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Bressingham Primary School receives positive Ofsted report




Staff and pupils were celebrating this week after Bressingham Primary School was rated as good in its latest Ofsted report.

CELEBRATING: Children and staff at Bressingham Primary School are happy about the latest Ofsted report. Picture by Mecha Morton.
CELEBRATING: Children and staff at Bressingham Primary School are happy about the latest Ofsted report. Picture by Mecha Morton.

During a visit shortly before Christmas, inspectors found the school to have maintained its high standards, having been rated as good in its previous report.

Pupils were found to have made good progress in writing and mathematics, while teachers were praised for introducing new texts and topics to capture the imagination of boys.

The report stated: “Pupils were reading Traction Man and writing their own extract from the story.

“All pupils were fully engaged and enjoying the activity, and it was good to see the promising quality of some of the boys’ writing.”

Teachers were praised for setting challenging work for pupils, coming up with ways to keep the curriculum interesting and their use of problem-solving in lessons.

Head of school Dawn Gudde said: “We were all delighted to receive such a positive report about our wonderful school.

“We are very proud of our pupils and staff and very appreciative of the excellent support given to us by our parents and governors.

“We work hard for amazing results, but we also aspire to creating a fantastic learning and community experience for our children, together with a lot of fun through our 100 memorable events.

“It is lovely to have all of these things recognised by Ofsted.”



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