Our most recent Ofsted inspection, June 2015, confirms we are a Good School.
Our Ofsted inspection, in June 2013, identified some key areas which we have been working on in order to make Grange Primary School the best school it can be; really achieving our potential.
In September 2013 we had a visit from an HMI inspector who reported that ‘Senior leaders and governors are taking effective action to tackle the areas requiring improvement identified at the recent section 5 (Ofsetd) inspection.’
There were lots of things to celebrate in our Ofsted report which the inspectors highlighted in their report. These positive features included:
- ‘The headteacher, together with the new senior leadership team, is driving forward improvements in teaching and pupils’ achievement. Teaching is now better than in the recent past and good in many classes.’
- ‘Children in the Early Years Foundation Stage make a good start.’
- ‘Pupils behave well. They are polite, courteous and feel safe. Pupils from different backgrounds mix together well.’
- ‘Attendance has improved and is currently above average.’