Behaviour and safety are excellent. By the end of Year 6, pupils show very high levels of initiative and are very responsible, caring and helpful. They use what they learn in lessons in a very wide range of activities throughout the school, for example, looking after younger children, writing their own forms of, and prayers for, mass and raising money for charity. These examples successfully strengthen pupils’ learning and spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
All groups of pupils achieve well because of good teaching, high expectations and effective support. Children start at the school with a wide range of knowledge, skills and experience which are broadly typical for their age. All groups progress well and, by the end of Year 6, standards are above the national average.
- OFSTED report, May 2013