The school was inspected in March 2014 under Section 5 of the Education Act 2005.
Below is a short extract taken from the report on the school's performance.
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This is a good school.
- Pupils achieve well overall and especially in reading and writing. Attainment in reading and writing has improved since the last inspection and has been above average for the last four years.
- Teaching is good, with some that is outstanding. As a result, pupils make good progress.
- Teaching assistants make a valuable contribution to pupils’ learning. Consequently, disabled pupils and those with special educational needs achieve well.
- Positive relationships between adults and pupils, together with high expectations, mean that pupils work hard and do their best.
- Children make good progress in the Early Years Foundation Stage and are well prepared for Year 1.
- Pupils behave well and feel safe at school. They work and play together well. All pupils agree that bullying is rare.
- Parents wholeheartedly agree that the school keeps its pupils safe. All parents who responded to the online questionnaire would recommend the school to others.
- The school is very well led. The determined and inspirational headteacher, ably supported by the deputy headteacher, has ensured that the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievement have both remained good since the last inspection. The school is well placed to continue to improve.
- Governors know the school well. They use their skills and expertise to challenge and support school leaders.
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Pupil Premium Statement
The Pupil Premium is additional Government funding which enables the school to address the inequalities between those children eligible for free school meals and their peers.
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