Our School was last inspected by Ofsted in March 2018. The latest inspection highlights that we continue to be a good school. Some of the highlights of the report are as follows:
- The Rights Respecting School Award runs like a rod of steel through your school. Your focus on the well-being and development of the pupils in your care is clear to everyone.
- A pupil at your school typically feels accepted, safe and an integral part of the school community. Pupils know that they have responsibilities as well as rights.The school council is active.
- Pupils work hard in lessons but also enjoy community events.
- Pupils focus well in lessons, and most do their very best to make progress. Teachers think about the ways different subjects connect and make this explicit to their pupils.
- Teaching is responsive to the needs of pupils. In lessons, teachers watch pupils carefully, and change tack depending upon how quickly pupils are learning, or how difficult they are finding a particular concept.
- A striking feature of the way in which you keep pupils safe is how safeguarding is threaded through the curriculum. There is a list of activities that pupils are entitled to, linked to safeguarding, for each year group. As a result, pupils and parents know that there is a culture of safeguarding at school.
- Pupils feel safe. They behave well in lessons, and sensibly when moving around the building.Pupils are courteous and polite.
- You keep a close eye on any pupils whose circumstances place them more at risk. You work well with other agencies to keep these pupils safe, and you push hard to get them additional support if it is needed.
- You and your team are committed to giving the pupils the very best education, and you are increasingly successful in doing so.
If you would like to read the report in full then please download the link to the right of this page.