Pupils wow inspectors with their outstanding behaviour
WOOLSERY Primary School has been celebrating their latest Ofsted report which has congratulated the school on the pupils' behaviour.
The school, which has 134 pupils, was last inspected in 2011 and was graded as satisfactory.
But after the latest inspection in January the school has been labelled as good with one outstanding feature – the pupils' behaviour.
In the report the inspectors said: "Pupils enjoy school, make good progress and achieve well in all subjects. The quality of teaching has improved since the previous inspection and has led to rapid improvements in pupils' achievement in reading, writing and maths.
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"Lessons are expertly planned to meet the needs of all pupils. Teaching is consistently good with some that is outstanding."
The inspectors added that by the time pupils reach Year 6 their attainment is above average.
The school's head teacher Matt Cole said: "We are delighted with the outcome of this inspection.
"The inspector has rightly identified many very strong areas of our school which is testament to the hard work and dedication of the whole school community.
"I am pleased the conduct of our children, our innovative curriculum and the work of our middle leadership team have been identified as strengths, as has the commitment of our parents who support the school so well."