Ofsted Report

Ofsted inspects and regulates all educational establishments in order to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people, and in education and skills for learners of all ages.

Ofsted Report following the inspection 13 – 14 March 2013

We are delighted with our Ofsted report following their inspection of the school in March. Ofsted has rated the school as “Good” in all four areas; Achievement, Teaching & Learning, Behaviour & Safety and Leadership & Management and identified that there are also “outstanding” elements of progress and teaching

Particular highlights from the report include:

Pupil progress has improved and standards have risen across the school, with almost all pupils now making at least “good” progress and last year’s Year 6, particularly boys, making “outstanding” progress throughout Key Stage 2 in maths;

Teaching is good and some is “outstanding”, particularly in reading;

A revised tracking system enables closer tracking of pupil attainment and progress, and helps the school put in place appropriate support for pupils;

Teachers have positive relationships with pupils, and plan lessons that interest pupils and develop their independence;

Other cultures are warmly celebrated with pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills being promoted very well, with particularly good opportunities being given to develop social and cultural skills by raising money for charities and learning about other communities in Britain and abroad.

The full report can be found at the following link:


Ofsted monitoring report 9 Feb 11

If you have any queries or comments regarding the Ofsted report, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Sankey for further clarification.

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