Our most recent OFSTED report (April 2023) is available below. In this inspection the school was graded good.
This is a friendly school where everyone is welcome. Pupils are happy and safe. Staff
know pupils well and place them at the centre of their work. Trust leaders, school leaders
and staff are united in their aim to live up to the school motto ‘the best of every child and
a fair chance for all’.
Pupils play and work cooperatively across all age groups. They behave well in lessons and
around the school. Older pupils look out for younger pupils and are good role models.
Unkindness and bullying are rare. Should any bullying occur, pupils are confident that staff
will sort it out.
Pupils learn a broad range of subjects. Leaders have high expectations of what pupils,
including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), can achieve.
Pupils live up to these expectations. They talk with excitement about their learning. Pupils
generally do well. They leave Year 6 prepared for learning at secondary school.
Parents are supportive of the school and what it does for their children. They appreciate
the care that staff take, with a typical comment being, ‘My child’s teachers are passionate
and committed.’ However, some parents voice concerns about staff turnover at the school.
A link to the ‘parent view’ website is available here.
The data dashboard provides an ‘at a glance’ picture of the results achieved by our pupils at the end of KS1 (Year 1) and the end of KS2 (Year 6). The most recent data is available here.
School performance tables as published by the Dept. for Education are here.