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Ofsted inspected our school on 21st and 22nd May 2019 and found this. In their summary they stated:

  • Skilled leaders have ensured that the school is improving at a rapid rate.
  • The headteacher has established an ethos underpinned by respect for others and high aspirations.
  • Staff and pupils alike endeavour to achieve their best.
  • Leaders have high expectations for pupils’ achievements.
  • The curriculum is broad and balanced.
  • Governance is strong.
  • The promotion of pupils’ personal development is a strength of the school.


Please see the latest report below.

Please find below our most recent assessment information and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.   There are no recent results to publish as tests were not taken because of Covid-19.


We are very proud of our Key Stage 2 results which are at or above National Average.  Our children are secondary ready.



Each year we analyse our data, all our monitoring and any information we have about our school.  We use this to see what our strengths are, and where we can make improvements.  The governors and staff are all involved in this, and we use the information we get from children and parents to make these evaluations. 

Although we know we are a good school, we are always striving to be even better.  We want to be OUTSTANDING! 



Our priorities for this academic year (2023-2024) are below.
1.   Improve outcomes and progress in English.

  • Further develop our oracy curriculum, creating a whole school culture, where oracy is nurtured by everyday interactions, contributing to high-quality oracy education.
  • Ensure consistent quality practice in phonics sessions throughout the school and that our resources meet the children's needs and improve parental support in phonics and reading.
  • Improve children's comprehension and enjoyment of reading.
  • Improve our writing curriculum and outcomes.

2.  Improve outcomes and progress in Maths.

  • Improve children's mathematical fluency and apply these to mental maths, written strategies and problem solving.
  • Improve children's outcomes and progress in mathematical thinking.

3.  Improve outcomes and progress in the EYFS.

  • Improve our EYFS curriculum offer and provision (including communication), ensuring it meets the needs of our children.

4.  Ensure our curriculum is fit for purpose and meets the needs of our children.

  • Ensure our 'PE' curriculum is fit for purpose and meets the needs of our children.
  • Ensure our 'Music' curriculum is fit for purpose and meets the needs of our children.
  • Ensure our 'Languages' curriculum is fit for purpose and meets the needs of our children.
  • Improve our parents understanding and knowledge of our curriculum.

5.  Improve effectiveness of leadership and management.

  • Improve subject leaders knowledge of current curriculum practice and ensure targeted support.
  • Develop communication and engagement with SEND parents.

6.  Enhance inclusive practice: including behaviour management and attendance strategies and provision.

  • Improve pupil behaviour.
  • Improve pupil attendance (inc. Pupil Premium and EAL).
  • Develop our induction practice for children and families new to school.