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Ofsted report

Please click here to view our latest Ofsted report following the school’s inspection on the 25 and 26 January 2022.

As part of the inspection process, inspectors select four main subjects to focus on. In this inspection, these were reading, maths, history and computing. For this reason there is not a great focus on the other curriculum areas.

Report summary

Below is a brief summary of the report, what the main positives are and what areas the school need to improve on.

We are pleased that the report highlights that children enjoy coming to the school and that there are warm and caring relationships between staff and pupils. Pupils also commented to inspectors that they felt safe and that bullying doesn’t happen within the school. Inspectors commented that there is a strong ethos of safeguarding and that children acquire the skills and knowledge needed to keep themselves safe in later life.

The report also highlights that children become confident readers as they pass through the school and that they speak excitedly about the books that they read. Pupils have a real passion for reading and are well supported if they start falling behind their peers. This is also mirrored in maths with pupils remembering difficult concepts such as fractions, they enjoy and engage in lessons. As a result, pupils achieve well in maths.

The main areas for development are around the assessment of pupils and ensuring that they have the precise knowledge that they need in subjects such as history and computing. The inspectors found that as a school we focus too much on developing an exciting curriculum and have failed to identify and assess the precise knowledge that we want children to acquire. This in turn has resulted in children remembering the exciting activities that they have done, rather than the key knowledge that they needed to retain.


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