We are a GOOD School!
As you know we had our long awaited Ofsted Inspection on Tuesday 23rd & Wednesday 24th February. The final report was published on 10th March 2016 and we are delighted to announce that our school has been recognised as a ‘Good’ school. This is a credit to all stakeholders in our school.
The school has been on a long journey and faced many challenges but under the leadership of the Executive Headteacher and Executive Leadership Team the staff and Governors have worked hard to move the school from the ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Good’ and we are extremely proud of this.
SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS FOR PARENTS AND PUPILS :
This is a good school
- The Executive Headteacher, Associate Headteacher and Deputy Headteachers are ensuring that the school is improving rapidly.
- Leaders, including governors, are effective and are having a positive impact on teaching and how well pupils are doing.
- Teaching, learning and assessment are good. Teachers and support staff form good relationships with pupils, enabling them to manage behaviour well.
- Teachers are enthusiastic and motivate pupils to want to learn. They ensure that pupils are clear about what they are to learn next.
- The school’s work to support pupils’ personal development and welfare is exemplary. The school promotes respect and consideration for others very successfully, enabling pupils to become responsible and caring.
- Pupils feel very safe at school and take responsibility for helping others to stay safe.
- Pupils behave well and help each other at playtimes and with their learning.
- Children make good progress in the early years provision and become confident and willing learners.
- Pupils from differing abilities and backgrounds do well at the school because their individual needs are identified and their progress is checked rigorously.
- Parents are very pleased with the way the school has improved since the previous inspection.
- Provision for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is strong. Pupils value each other’s differences and are keen to learn about the rich cultural variety in modern Britain.
Click here for a copy of the full report.