Here is our most recent Ofsted report.
We are pleased with this report and feel that it fairly reflects the school and its work. The HMI who conducted the inspection offered us valuable insights, which will impact upon our teaching of phonics in both Early Years and Key Stage 1. The adjustments necessary to address the issues he raised are very straightforward and easily implemented. All key issues from the last two inspections have been addressed and relevant improvements made.
The aspect of this report which pleases us most is the recognition that this school is a happy and purposeful place, in which children enjoy their education, are challenged and progress well from their various starting points.
Reading Ofsted gradings can require caution. Not only the grading, but the date upon which it was given, should be considered when making comparative judgements. This is because Ofsted regularly revise their framework and expectations. The key to understanding a school from its report is to look at the detail within it and we are delighted by the many positives in this one!
I would like to thank all staff, pupils, parents and governors whose hard work, dedication and engagement contribute to the success of our learning community.
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