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Ofsted and Performance Data



Crosby Ravensworth School celebrates success as first in the county under new-style OFSTED inspection.


At the end of September 2015, Crosby Ravensworth became the first school in the county to receive a new-style one day 'section 8' OFSTED inspection.  Particularly singled out for praise were the children's academic performances, along with the 'wonderful atmosphere' that provides for 'very well developed' spiritual, moral and social skills.  The report goes on to back the school's self assessment that it remains 'good', while safeguarding remains effective.

Anglican Report


Please follow the link below for the most recent Anglican Church inspection.

Key Stage 2 Results


In summer 2019, children in KS2 achieved the following excellent outcomes in SATS tests:


Subject % of pupils at Crosby Ravensworth achieving or exceeding national standard % of pupils nationally achieving or exceeding national standard
Reading 100% 73%
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 100% 78%
Maths 100% 79%
Writing 100% 78%

Above national average in every area

100% of our pupils attained the expected standard or higher in reading, writing and maths combined.  This beats the national average of 65% of pupils.  


Crosby Ravensworth beat the national average scaled SATS scores in each subject.  


Crosby Ravensworth beat the national average for progress in Reading, Writing and Maths.  This is a comparison of progress between KS1 SATS and KS2 SATS outcomes.  100% of the cohort made expected or better than expected progress in Reading and Writing.  83% made expected or better than expected progress in Maths.


Click below to open up a table comparing the 2019 school leavers with the past two years in Crosby Ravensworth.  Comparisons are also made with schools from within Cumbria Local Authority and those nationally.

Key Stage 2 2019 SATS outcomes - 3 year comparison

Performance Tables


Please follow this link for the DfE school performance tables website

(Please note, owing to the low cohort numbers in school, much of the data is 'suppressed')