Ofsted Inspection - September 2012
“The headteacher, senior management team and governors provide effective leadership with high expectations for the further improvement of the school.”
“The actions taken to improve teaching through robust monitoring and the effective setting of targets for teachers been highly successful.”
“Most groups of pupils, including those eligible for the pupil premium, make better progress than that expected nationally. A range of interesting activities motivate pupils to learn and teachers use effective strategies to develop pupils’ social skills.”
“Pupils’ behaviour is good throughout the school. Pupils have positive attitudes to work and enthusiastically join in lessons. There is a very welcoming atmosphere in the school and pupils are polite and well mannered.”
“Pupils are confident, well-balanced individuals who are well prepared for the next phase of their education.”
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