Performance and Ofsted
OFSTED SAY WE ARE A GOOD SCHOOL!
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Our latest report recognises the school continues to provide a good standard of education and care for our children and highlights many areas of strength across the school, recognising that we know our school well and have clearly identified appropriate areas for continuing improvements.
Our latest report is available to download at the bottom of the page. Hard copies are available at the School Office upon request.
The school's Key Stage 2 results, as published by the DFE, can be found in the School Performance Tables published on the Department for Education's website. Due to the pandemic, results from 2019-20 and 2020-21 are not shown.
Our excellent school results for 2023 are summarised below:
Results at the end of Year 6 – Summer 2023
· Reading - The proportion of children attaining age related expectations and also above age related expectations was above the national averages in both cases.
· Writing - The proportion of children attaining age related expectations and also above age related expectations was above the national averages in both cases.
· Mathematics - The proportion of children attaining age related expectations and also above age related expectations was above the national averages in both cases.
Year 1 Reading & Phonics
· 93% of our Year 1 pupils met the expected standard in the Year 1 Phonics Check. The national average was 79%. The provisional local average for the Cheshire West & Chester region was 80%.
Please click on the link below to visit Hoole CE Primary School Performance Data. Please note that the data for the academic year 2022-23 may not yet be available. www.find-school-performance-data.service.gov.uk/school/134248/hoole-church-of-england-primary-school
SIAMS – Inspection of Church School Status
SIAMS inspection focuses on how well our vision and values, which are rooted in our Christian foundation and aligned to the Church of England’s vision for education, translate into policies, procedures and a culture which supports all members of our school family to flourish and live well.
In our most recent SIAMS inspection, in 2017, the school was judged to be outstanding in this area.
The SIAMS framework has changed since 2017 and graded judgements such as good or outstanding no longer apply. We anticipate that we will welcome a SIAMS inspection within the next two years.
More information about the SIAMs inspection process is available via this link: 2023-siams-framework.pdf (churchofengland.org)