Ofsted Inspection

12th July 2013

 

Ofsted Inspection June 2013

 

Ofsted inspectors say:

The significant majority of pupils behave sensibly, enjoy school greatly and show very positive attitudes to school and learning. They like the reward system and are very proud that the teachers acknowledge their hard work and efforts. Records show, and pupils agree, that there is not very much bullying and when it does happen it is usually dealt with promptly.

The subjects taught provide broad and balanced experiences for pupils throughout the school, both academically and in their personal development. Topics really interest pupils and incorporate visits and visitors. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is supported appropriately in lessons, assemblies and in the daily life of the school. All groups of pupils have equal opportunities to succeed because there is no discrimination.

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