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OFSTED and beyond Presentation – 9 th October 2013. The school’s inspection was conducted on 20 th & 21 st June 2013 by Tribal on behalf of OFSTED. . The overall effectiveness of the school was judged to ‘require improvement’.

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OFSTED and beyond

Presentation – 9th October 2013

The school’s inspection was conducted on 20th & 21st June 2013 by Tribal on behalf of OFSTED.

The overall effectiveness of the school was judged to ‘require improvement’.

The judgement grade replaces what was previously known as ‘satisfactory’.

What does these mean in respect of your children and how well the school is performing?

The school is performing adequately, but not good enough, in comparison to schools nationally.

Your children should be getting a much better education than they have been receiving to date.

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So how is the judgement made?

The school is judged in 4 key areas and the performance in each area

closely influences that of the other areas. These areas are……….

Achievement of pupils – this was judged to require improvement.

Quality of teaching – this was judged to require improvement.

Behaviour and Safety – this was judged to be good.

Leadership and management – this was judged to require improvement.

The school will be closely scrutinised and supported by a link Her Majesty’s Inspector

from OFSTED and by the Local Authority.

The Governing Body of the school are responsible and accountable for ensuing that

the school improves.

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Other useful things to know….

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Achievement of pupils – this was judged to require improvement.

Quality of teaching – this was judged to require improvement.

Behaviour and Safety – this was judged to be good.

Leadership and management – this was judged to require improvement.

The school will be closely scrutinised and supported by a link Her Majesty’s Inspector

from OFSTED and by the Local Authority.

The Governing Body of the school are responsible and accountable for ensuing that

the school improves.

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What does the school need to do to improve further?

Improve the quality of teaching so that it is all consistently good or better by:

Ensuring that all teachers understand the level at which pupils are working and provide work that builds on and extends what they can already do,

Providing more challenge for all pupils in lessons by asking questions that make them think,

Raising expectations of what pupils can do by insisting on high standards and setting

aspirational goals that make them work hard.

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Raise pupils’ achievement at Key Stage 2 by:

Improving teachers’ marking by providing clear guidance about how pupils can improve

their work and by providing opportunities for them to correct and improve their work,

Ensuring that pupils fully understand and apply their skills and knowledge in basic number

and grammar before introducing the next step too quickly,

Using a wider range of literature, such as published stories, books and poetry, to show

pupils how authors use grammar, imaginative vocabulary and sentence structure, and

so help pupils to improve their own writing.

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Improve the quality of leadership and management by:

Making better use of all available information to provide a clearer picture of the most

important priorities to raise pupils’ achievement and improve the quality of teaching.

Reviewing the planned curriculum for writing and mathematics to ensure that pupils

develop their skills, knowledge and understanding systematically.