North Suffolk school graded good by Ofsted
A north Suffolk primary school has improved from ‘satisfactory’ to ‘good’ following a recent inspection by Ofsted.
Stonham Aspal Primary School achieved a rating of good in all four of Ofsted’s inspection categories, including the achievement of pupils and the quality of teaching.
Headteacher Paul Hesketh, said: “Everyone has worked tirelessly to make sure that all children can achieve their very best when they attend this school. We are very pleased with our assessment results throughout the school and now the status of the school is confirmed with a very positive result from the Ofsted inspection.
“We are all proud of our school, especially its caring and supportive Christian ethos and the excellent achievements of our children.”
The inspectors’ report praised the good quality teaching, which is sometimes outstanding, pupils’ behaviour and the enthusiasm for learning from the pupils and the school’s leadership. In order to improve further, the inspectors said that parents should be provided with more information about their child’s progress, and teachers need to make it clearer to pupils what they are expected to learn, among other things.
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