Our last OFSTED inspection was in March 2015.
We were judged as a GOOD. This is what OFSTED said:
- Pupils’ attainment by the end of Year 2 compares well with national averages in reading, writing and mathematics.
- Teaching in all year groups is typically good and this helps pupils to achieve well. Teachers and teaching assistants know the needs of each pupil and tailor support accordingly.
- The headteacher, school leaders and governors lead the school well and are ambitious to see it improve further.
- Pupils’ behaviour is good both in lessons and around the school. Older pupils enjoy having responsibility for looking after younger ones.
- Children make a good start in the early years because of the good teaching they receive. They make good progress and achieve well.
- The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding. Links with other agencies to support vulnerable families are extremely strong. As a result, all areas of pupils’ need are well supported.
- Educational visits as part of learning help to give all pupils a good understanding of the wider world and to learn about modern Britain.
- Pupils enjoy taking part in a wide range of sporting and competitive events. These include tag rugby, archery and swimming.
- Parents, carers and staff are all highly positive about the school and its work to ensure a good education for all pupils.
Please click on the link below to read the full report.
Link: OFSTED Report