stage 2 Expectations represents a very high level of achievement for a Year 6 child. 

Progress and Value Added scores

Progress is measured between the end of Key Stage 1 and the end of Key Stage 2 for Reading, Writing and Maths.  The national average is ‘0’, progress better than National Average is recorded as a positive number and progress less than the National Average is recorded as a negative.

Progress for Orleans Primary School pupils from KS1 to Key Stage 2

Subject

2019

2018

2017

2016

Progress in Reading

+4.0

+1.6

+4.05

+3.8

Progress in Writing

+1.7

+0.6

+1.75

-1.9

Progress in Maths

+2.3

+1.4

+2.19

+2.1

 

2018 - 2019 Key Performance Data for Orleans Primary School

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP)

School

2017

School

2018

School

2019

Richmond

2019

National

2019

Good Level of Development

87%

87%

86%

81%

72%

Average Total Points

39.9

43.0

44.7

39.0

34.6

 

Phonics Screening Check (PSC)

School

2017

School

2018

School

2019

Richmond

2019

National

2019

Year 1 Expected Standard

98%

93%

93%

87%

82%

Year 2 Retakes Expected Standard

50%

100%

100%

61%

56%

 

Key Stage 1 (KS1)

School

2017

School

2018

School

2019

Richmond

2019

National

2019

RWM Expected Standard or Above

69%

82%

83%

73%

65%

RWM Greater Depth

22%

27%

33%

19%

11%

 

Reading Expected Standard or Above

86%

88%

100%

83%

75%

Reading Greater Depth

56%

65%

55%

38%

25%

 

Writing Expected Standard or Above

73%

82%

87%

76%

69%

Writing Greater Depth

36%

33%

37%

23%

15%

 

Maths Expected Standard or Above

81%

85%

88%

82%

76%

Maths Greater Depth

32%

48%

47%

34%

22%

 

Science Expected Standard

95%

98%

97%

91%

82%

 

Key Stage 2 (KS2)

School

2017

School

2018

School

2019

Richmond

2019

National

2019

RWM Expected Standard or Above

83%

81%

87%

80%

65%

RWM High Standard/Greater Depth

24%

26%

23%

21%

10%

 

Reading Value Added

+4.1

+1.6

+4.0

+2.4

0.0

Reading Expected Standard or Above

91%

86%

88%

87%

73%

Reading High Standard

60%

47%

50%

45%

27%

 

Writing Value Added

+1.7

+0.6

+1.7

+0.8

0.0

Writing Expected Standard or Above

93%

90%

88%

88%

78%

Writing Greater Depth

38%

36%

35%

28%

20%

 

Maths Value Added

+2.2

+1.4

+2.3

+2.2

0.0

Maths Expected Standard or Above

86%

86%

97%

90%

79%

Maths High Standard

50%

52%

47%

47%

27%

 

GPS Expected Standard or Above

91%

88%

95%

91%

78%

GPS High Standard

53%

52%

60%

56%

36%

 

Science Expected Standard

95%

95%

97%

92%

83%

Stakeholder Surveys

Parent View - Parent View is an online questionaire from OFSTED.  It is designed to allow all parents and carers the opportunity to rate the school by responding to a set of 12 closed questions. We welcome your comments and will use the results in conjunction with our January Parent Survey, our autumn term Transition Survey, our Change Team and general parent feedback.
 
If you wish to complete the questionaire please go to www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk

Address

Orleans Primary School, Hartington Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3EN