Our most recent OFSTED inspection was in November 2017.
The headteacher, along with the deputy headteacher, is systematically addressing the shortcomings in pupils’ progress that have existed for a number of years. This is now having a positive impact on pupils’ outcomes overall.
Pupils behave well in school. Staff provide pupils with useful support and guidance. Pupils’ personal development is carefully nurtured in this caring, friendly school.
The proportions of Year 2 pupils achieving the expected and the higher standard in reading, writing and mathematics all improved in 2017 and the school’s results were above the provisional national averages for these three subjects.
Recent improving proportions of pupils working at expected standards in reading, writing and mathematics mean that more pupils are ready for their next stage of education, including transfer to secondary school.
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