We were most recently inspected by OFSTED on 26th April 2023 and we are pleased to say that we have retained our status as a GOOD school.
Comments made within the inspection report include the following:
'Leaders set high expectations for pupils. They provide experiences for pupils to become well-prepared citizens. Pupils know how to keep healthy, both physically and mentally. Relationships between staff and pupils, parents and carers are strong. Teachers know pupils’ individual needs well'
'Leaders are ambitious for what they want pupils to achieve. Pupils learn a broad curriculum'
'Leaders prioritise reading and see it as a key feature of the school’s curriculum. Reading starts straight away in the early years. Across the school, teachers match books to the ability of pupils. As a result, pupils are confident readers. When pupils fall behind, teachers are quick to identify them'
'Pupils love their school and describe it as kind and welcoming. They are polite and friendly to visitors. Pupil’s behaviour reflects the school’s aims of ‘being the best we can be’. Pupils enjoy learning. They say they ‘have fun but still have to work hard.’
'Leaders provide pupils with opportunities to develop their character and broaden their experiences. Pupils become sports leaders, house captains or join the school council. They are proud of these roles and know they help drive positive changes in the school.'
THE LATEST OFSTED REPORT FOLLOWING OUR INSPECTION ON 26TH APRIL 2023 CAN BE VIEWED BELOW