Ofsted & School Performance


Our most recent OFSTED took place in June 2023 with the school judged to be requires improvement overall, with judgements of good for 'behavior and attitudes' and 'Personal Development.'

OFSTED said:

'Pupils behave well at breaktimes and lunchtime. There is very little bullying. Pupils are confident that staff will help pupils to resolve any friendship issues quickly.'

'Pupils are rightly proud of their inclusive school ethos. The whole school community warmly welcomed large groups of pupils who were afghan refugees. Some bilingual staff successfully helped these pupils to feel at home by speaking to them in pashto.'

'The curriculum for early reading was introduced in 2021. This is fully embedded. Key stage 1 teachers implement the curriculum consistently well'

'Teachers are successful when adapting the curriculum to meet the needs of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Using questioning effectively to check the understanding of pupils with SEND is typical in all lessons in Years 1 to 6'

'The curriculum for pupils' personal development is an area of strength. Pupils respect people of different faiths and cultures. Staff contribute well to developing good character in every pupil.

Our latest OFSTED report can be found here: OFSTED Report