Our latest OFSTED Report - October 2015
- Pupils feel safe and behave well. They are polite, courteous, develop confidence and self-esteem.
- Children in the early years make good progress and are well prepared for Year 1.
- Teachers often plan learning that is fun and exciting. They use computer programs, music and pupils’ own work to engage all pupils in well-planned themes.
- Reading is taught well and pupils' progress rates are accelerating.
- Teachers plan learning and support that helps disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs to make progress at a similar rate to their peers. Teaching assistants are used well to support and motivate individual pupils and to ensure they understand what to do.
- The headteacher engages well with parents, and has developed a good partnership with the local community.
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