Ofsted and SIAMS Reports
The schools most recent Ofsted report was in 2022.
Please click here to access our report on the Ofsted website.
Pupils offer a warm welcome to their school. They are proud and happy to be at the heart of this close knit learning community. Relationships between staff and families are warm, respectful and supportive.
Leaders have high expectations for behaviour. Pupils listen well and are keen to engage with the views of others. Pupils treat each other with kindness. They are confident that should any incidents of bullying happen, staff would deal with them effectively. Pupils glow with excitement when describing their link with a school in The Gambia. They have raised funds to pay for new flooring and sports equipment in the Gambian school. They share letters and video messages with their friends and love hearing about life in The Gambia.
Pupils say they push themselves out of their comfort zone while flourishing at residential trips in Y ears 5 and 6. Pupils value th e annual competition to design and build a go-kart to race against other schools. Through the strong local sports partnership, girls and boys represent the school at swimming, netball, football, cricket and athletics events.
Attendance is very high at clubs, including gymnastics before school. Pupils also enjoy wider opportunities such as sewing, gardening, yoga, board games and junk modelling.