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Ofsted and Performance Data

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.



10th - 11th October 2023


The school is ambitious for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Pupils typically achieve well. They told inspectors that they enjoy weekly assemblies, when their successes in learning are celebrated. Pupils also value termly opportunities to share learning with their parents and carers.


Pupils benefit from a range of experiences that enhance their learning. For example, pupils across the school enjoy trips and visits, such as to a local theatre at Christmas to watch a pantomime. Pupils in Year 6 participate in adventurous outdoor activities on their residential trip. Pupils can also choose to expand their hobbies and interests, for example by engaging in a range of sports clubs or by joining the school choir.


The school has made judicious use of external expertise to help it to develop a broad and balanced curriculum. This includes the new early years curriculum, which has been carefully designed to ensure that children acquire knowledge through a wide range of experiences. Children in the early years are well prepared for the demands of Year 1.


In key stages 1 and 2, teachers also design learning which develops pupils’ knowledge effectively. In most subjects, teachers know exactly what pupils should learn and by when. Teachers are suitably trained to provide appropriate support for all pupils, including those with SEND. Pupils with SEND successfully access the same curriculum as their peers.


Teachers make careful checks on pupils’ learning. They are alert to the misconceptions that pupils may have, and they act quickly to address these. Teachers are equally adept at identifying, and supporting, those pupils who may have SEND, or those who may be struggling with their learning. Consequently, pupils, including those with SEND, achieve well.


The school takes appropriate actions to ensure that pupils learn to read as rapidly as possible. It has implemented an effective programme that allows pupils to develop their reading knowledge quickly. Expert staff help pupils to practise their reading using suitable books.
The school has thought carefully about what the youngest children should learn about the wider world and life in modern Britain. This learning is fully integrated into the early years curriculum. This helps staff to support children’s personal development well.

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