Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.
The school was inspected by Ofsted in July 2022.
Our latest Ofsted report (July 2022) made the following comments:
- Both school sites are calm and orderly places.
- Pupils' attendance is high and they enjoy coming to school. They say that they feel safe and have an adult with whom they can talk if they have any concerns.
- School leaders provide pupils with a personal, social and health curriculum that prepares them well as citizens for the future.
Ofsted also identified and commented on:
- Our stronger curriculum areas such as maths, English, science and physical education and were positive about the extra-curricular opportunities offered and the school swimming programme.
Share your views through Parent View
Parents and carers can give their views of our school at any time of the school year and at the time of a school inspection using an online questionnaire called Parent View.
When our school is notified of its next Ofsted inspection, parents will be invited to give their views about the school to inspectors using the Parent View online facility as this has replaced Ofsted’s paper questionnaire. Please make sure we have your most up-to-date contact details.
Please register with an email address and a password at https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk. Once your login has been activated, it only takes a few minutes to complete answers to 12 short questions about aspects such the quality of teaching, level of homework, etc.
Your views are important in helping inspectors make a decision about our school, and to help us know what is going well and what could be improved.
If you do not have a computer or an email address or if you would like help to use Parent View, please come into school and ask at reception.
If you do feel that there is something we could do better please take advantage of our 'open door' policy and contact the Class Teacher in the first instance.
Salisbury Diocese inspected the school during November 2016 and stated,
‘The school makes it clear that each child is special and valued. There is a real depth of trust and respect between children and staff. Children know that members of staff want them to be successful and listen to ideas to shape their learning. The quality of behaviour is high and this is supported by views received from the community.’
‘A range of provision is in place that meets a diverse range of needs to support children’s emotional, social skills and well-being. The school is active in establishing good relationships with parents and is seen by them to go beyond expectations to support their children. The school prides itself on the academic progress and attainment children make.’
If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting Mr Skinner