Pupils, staff and governors are in celebration after their recent acknowledgement of the school’s strengths as recognised by Ofsted inspectors.
Inspectors identified many strengths that the school possess and have also outlined some advice on how the school could improve further.
Ofsted made reference to the pupils’ excellent behaviour in lessons and their strength of pupils’ understanding of right and wrong.
Inspectors also praised pupils on their moral, social and cultural development and their strong links with the community.
Chair of governors for the school, Sara Cooper, commented that she was ‘pleased with the outcomes of the inspection and the direction the school is taking’.
“This reflects the parents and carers continued support of the school and the achievements of the children,” Sara said.
Other strengths highlighted by the inspectors included school leaders have an accurate view of what the school needs to improve and the governors good understanding of the strengths of the school and where improvement is needed.
The school is now working towards making improvements.