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Raysfield Infant Site

Here is the summary of key findings for parents and pupils taken from the most recent OFSTED Inspection that took place on 4th April 2017

“The executive headteacher has developed a strong staff team that constantly look to ‘learn, enjoy, achieve and discover together’. She is highly ambitious for pupils.”

“Governors are forward thinking and committed to secure successful futures for pupils. They have worked tirelessly to establish a federation with the neighbouring junior school.”

“The school is highly inclusive. Pupils, no matter what barriers they may face, have the support and resources they need to thrive.”

“Parents are extremely happy with what the school provides and really appreciate the adjustments that staff make in order for pupils to be happy and to succeed.”

“Pupils enjoy their learning across a range of subjects due to a wide, interesting curriculum. They learn about life in other countries as well as outside their own classroom door. This prepares pupils well for their futures.”

“Pupils want to be at school and they attend very well; attendance is higher than the national average.”

Raysfield Junior Site

Here is the summary of key findings for parents and pupils taken from the most recent OFSTED Inspection that took place on 24th January 2017

“The successful leadership of the executive headteacher and the acting headteacher has been central to the significant improvements since the last inspection. Together, they have forged a strong sense of ambition for the school.”

“Teachers’ high expectations and the increasingly challenging work they plan ensure that the most able pupils achieve well and reach increasingly high standards.”

“The needs of disadvantaged pupils, including the most able disadvantaged pupils, are well catered for so that they achieve as well as others nationally from similar starting points.”

“Behaviour is good. Pupils have positive attitudes to their learning and apply themselves diligently to their work. Typically, they are polite and friendly and enjoy all that the school has to offer.”

“Well-informed governors give good levels of support and challenge to school leaders. They have a clear view of how well the school is doing and take swift action to secure improvement when required.”

“The provision for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is well planned. Pupils receive carefully tailored support that enables them to make good progress.”