Thurlaston Primary School ends the year on a high note

thurlaston primary badgeThurlaston Church of England (Aided) Primary School achieved excellent reports following two recent inspections.

Both praised the school with OFSTED grading the behaviour and safety of the pupils as outstanding and all other areas as at least good.

The Church Schools Inspector gave a similar good report.

The staff, parents, pupils and governors are very pleased that the school has been recognised for the good work that it does.

Both OFSTED and the Church School Inspection graded the school as Good.

Highlights of the OFSTED report include:
Pupils achieve well and leave school with above-average standards in English and Mathematics; many pupils making outstanding progress, Teaching is typically good with some that is outstanding, (pupils) feel safe, behave exceptionally well and are very proud of their school, teachers and other adults have high expectations of what pupils can achieve.

The Church Inspection noted the “outstanding relationships between children, staff, parents and governors which are rooted in the Christian character and values of the school” and the “extremely well behaved children who are confident and articulate and enjoy school.”

Gavin Beetham, the Headteacher said:

“We are really proud of the quality education that we provide for all our pupils. We believe that we cater extremely well for both their academic and personal development.  I am particularly pleased that the inspections noted that there is a very strong team approach as everyone works tremendously hard at school.”

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