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Brockdish school ‘needs improving’

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Following its recent inspection just before Christmas, Ofsted has said standards at Brockdish Primary School have fallen and must improve.

The school, which has 26 pupils on its roll, was rated as Outstanding in March 2010, but on December 17 and 18, 2013, Oftsed found progress to be inconsistent across the school, that standards in maths were not as high as in reading or writing and teachers did not have high enough expectations of pupils’ written work.

The report also stated that headteacher Mandy Reeve had, until very recently, lacked adequate professional support and governors had yet to resolve issues relating to the appointment of the headteacher.

It did, however, find pupils were enthusiastic about school and that their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development was particularly strong.

 

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