"The promotion of pupils’ welfare is excellent. Staff are highly effective at removing the considerable barriers to learning that pupils have on entering the school."
Ofsted, March 2017.
We work tirelessly to help all pupils, many of whom have previously found school a real challenge, to become independent, lifelong learners who are able to regulate and manage their own feelings and behaviour.
We have tailored our curriculum by being creative; carefully evaluating our pupil strengths and needs. We have placed importance on promoting personal development, basic skills, creativity and physical activity.
The safety and wellbeing of our children is paramount. Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this committment.
We are a nurturing school which prides itself on our inclusive family ethos. Staff work hard here to make sure children are happy, well cared for and that they reach the highest standards possible. We all want the best for our children. We know that children achieve more when parents and school work together; parents are welcome to come in and discuss matters with class teachers, or the Headteacher. We see the education of our children as a partnership between home and school, and, like any partnership, it will succeed in an atmosphere of mutual trust.
By working together we hope to give children the chance to develop their talents in an atmosphere which fosters tolerance, independence, positive self-regulation and, above all, a positive attitude towards learning and a drive for excellence.
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The school environment is bright, welcoming and highly respected by pupils. They wear their uniform, and complete their work, with pride.
The promotion of pupils’ welfare is excellent. Staff are highly effective at removing the considerable barriers to learning that pupils have on entering the school.
As pupils’ confidence builds over time, they soon become ready to learn and their progress accelerates. Pupils’ overall progress is good. By the time they leave, pupils are well prepared for their next school.