Ofsted Dashboard and data information
Ofsted Data Dashboard
Ofsted Ofsted Data Dashboard closed down on 30 September 2016 The Ofsted Data Dashboard closed down on 30 September 2016, as announced in March 2016. This page links to other data sources for schools and further education and skills data and will be available until the end of the year. From 3 January 2017 users navigating to the Data Dashboard pages will be redirected to the Ofsted home page. For data on schools and colleges, the Department for Education (DfE) has released the school comparison tool. It can be used to compare performance data across schools and colleges, and to check individual providers, using a similar graphical presentation to the Data Dashboard. Customers who previously used the Data Dashboard will be able to use the new service to access the data they need to provide a snapshot of performance data for their school or college. Additional performance data for further education and skills providers can be accessed using the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) National achievement rates tables and the Learner characteristics by provider tables. Further links to performance data for schools and further education and skills providers are given below. Links to performance information on schools and further education and skills providers Ofsted inspection reports DfE school comparison tool SFA national achievement rates tables SFA learner characteristics by provider DFE destination measures and BIS outcome based success measures RAISEonline (Please note that RAISEonline is accessible to governors, trustees and school/college staff but not to members of the public) .
School performance information can be found on the Department for Education Website, please follow the link http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/
School Data 2016-17
We are pleased with the outstanding progress made in Early Years given pupils starting points. A higher than national and local average number of pupils reached a good level of development in all areas (this is above local and national average). Many children exceeded this expectation.
Year 2 SATS showed excellent individual results in Reading, Writing and Mathematics building on from the excellent start made by the end of Early Years. Due to the small cohort of children in this year group we do not publish further data on our website but parents are welcome to discuss achievements and standards at our school directly with the Headteacher.
From Summer 2018 we will also report upon Year 6 results if the cohort of children is large enough.
School Data 2017-18.
Our cohorts in EYFS and KS 1 remain large enough for us to report on outcomes but the KS 2 cohort of children was too small to report on data. Overall, progress remains excellent from children's individual starting points.