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How do OWL Trust schools compare to national averages?

 

OWL Trust Achievement 2015

 

 Our ten schools continue to thrive when we consider outcomes for pupils since the formation of the OWL Trust. Data from the end of KS2 2015 again reveals excellent performance against the national picture in the key areas of reading, writing and maths. Standards in reading and maths at both level 4 and level 5 reveal impressive figures but what is most pleasing is the progress of our pupils – once again we are well above the national average progress scores.  The results outlined in the tables below will be presented in further detail when the DfE release more in depth comparative data – however what is clear is that on average OWL Trust pupils have higher standards and progress more than their peers nationally. Well done everyone!

 

OWL Trust Achievement 2014

 

Pupils who attend OWL schools achieve higher standards and progress than pupils nationwide.  Our 2014 results clearly indicate that OWL Trust pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education. They also compare well overtime. For the last three years they achieve better standards and progress more in almost every key indicator. It is also clear from this data that whilst OWL schools are achieving higher than the national they are also improving overtime also - our three year trend indicators demonstrate an improving picture in attainment and progress.

 

OWL Trust Aims, Visions & Values

 

The focus of the Trust’s work will be our shared interest in maximising the achievements of all of the children and young people through building and embedding the capacity for enhanced provision and widening access for the community. This will be done by closer working together on shared priorities and through building stronger relationships with other partners who would not traditionally be available to individual schools.

 

The Trust’s vision is to build a shared learning community in which children, young people, staff, parents and other partners discover their talents, realise their potential, and develop a passion for learning that endures through their lives.

 

Our children will:

 

  • Be inspired to be people of character with a lasting passion for learning
  • Develop an enduring core of competencies and values
  • Have the capabilities to thrive in the 21st Century globalised world
  • Experience a safe and joyful childhood

 

All schools in the Outer West Trust will:

 

  • Have high quality staff who have excellent opportunities for development
  • Provide a stimulating, relevant and enjoyable curriculum
  • Create a learning environment that shares and reflects best practice and current educational research
  • Cultivate every child’s skills, enabling them to realise tomorrow’s dreams
  • Work with families and the wider community to enable the best outcomes for children and young people

 

We will work in a way together which espouses the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity, and solidarity. We will endeavour at all times to be honest and open and show social responsibility and caring for others.

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Charitable Status

 

Because our organisation is a charity for tax purposes, it entitles us to claim tax exemptions and reliefs available to charities. This means we can focus funding on pupil activity, training and events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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