The school received its latest OFSTED Inspection in June 2017. The inspector found that the school continues to be a good school and there was a high standard of education provided. The full report (and previous ones) can be accessed through our web site. Key points were:
What we need to do to improve further:
The leadership team has maintained the high quality of education since the last inspection.
Governors are very ambitious for the school and have the children at the heart of everything they do.
Pupils benefit from good teaching at all levels. Staff have good subject knowledge to ensure teaching is matched well to pupils’ needs.
As a result of exciting and innovative approaches to encourage pupils to read the pupils develop a love of reading. Pupils read fluently and with expression and reading is taught well.
Early Years staff provide a stimulating environment that is filled with language. Children are eager to learn and are proud of their achievements.
Pupils are very well behaved. They are always polite and well mannered. Tolerance and respect for others are clear in their work and their behaviours.
Safeguarding is effective and is part of all that the school does.
Parents speak very highly of the school. They value the individual attention that pupils receive. One parent said: “It’s a big school with a small school feel”.
| "Ofsted June 2017"