pupils take great pride in their work and are keen to work with teachers to improve
pupils take their learning seriously and want to achieve well
pupils feel well supported and have good relationships with staff, which helps them to learn well
pupils behave well in school. They move calmly around the building and are very polite and confident
pupils are tolerant and have respect for cultures other than their own
pupils feel safe and bullying is rare and dealt with quickly
pupils describe the school as a community in which they look out for one another
current pupils are making good progress over time
teachers use pupil information to plan lessons that meet the needs of their pupils
teachers are enthusiastic about their subjects
regular assessments and meetings leads to bespoke intervention for pupils who fall behind or need extra support
quality training for teachers is leading to better teaching and consistent strategies
the headteacher and senior leaders know the school, pupils and areas of responsibilities well. This is ensuring that the pace of improvement is rapid.
leaders use external reviews well, alongside their own thinking. This is leading to better subject leadership, better teaching and better progress for pupils.
the designated safeguarding lead provides staff with high quality, regular updates throughout the year which ensures safeguarding is paramount
decisive and appropriate action has been taken to improve since the last inspection
Our latest Ofsted report is available below:
Short School Ofsted Report (6th June 2017)
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