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Key Information for Ofsted and Parents

We had an Ofsted inspection at school on February 20th and 21st 2024, and we are very proud to say we have been inspected as being a ‘Good’ school overall! We have been inspected by Ofsted as being ‘Good’ in ‘Overall effectiveness’, ‘Good’ in ’The quality of education’ (including SEND), ‘Good’ in ‘Behaviour and attitudes’, ‘Good’ in ‘Personal Development, ‘Good’ in ‘Leadership and management’, ‘Good’ in ‘Early Years Provision’.



This is fantastic news! Huge thanks to our staff, Governors, pupils and parents and carers for all your hard work.


We will continue to work hard in partnership to provide the best education for our pupils.

We love that the inspection report highlights so many positive aspects of school.


Here are a few of our favourites!

“Pupils are happy and safe”.

“Relationships between pupils and staff are warm and positive.”

“The school is inclusive, with high expectations for all. Pupils are well supported and achieve well.”

“Staff have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour. They take consistent action to help pupils manage their behaviour.”

The school has an ambitious curriculum, which begins in the early years. From a broad range of starting points, pupils achieve well.”

“Staff provide effective support to pupils who speak English as an additional language.”

“Pupils are proud of how quickly they have learned English and of the multilingual knowledge they have.”

“The school is inclusive. There are high expectations for all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Pupils are supported well, including in the early years. Curriculum delivery is adapted effectively for pupils with SEND.”

“Reading is highly valued at this school. Pupils in the early years talk about stories they are reading as they are playing. The curriculum for reading is ambitious. For example, it ensures that all pupils access quality literature such as the works of Shakespeare.”

“Pupils recall their learning well.”

“Staff ensure that pupils learn about the most important knowledge they need to prepare for their next steps.”

“Pupils can connect their learning about diversity, tolerance and respect. They describe the school as being for everyone. One pupil explained, ‘If we learn about different cultures and religions, then we won’t offend people by accident.’ Pupils are proud of their diverse friendships.”

“The school has prioritised improving pupils’ attendance. It is effective in helping some pupils to improve their attendance.”

“The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.”


Our Ofsted Inspection report 20th & 21st Feb 2024

Infection control Risk Assessment

Assessment & Monitoring 2018/19

Assessment & Monitoring 2017/18

Assessment & Monitoring 2016/17

British Values and PSHE


We regularly promote British Values such as democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs, through our own school values, curriculum and enrichment activities.  Full detail are available in here


Personal, Social and Health Education is a very important part of our pupils education.  Full details are available on our PSHE page available here.

Financial Information


No school employee has a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more.


Financial benchmarking informatio is available on our school here.











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