We are delighted to share the most recent Ofsted reports from both the Infant and Junior schools.
The Infant School report (Sept 2023) reflects the excellent work at the school and although this was an ungraded inspection (checking that the school remains good):
‘the evidence gathered suggests that the inspection grade might be outstanding if a graded (section 5) inspection were carried out now, the school’s next inspection will be a graded inspection’
This is a fantastic outcome and we look forward to the next inspection.
The report recognises how well all pupils achieve at school:
‘The possibilities are endless for pupils who attend the school’
‘Pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) achieve extremely well’
We are very proud of all the children who showed the inspector how well they behave and learn:
‘Behaviour in lessons is excellent and pupils work hard’
The report also recognises that the excellent work of the school starts within nursery and year R:
‘This curriculum offer starts with an exceptional early years setting where staff are experts in early education’
OFSTED Report for Wildground Infant School (Sep-23)
The Junior School report (Oct 2019) recognised that the school continues to be good and has high aspirations for all:
'leaders and teachers have high aspirations for pupils. They go out of their way to raise pupils aspirations'
As at the Infant school the children showed how well they learn and behave. We are very proud of them all:
'Pupils are confident learners who demonstrate a love of learning and strive to do their best'
'Pupils behave well in classrooms and as they move around the school'
The strength of our curriculum was also recognised, highlighting the excellent opportunities that our curriculum provides:
'One of the strengths of the school is the way leaders have developed the curriculum so that pupils receive a wide set of experiences that support their broader development'