Tany’s Dell Primary praised in Ofsted report
Education / Mon 13th Jun 2022 pm30 12:09pm
TANY’S Dell Primary School has been highly praised by government inspectors Ofsted.
Ofsted came into the Mowbray Road school in February and published their report in May.
The report states:
Tany’s Dell is a very happy school. In this safe environment, pupils develop independence and confidence. They approach adults with big smiles on their faces, and engage maturely in conversation.
Pupils learn to value kindness. They support each other if anyone gets upset. Pupils do not accept any bullying or discrimination of any sort. They appreciate the way leaders resolve any difficulties in relationships between peers.
As soon as children start at the school in the early years, they respond to the high expectations that leaders set. Children settle very quickly, enjoy learning, and make rapid gains in the well-resourced early years classes.
In lessons, pupils show very positive attitudes to learning. Pupils are polite, caring, and thoughtful with each other and adults. There is an atmosphere of calmness around the school.
Pupils at Tany’s Dell enjoy learning. They talked with relish about what they know. This includes older pupils discussing complex mathematical calculations in the playground, and younger ones asserting the importance of healthy eating. Pupils’ enthusiasm embodies the school’s motto to ‘reach for the stars’. They are very proud of their school.
The full report can be read below.