Our Performance

The school last had an Ofsted inspection (Section 5) in March 2014.

The outcome of this inspection was that Orchard has been judged to be a ‘GOOD school with a number of exceptional features.’

Some of the other comments made within the report:

‘In addition to striving for academic excellence, the school is outward looking and works well with other local schools and the community to ensure pupils have the range of experiences they need to be ready for moving on to secondary school.’

 ‘The school promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development exceptionally well.’

For the School’s latest Ofsted Report (March 2014)- please click on the link below:

Orchard Primary School – Published report_March 2014

For our previous Ofsted Report (September 2010)- click on the link below:

OFSTED FINAL REPORT_Sept 2010

Our results speak for themselves. The school has shown sustained improvement and maintained consistently good results over the years. Our pupils are proud of their achievements and we are proud of them!

For the School’s SATs results records, over the last five academic years and beyond – click on the links below:

KS2-SATs outcomes-five year trend from 2012 to 2016

KS1 and KS2 SATs Results History – five year trend from 2011 to 2015

For the latest Raiseonline report click on the link below:

Raiseonline unvalidated summary report for 2016

For Department for Education (DfE) Performance Tables – click on the link below:

DfE Performance Tables – Orchard School 2015

For the School’s latest Section 48 Inspection Report (January 2017)- please click on the link below:

The Orchard School – Section 48 Report [January 2017]

For letters received, acknowledging the performance of the school – click on the links below:

Letter from Minister of State for School Standards -Feb 2017

Letter from Nick Gibb MP on phonics results for 2016

Letter from Minister of State for Schools on our KS2 results for 2015

Letter from Minister of State for Schools on our Phonics results for 2015

Letter from David Laws MP on KS2 results for 2014

 

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