Our last Ofsted Inspection took place in June 2017 when we were judged to be a good school.
Here are some of the key points from the Inspection Report:
- The headteacher has set a clear and ambitious vision for the school. She has created a happy, united and strong staff team. Expectations of adults and pupils are high.
- Teachers have good subject knowledge. They provide work which is well matched to pupils’ level of ability. Effective support is provided where needed, especially for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
- Leaders strongly promote pupils personal development and well being. Pupils are highly tolerant and respectful to each other, appreciating and understanding the differences between people.
- All adults provide high levels of nurture and support for pupils, especially for those who are vunerable. The culture of safeguarding within the school and procedures are robust.
- Pupils behave well and work hard. They are polite, sensible and respectful. Pupils enjoy school.
- Children make good progress in the early years. Teaching is good and leaders have a clear vision for further improvement.
- The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding.
- As a member of Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools Programme, pupils have an excellent understating of respect and tolerance for others.
You can read the full report below:
Ofsted Inspection Report – June 2017