Pupils and staff at Wymondham C of E Primary School are celebrating after the school was rated “Good” by Ofsted. The school is one of the first primary schools in the area to be inspected under the new Ofsted framework and was rated good in all areas of assessment.
Ofsted praised the school’s leadership and management, the report commenting that, “leaders have improved the school and the curriculum” and “the school is very well led and managed”.
Executive Head Teacher Julie Hopkins commented, “I am delighted that Ofsted celebrated our collaborative approach to learning and recognised the effective plan staff and governors have in place for school improvement. What pleases me most is the positive feedback provided by pupils and parents during the inspection and we’re delighted the Ofsted report highlights the safe, fun learning environment our children enjoy. I’d like to thank Head of School, Amanda Scott, and her team of talented staff and governors for their dedication and passion that they demonstrate every day towards the education of the children at this wonderful school.”
Staff are keen for all children to excel, and this too was noted in the inspection report. “Staff are ambitious for what the pupils can achieve” and “they make sure that the pupils have a good quality of education. This includes pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and disadvantaged pupils”.
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