Our most recent full Ofsted inspection was in June 2015 and we were judged as Outstanding in all categories.
Extracts from the full Ofsted report 2015 are as follows:
‘Pupils achieve exceptionally well academically, personally, physically and creatively.’
‘Children get off to a flying start in the Early Years. They continue to make outstanding progress…’
‘The excellent curriculum provides many exciting and memorable experiences, which spark pupils’ enthusiasm for learning.’
‘Staff set high expectations and share a strong determination to help pupils achieve as successfully as possible.’
‘Behaviour is exemplary in and out of lessons because the school promotes pupils’ personal development exceptionally well…’
‘..a wealth of after-school clubs’
‘Much is done to promote a ‘family’ feel…’
Please click here to download a copy of the report published in June 2015
Extract from the Ofsted report published in 2010 are as follows:
‘Pupils achieve well, not just because teaching and learning are good but also because they are encouraged to see their potential and are given the self-confidence to work hard and aim high
There is a strong sense of teamwork and pride in what has already been achieved and a complete lack of complacency. School self-evaluation is accurate.’
We were inspected in Science in February 2012. We were delighted to have been graded as ‘Outstanding’ in that subject inspection.
Extract from the science subject inspection Ofsted report 2012:
‘There is a culture of high expectations in the school with all staff fully committed to ensuring that all pupils achieve highly’
As a Church of England School we were inspected by SIAMS (National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) in May 2015 and graded as 'Outstanding' in all areas.
Extract from the SIAMS report May 2015:
'The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Wrington Primary School as a Church of England school are outstanding
· Inspirational leadership and management promotes a strong vision for the school and its future, and creates a Christian ethos where Christian values underpin all aspects of school life
· There is an inspirational partnership with the local Christian community, which deeply affects the life of the school
· The school fulfils its vision statement lovingly and effectively, as it cherishes and nurtures pupils and ensures they flourish and aspire
- A rich variety of expressions of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development permeate the curriculum and daily life of the school. '