Our Ofsted Inspection took place over 5th and 6th April 2017 and the full report can be found by clicking on the ‘Ofsted Report’ button below.
The Inspector identified the following strengths in the school:
Arrangements for safeguarding in both the school and the pre-school are effective.
Pupils are happy in school and are confident that there is no bullying.
The Headteacher understands the priorities for improvement. As a result, he is making necessary changes to improve teaching, learning and assessment.
Pupils and parents recognise strong improvements in pupils’ behaviour and welfare. Pupils show genuine value and respect for each other.
Early Year Inspection Report
- Children settle exceptionally well and feel confident and happy due to the high levels of support, encouragement and praise they receive from the enthusiastic staff.
- Staff develop excellent links to keep parents fully involved and included in all aspects of children’s learning and development.
- Staff’s skilful interactions motivate children to try things out, experiment and explore.
- Assessment of children’s learning is precise. This enables staff to plan an exceptionally wide range of fun activities that target children’s individual learning needs well.
- Staff follow comprehensive policies and procedures to help ensure children are safe.
- Play areas, both indoors and out, are extremely well organised to enable children to make choices, play in a way that suits them and become fully engaged in play.
- Staff work extremely well as a team. Strong leadership and a commitment to ongoing training means that the quality of teaching is constantly improving.
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We will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect and when.