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OFSTED October 2023: we have been judged as being a "GOOD" school in all areas.

  • Pupils show consistent respect and kindness towards each other.
  • The school has high expectations of pupils' achievement from early years onwards.
  • Pupils behave extremely well in lessons.
  • At playtimes and while moving around the school, pupils show positive behaviour.
  • Leaders have transformed the curriculum to ensure that it is ambitious for all pupils.
  • All staff have been trained and are experts in early reading, delivering phonics lessons consistently well.
  • Pupils are excited to talk about how their leadership positively impacts on the school community.

To view the full 2023 Inspection Report, click here.

OFSTED January 2018: we continue to be a “GOOD” school.

  • [The school is] an environment which is ambitious for pupils, staff and the wider community.
  • [The Headteacher has] a clear and accurate view of the school’s strengths and the areas that require further work.
  • Relationships between staff and pupils are excellent. Pupils receive high levels of pastoral care which enable them to flourish and learn together.
  • Pupils are enthusiastic about their learning. They enjoy a broad range of activities.
  • [Pupils] are well behaved in and around the school. They are polite, well-mannered and show respect for each other and for adults. They feel valued and know that every member of staff will listen to them. Pupils describe the school as ‘safe, positive and welcoming’.
  • Good teaching, determined leadership and strong spiritual, moral, social and cultural development remain highly effective.
  • [There is a] culture of safeguarding in the school in which pupils’ well-being is at the heart of everything they do.
  • Actions to improve pupils’ attendance have been successful.
  • The teaching of phonics is good.
  • Teachers provide pupils with opportunities to reflect on their previous learning. As a result, pupils have a clearer view of what they need to do to develop their skills and understanding.
  • Support for disadvantaged pupils in and around the school is effective. We provide high levels of pastoral support to help develop pupils’ emotional well-being.
  • Adults’ guidance is building pupils’ independence, and helping them to become good learners.
  • [The school] have worked hard to improve pupils’ progress in reading.

To view the full 2018 Inspection Report, click here.