In our last Ofsted inspection the school was rated as Good. 


Our latest Ofsted Report


Here are some of the highlights from our last Ofsted report:


“The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding. Pupils are extremely confident and self-assured learners. They have a thorough understanding of how to be successful, such as persevering to overcome challenges. Pupils show positive attitudes to learning and want to achieve well. They say that they enjoy school. One pupil stated that ‘School is fun and learning is never boring.’”


“Pupils are extremely articulate. They talk confidently and have opportunities to explore mature concepts.”


“Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural education is developed very well. They have a good understanding of tolerance, respect and equality. This prepares them well for life in modern Britain.”


“The school offers pupils a calm and purposeful learning environment. Pupils’ personal development and welfare are outstanding. Behaviour is good. Pupils understand the rules and follow them well.”


“The early years environment is well resourced and organised. It provides rich experiences across all areas of learning. Adults plan interesting themed learning activities which promote curiosity and interaction with others. Practical tasks develop children’s knowledge and understanding. Children are interested and motivated in the activities they are exploring.”


“The curriculum is broad and balanced. It provides effective opportunities for pupils to deepen their knowledge and understanding.  Leaders have ensured that topics are thought-provoking and stimulate pupils’ curiosity.”


“Teachers have positive relationships with pupils. They are enthusiastic and set learning in meaningful and interesting contexts.”


“Home learning opportunities enable pupils to research prior to learning about a new subject in class. This develops pupils’ knowledge and understanding and stimulates high-quality discussions.”


“Leaders work closely with parents and outside agencies to ensure that provision for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) is highly effective.”