Ofsted

We are delighted that our latest Ofsted report (March 2016) reassessed us as outstanding.

A summary of the findings is listed below or to see a full copy of our report, please click here.  To access the report on the Ofsted website, click here.

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils:

• Pupils consistently attain high results. In 2015, all pupils in Year 6 made expected progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
• Pupils make a flying start to their education in the Reception year. They leave well prepared for secondary schools locally.
• Leaders ensure that the few pupils who experience potential barriers to learning are supported effectively. Disadvantaged pupils do as well as their classmates.
• Leaders know all the pupils well and what each one knows, understands and can do.
• Teachers plan their lessons carefully, making sure that any gaps in knowledge or skills are addressed quickly. The teaching of mathematics is particularly impressive.
• Leaders manage the idyllic site carefully so that teachers can make the most of the limited space.
• Leaders are preparing admirably for the move to the long-awaited new building elsewhere in the village.
• Pupils feel safe and happy at the school. The vast majority of parents are enthusiastic in their support for the school. They believe it serves their children extremely well.
• Pupils’ behaviour is exceptional. They cope well with the existing, cramped conditions and cooperate with each other and adults magnificently.
• Pupils’ attendance is well above the national average and has been for a long time. Pupils enjoy coming to school. They say their lessons are fun and exciting.
• Pupils benefit from a wide range of extracurricular activities. Over three quarters told inspectors that they participate in clubs.
• The school makes an outstanding contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. It prepares them well for life in modern, diverse Britain and gives them a firm understanding of its Christian heritage.
• Governors support the school with rigour and precision. They have a wide range of skills which they volunteer in the service of the pupils.
• Leaders are working to ensure that the excellence of the school’s work in English and mathematics extends to all subjects, especially as the new National Curriculum comes into being.


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