Following a visit from an inspection team at the end of January, Ofsted have now published their findings and have judged the school to be good in all areas. The inspectors noted the "impressive rate" at which the school is being moved forward by leaders. They also commented on the "strongly positive ethos" which they found throughout the school and applauded the way in which the children exemplify the school's values: "They show perseverance, kindness and collaboration. They take pride in their achievements."
Headteacher, Mr Ray McDonagh said, "We are very pleased with the comments from the Ofsted team. They particularly mentioned the pupils' supportive and collaborative attitudes, both to one another and to learning, which was a real-life demonstration of our ethos.
We continue to develop our vision and our school, and look forward to future challenges."
The full report can be found here: Ofsted Report 2018
An amazing day was had by all those who attended the Year 3 Roman Workshop. The children took part in a battle between the Romans and the Celts; dressed up in Roman clothing; tasted Roman food; made their own good luck amulet and experienced a range of other activities the Romans would have experienced. The Year 3 team are very proud of the children and how they participated in the day.