Our school is currently listed as Requires Improvement. Despite this we believe in what we do and are working hard to make the improvements highlighted by our most recent report.
Some the positives noted in the last report include:
The headteacher and all adults in the school know every child well and take all steps to keep them safe. Pupils talk positively about the care that is shown towards them in school.
Continuing good practice in the Reception class means that all children, including disabled children and those with special educational needs, are making good progress. They are being well prepared for learning in Year 1.
The newly appointed acting deputy headteacher has strengthened the school’s leadership capacity. He is taking on responsibility for leading mathematics and English, and has already made positive inroads
In 2015, all Year 6 pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, and a number of them exceeded this standard.