Summary of OFSTED report November 2014

This is a GOOD school.


  • Outstanding leadership and management by the headteacher have been the key factors in the school’s improvement.
  • Pupils make good progress from their starting points. Standards of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics are above national averages by the end of Key Stage 2.
  • Children in the early years make good progress.
  • Pupils who receive extra support through additional government funding achieve as well as other pupils.
  • Improvements in the quality of teaching have led to teaching now being of a good quality with some that is outstanding.
  • Pupils are polite, kind, friendly and behaviour is good. They say they feel very safe in school.
  • Senior and middle leaders carry out their responsibilities very well.
  • There is a good level of expertise on the governing body and governors rigorously hold the school to account.