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Ofsted Inspection Report

OFSTED Report 2013

The school continues to be good and has made considerable improvements against Ofsted action points.  Senior Leaders work closely with Hampshire Inspectors to ensure continued improvement.

The agreed priorities for English July 2016:

  • Ensure that the quality of teaching is consistently good through a rigorous monitoring

schedule.

  • Secure teachers’ understanding of ARE at the end of Year 1 and 2 and expectations for

progress within the year.

  • Use Assessment for Learning effectively so that it has immediate impact on the provision

and attainment.

  • Scrutinise task design so that the learning is broken down into small, manageable segments

so all learners can access the learning with appropriate variation.

The agreed priorities for Maths April 2016:

  • Planning is in place and used effectively across the school that is in line with curriculum

expectations and non-negotiables that will lead to end-of-key-stage expectations.

  • Pupils make consistently good progress across the school – in line with year group

expectations.

  • Teacher assessment judgements are robust through a clear understanding of the standards

and routine moderation.

  • Staff are clear about the expectations for each year group that will lead to most pupils

meeting the end-of-key-stage expected standard.

  • Regular monitoring is timetabled in, with on-going development and support as necessary.
  • Pupils are helped to stay on track and make the expected progress through timely and

pertinent intervention and support.

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.

https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/ 

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