Wroxall Primary school pupils ‘enjoy memorable learning experiences’, according to Ofsted inspectors who say the school continues to be ‘good’.
In a report published today, Ofsted has praised the school’s ‘increased pace of improvement’, saying staff have been ‘revitalised’ since the appointment of a new interim headteacher.
Inspectors found that teachers have improved the quality of teaching in reading, writing and mathematics, and provide extra support to pupils who need to catch up.
There was praise for the children too. Following the short inspection in July, Ofsted says pupils concentrate well, work hard, make strong friendships and appreciate the adults that support them in class.
The report noted that there have been substantial and ongoing changes to leadership in recent years, and that as a consequence some areas for improvement have not been fully addressed, but continue to be a focus.
To improve it has been suggested that teachers use pupil outcomes information more precisely to meet their needs, and that staff work on ensuring pupils in all year groups make consistently good progress across a range of subjects.