Ofsted Inspection - May 2015

 The purpose of Ofsted inspections is to judge the quality of education that schools provide.

Under the current Ofsted framework the possible Ofsted judgements are: Outstanding (Grade 1) / Good (Grade 2) / Requires improvement (Grade 3) and Inadequate (Grade 4)

Our most recent Ofsted inspection was on  Thursday 7th and Friday 8th May 2015.

During this inspection the school was graded good in leadership and management, behaviour and safety of pupils and early years provision. Quality of teaching and achievement of pupils was graded requires improvement, resulting in our overall effectiveness being graded as requires improvement.

The report recognises the significant changes and improvements made since September 2014 and the fact that pupil achievement and quality of teaching is improving.

The report recognises that previous under performance in teaching and learning and pupil achievement has been addressed and that now the school is providing a much higher quality of education to all pupils.

As a result of this inspection the governing board and all staff at the school reaffirmed their commitment towards continuing the school improvement journey that the school started in September 2014  and relentlessly working to improve all aspects of the school’s performance.

If you wish to discuss any aspect of our Ofsted report or school improvement in general please do not hesitate to make an appointment to speak to the Head Teacher or any other member of the Senior Leadership Team.