Ofsted Report and Performance Tables
- All groups of pupils achieve well. Most pupils are making good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
- Pupils benefit from teaching that is consistently good. Teachers are particularly effective in devising activities that capture pupils’ interest and challenge their thinking.
- Reading is taught well so that most pupils are making good progress. Pupils quickly become fluent readers and develop a real love of books.
- Pupils have positive attitudes to their learning and greatly enjoy school. They behave well and say that they feel very safe because the school provides a secure learning environment.
- Staff check pupils’ work promptly, accurately and in detail across a range of subjects, helping pupils to make secure improvements and develop their understanding.
- The very dedicated headteacher, supported effectively by subject leaders, has been successful in securing improvements in both the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievement.
- Pupils have many memorable learning experiences, including those provided by the exceptional outdoor facilities, which contribute strongly to their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Results for 2016
Average scaled scores (100 indicates average)
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar: 100
Progress Scores (based on progress from KS2 (0 is average):
Reading 3.4 (above average)
Writing 5.8 (above average)
Maths 4.1 (above average)