Pupils, staff and Governors are delighted to share with you our most recent Ofsted Inspection Report (February 2022).
We are pleased that the Inspectors confirmed that we continue to be a good school and they go on to describe what it is like to be a pupil at our school:
Pupils are happy to attend this kind and welcoming school. Pupils achieve well. This is because leaders set high expectations for all pupils, including those who are disadvantaged and those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
Pupils wear their uniforms with pride. They typically behave well in lessons and around school. Inappropriate language is rare. Pupils feel safe and attend school regularly. Pupils are confident that adults will help them to resolve any concerns or worries. They said that the few instances of bullying that occur are dealt with effectively. Pupils benefit from a vast range of enrichment activities including sports, music and games clubs. Pupils can choose to join the Cardi singers or the Bravo Drama Club. Pupils are proud to contribute to their local community through a number of programmes including The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and the John Muir Award, which involves work to protect the environment.
Whilst delighted, we are far from complacent, and will continue to strive to provide the very best education and care for all our children. Ofsted Report 2022 - Section 8