Praise for Sheering Primary by Ofsted
Politics / Wed 11th May 2016 am31 08:31am
SHEERING Primary has received a welcome boost after being praised by Ofsted in a recent inspection.
The report states:
The school has improved significantly since the last inspection and is well placed to develop further. The headteacher has high expectations and with good support from the deputy headteacher and governors is driving improvements forward, especially in improving teaching and pupils’ outcomes.
Leaders promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development effectively, as well as their physical well-being.
Teachers and teaching assistants work well together to successfully meet the learning needs of different pupils. They use well-chosen resources effectively. They have good relationships with pupils and manage behaviour well
Pupils’ behaviour in lessons and around the school is good. Effective welfare arrangements promote pupils’ good personal development and ensure they are safe. As a result, they respond well and enjoy school.
The school’s accurate records of pupils’ achievement, work in pupils’ books and lessons show that the progress of current pupils is good in reading, writing, mathematics and in a range of other subjects. The school is successfully filling the past gaps in pupils’ learning.
As a result of good leadership and good teaching in the Reception class, children are now making good progress in the early years. This is leading to a rise in the proportion of children who are set to reach a good level of development at the end of the Reception year.
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