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The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education since the last inspection. Consistently good teaching ensures that pupils develop positive attitudes to learning at the school..."
Pupils' current work shows that they are responding well to the additional challegnes provided. They leave the school in Year 6 with a secure understanding of the skills required to do well in subjects including science, history, geography and art..."
Teachers prepare a range of interesting activities that engage pupils effectively. They make the focus of lessons clear so that pupils understand what they are expected to achieve. In English and Mathematics this approach is reinforced regularly by constructive feedback..."
Pupils conduct themselves responsibly in leesons and around the school. They are enthusiastic learners who respond well to questions and challenges. Their perseverance, the school's current focus, is reflected in their lengthy writing which pupils have refined well. Any behaviour that does not meet your expectations is dealt with firmly. Pupils feel that behaviour is managed fairly. read more..."
The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils contributes to their confidence that school is a safe and stimulating place to learn. Assemblies are used effectively to ensure that pupils start their school work in a positive frame of mind. They develop pride in their work, evident in the care pupils take with their handwriting as they progress through the school..."
The school's safeguarding procedures ensure that pupils know who to turn to should they have any concerns. Wide-ranging work with families, including guidance provided by a specialist family support worker, contributes to high-quality care. Pupils, particularly the school council, take an active part in developing rules and regulations that they are all expected to follow..."
Special Person and Worker of the Week
Workers of the Week
Leah Makeham in Bobcats for independently writing her name.
Phoenix Baldock in Lions for lovely handwriting.
Jessica Mihaila in Leopards for working well all week, particularly in maths.
Stanleigh Walsh in Tigers for always completing the work set and wanting to challenge himself.
Carlos Brooks in Lynx for writing 3 pages of a diary entry.
Louise McAlinney in Jaguars for sharing excellent attitudes, effort and enthusiasm in maths.
Values Awards of the Week
Michael Murphy in Bobcats for always working hard to learn new sounds.
Joshua Cook - Hassan in Lions for trying really hard on sounding out words.
Marcus Machado in Leopards for being determined to promote determination.
Olivia Hoare in Tigers for being determined to improve.
De-Jaun Bennett in Lynx for determination in Maths, reading scales where not all numbers are there.
Abbi Evans in Jaguars for sharing determination in maths.
Class Attendance Winner and Winning House
The winning house this week was Sapphire with 95 points. Emerald were second with 75 points!
Class Attendance Winners were Lynx Class with 99.3%. Well done! Lynx Class can wear their own clothes to school on Monday.