We are very proud of our recent (January 2023) Ofsted report which states that:
‘The strong ethos of nurture and support is embedded into everything the school does’.
‘The focus on helping pupils understand their behaviour is valued by pupils, staff and parents. Pupils feel happy and safe.'
'Pupils...are thoughtful and respectful to each other.'
'Teachers have high expectations for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). They want pupils to love learning and be passionate about things that are important to them,’
‘Leaders have designed a curriculum for all pupils which is ambitious. Staff plan and teach the right knowledge, skills and vocabulary in the right order. They provide pupils with lots of opportunities to practise and apply their knowledge.'
‘The arrangements for Safeguarding are effective…pupils' safety, welfare and well-being are a priority.’
'Reading is a priority that starts in early years. Younger pupils benefit from daily teaching of reading. They have good opportunities to apply their phonic knowledge.Older pupils have a shared understanding of stories and their favourite characters. Leaders make sure the whole school celebrates reading through special events such as World Book Day. Pupils benefit from author visits and the opportunity to explore a range of books.'
'Leaders provide a curriculum that supports pupils' broader development. Pupils can explain how their age-appropriate knowledge develops every year.'
Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.