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Our last OFSTED inspection was in April 2017. The outcomes were:


  • Effectiveness of Leadership & Management       Good
  • Quality of teaching, learning & assessment       Good
  • Personal development, behaviour & welfare       Good
  • Outcomes for pupils                                 Good
  • Early Years provision                                Good
  • Overall effectiveness                               Good


Following an OFSTED inspection, every school is given 3 development areas to further improve the provision at the school. Ours are:


  1. Effectiveness of Leadership & Management - further develop pupil tracking systems to check different groups progress; extend the roles of middle leaders; create a new 'School Improvement Plan'; further develop work with parents to enable them to contribute more to children's learning 
  2. Quality of Teaching & Learning - accelerate progress of middle attaining pupils; further support disadvantaged pupils to 'catch up' with those nationally; further ensure consistent high quality teaching across the school
  3. Behaviour - develop tracking systems to reduce any occurrences of poor behaviour or fixed-term exclusions from the school