Ofsted and Performance Data
Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports, and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.
The following are some extracts from our recent (February 2018) Ofsted Report:
Pupils have very positive attitudes towards their learning. The school offers a wide range of popular activities, including art, drama and music. Many pupils learn to play a musical instrument. All pupils develop their learning in the school’s wooded area and in local woods.
The curriculum ensures that pupils develop key skills across subjects, broadening pupils’ minds, and helping them to think critically about the world.
Staff are well motivated to develop their practice in order to meet the needs of all pupils and accelerate pupils’ progress further.
The school benefits from a strong team of knowledgeable and effective governors.
Work in pupils’ books shows that leaders have extended the opportunities that pupils have to write regularly across a wide range of curriculum subjects.
Our most recent Ofsted report - Feburary 2018
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, most exams and assessments did not take place in 2019/20 or 2020/21. As a result of this, the government announced that it would not publish school or college level results data in Autumn 2020 or Autumn 2021.
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