Here at Audley Primary School we are very proud of our recent Ofsted report. Ofsted graded our school as ‘good’. Here are some reasons why:
- The headteacher provides decisive leadership. He has worked with school leaders and governors to create a climate of high expectations in which teaching is good and pupils achieve well.
- School leaders and governors have an accurate understanding of the school’s strengths and what needs to be improved. Their ambitious plans reflect their ability to improve further.
- Pupils enjoy learning and they make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics to reach standards that are above average at the end of Year 6.
- Good teaching captures pupils’ interest. Activities are usually challenging and enable all pupils, including disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs, to achieve well.
- The curriculum is broad and balanced and promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well. Carefully selected books provide pupils with opportunities to think about moral issues.
- Pupils’ behaviour is good. They get on well together and they are kind and thoughtful towards each other and to adults.
- Pupils say they feel safe in school. They say that bullying is rare and that adults are always there to help if a problem should arise.
- Governors provide a good level of support and challenge to school leaders. They know the school well and hold leaders to account effectively.
- Children get off to a good start in the Reception class. They behave well and they feel safe. They enjoy learning and make rapid progress.
To read the full report click on the link below.
To read Parent View results or to complete the survey click on the link below.