Ofsted - January 2013
Our most recent OFSTED inspection took place in January 2013. The school was judged to be ‘good’ overall and leadership and management was judged to be ‘outstanding’.
Key OFSTED findings:
School leaders and governors work effectively to ensure teaching is of a high standard so that all pupils make at least good progress.
Most pupils make good progress with some making excellent progress in literacy and numeracy.
Most pupils for whom English is an additional language make good progress because they are provided with effective one-to- one support.
School leaders work closely with parents, involving them in the learning and progress of their children.
Pupils are provided with creative ways of learning and have regular opportunities to improve their skills through activities linked to sport, science, art, music and technology.
The behaviour of pupils in lessons and around the school is very positive. Pupils are confident, kind to each other and respectful.
Pupils say they feel safe in school, and many parents and staff agree that bullying is rare.
OLM is a member of Challenge Partners. Our most recent review took place in January 2017; the quality assurance and assessment is built around the QA Review, a professionally-led peer review focused on teaching and learning.
School Development Plan
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SPD Priorities 2016 - 2017