Christ Church Primary School was inspected on the 10th May 2018 and was judged to be a good school.

You can read the full report here. 2018 OFSTED Report (PDF)

Quotes from the report…

Staff are diligent and tenacious in safeguarding pupils. You ensure that they take robust action to intervene or escalate concerns in a timely way to keep pupils safe.(Ofsted 2018)

“The English subject leader has strong subject knowledge and models effective practice in Year 6. Appropriately targeted training and professional development are supporting teachers to improve their practice.”

“Teaching in the Reception Year is effective in targeting children’s needs to do well. This includes supporting children to make good progress in writing.”

“Pupils say that they feel safe. They have trust in the staff and in staff’s ability to deal swiftly with any rare incidents of anti-social behaviour or bullying. Pupils have full awareness of what bullying is, including cyber bullying. They acquire this through activities such as anti-bullying week. Pupils know how to stay safe in a variety of situations, for example when working or playing online, or in the event of a fire at school. Pupils and staff alike share an understanding that staying safe is everyone’s responsibility.”