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With a strong record of success to date and the high levels of ambition that the head teacher has for the pupils, the school is extremely well placed to improve further..."
The school has established a very positive relationship with parents and carers, who value the school’s work and are extremely pleased with the progress their children are making..."
There is a highly positive ethos within the school which strongly promotes the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through a curriculum designed to inspire and motivate the pupils so that they enjoy learning..."
The pupils behave exceptionally well because all members of staff have consistently high expectations of them. Instances of bullying are very rare; read more..."
The governing body is very active and highly effective, not only in supporting the school’s improvement strategy but also in instigating changes..."
The curriculum interests and motivates the pupils through a wide range of exciting topics..."
“This is a good school which has improved considerably and is extremely well placed to improve further. The leadership and management are outstanding. The head teacher and the governing body have demonstrated an unrelenting drive to provide the best for the pupils. Together with the staff they have created an ethos which promotes very positive attitudes to learning and an environment that allows the pupils to feel safe and happy. Their consistently high expectations of the pupils are rewarded with excellent behaviour and application in lesso..."
Special Person and Worker of the Week
Special Person - Cameron Payne for being kind, considerate and fair.
Worker - Kobi Ludford for a fantastic sentence about his mum and Jack Smith for producing a lovely Mother's Day Letter.
Class Attendance Winner and Winning House
Attendance this week was won by Leopards with 99.3% and Lynx with 99%. Well Done! Leopards and Lynx class can wear their own clothes to school on Wednesday 23rd April.
The winning house this week is Amber with 106 points. Sapphire were second with 85 points each.