St Nicholas Primary School Celebrate After Ofsted Inspection

St Nicholas Primary School Celebrate After Ofsted Inspection

A Beverley primary school is celebrating after Ofsted inspectors ruled that it is a ‘good’ school, which is well placed to improve still further.

In their report, the inspectors say pupils’ achievement and the quality of teaching at Beverley has improved since a previous inspection rated it as ‘satisfactory’.

Headteacher, Mrs , said:

“We are all delighted with the outcomes of the Ofsted inspection which took place in July.”

“It is a great reflection of the hard work, commitment and dedication of all the staff, governors, pupils and parents of the school. We are extremely proud of our achievements.”

The report says pupils make good progress, that attainment in mathematics is above average by the end of Year 6, and teaching is good.

Inspectors found that pupils feel safe and enjoy coming to school, that pupils’ behaviour is good and disabled pupils, and those with special educational needs make good progress because of the good support they receive.

Their report says that the determined headteacher, well supported by the deputy headteacher, has been very successful in improving the quality of teaching and, consequently, pupils’ achievement since the last inspection.

The governors are said to know the school very well and provide good levels of support and challenge.

Councillor Julie Abraham commenting on the news, said:

“I am so pleased for everyone at St Nicholas School that the hard work and determination that has been required to achieve this judgement has been recognised.”

“The school has worked for a considerable length of time with officers from the authority’s school improvement service and both partners to this success should be acknowledged and congratulated.”

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