The principal has high expectations of staff and pupils. Working with an effective leadership team, there is a strong drive to ensure that the school continually improves.
The proactive work of the pastoral team provides good support for both families and pupils. Pupils feel safe and are well cared for.
Children in the early years get off to a good start to their education. Leaders plan provision well so that children thrive in the nurturing environment.
Relationships between adults and pupils are positive. They are built upon mutual respect that encourages pupils’confidence and self-esteem.
The curriculum makes good provision for pupils’social, moral, cultural and spiritual development. Different roles and responsibilities promote pupils’understanding of living in a modern British community.
Ofsted December 2018
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