PUPILS, teachers, teaching assistants, school leaders and governors have all contributed towards Inmans Primary School being rated a GOOD SCHOOL by Ofsted inspectors.
The Ofsted school inspection report published this week says that pupils’ progress, from their below average starting points, is good. Pupils make good progress in reading throughout the school. They are keen and eager to read and the school promotes reading well.
Teaching is good at the school says the report, which results in pupils learning quickly and enjoying their lessons, evident in their improved attendance. Teaching assistants are skilled in supporting the learning and personal development of individuals and small groups of pupils. This makes a big difference to the progress made by these pupils.
School leaders and governors have high aspirations for pupils. They have developed a strong sense of purpose and determination amongst all staff that all pupils should achieve their potential.
The Ofsted Report (12th January 2016) summary:
This is a good school.
Overall effectiveness – Good
Effectiveness of leadership and management – Good
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment – Good
Personal development, behaviour and welfare – Good
Outcomes for pupils – Good
Early Years provision – Good