Ofsted Inspection Reports
Good relationships promote pupils’ enjoyment of school, their positive attitudes to learning and their regular attendance. They also help the pupils to grow in confidence and self-esteem.
A special feature of pupils’ good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is the way in which pupils from the Early Years Foundation Stage onwards learn to respect, and take responsibility for, themselves and others.
The pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is good. Younger and older pupils play and perform together, enjoy one another’s company and value each other’s contribution. They also enjoy school and are well prepared in terms of their future well being.
Staff have strong commitment to the welfare of the pupils and provide good levels of personal support. Pupils are well known as individuals and they report favourably on how they feel safe and how incidents of bullying although rare are taken seriously and managed effectively.
Many teachers are highly talented specialists and inspire pupils through their enthusiasm. The individual tutoring that many pupils receive either to support an individual talent or a learning need is good.
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