What does Ofsted Say?

'Pupils’ achievement, the quality of teaching and behaviour and safety are all good and improving rapidly. This has been achieved through the collective efforts of: effective leadership and governance; capable staff; and pupils’ positive attitudes to learning.'

'Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is effectively promoted through a curriculum tailored to pupils various needs. For example, pupils enjoy considerable opportunities to explore other cultures through regular international days and visits. The quality of education in the Early Years Foundation Stage is good and ensures that children are well prepared for Key Stage 1.'

'Pupils with special educational needs, those who are supported by the pupil premium, and Pakistani and Roma/Slovak heritage pupils, typically make progress that is better than their peers in other schools nationally. The academy’s systems for identifying the needs of those pupils whose second language is English and who join during the school year, are very effective and ensure that these pupils start learning promptly. Academic tracking data indicates that the rising trend in pupils’ attainment and achievement apparent over the past 15 months is set to continue.'