What do OFSTED say?

The school was judged Good in March 2014. The school was praised for the high standards of achievement in the core subjects and in areas of the wider curriculum such as art and sport. Most importantly the team recognised that the school provides an exciting place to learn and that children's spiritual, moral and social development is well supported. The highlights of the report are listed below:

 

Pupils behave well and share very supportive friendships. Their attendance is above average.

Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is strong. It is promoted very effectively through the excellent relationships and a wide range of exciting activities.

Since the previous inspection, the headteacher and senior managers have managed changes in Reception and Key Stage 1 staffing effectively.

Governors are highly supportive and effective in holding the school to account. They work closely with senior staff to identify where improvement can be made and work determinedly with staff to achieve this.

From starting points broadly in line with expectations for their age, pupils make good progress to reach above average standards by the end of Year 6 in reading, writing and mathematics.

Teaching is typically at least good. Teaching in mathematics, art, drama and sports is particularly strong.

An increasing number of pupils across the school achieve high levels of skill in mathematics, art and sport.

The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is good and reflects the diligence of staff in caring for pupils.

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National Statistics Performance Table 2015-16

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