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Ofsted Inspection 2017
St Peter and St Paul are a Good School with Outstanding features.
Pupils are confident and enthusiastic learners who display very good attitudes to learning. They are very well behaved and respectful.
Throughout the school, the quality of teaching is consistently good. As a result, pupils make good progress in a wide range of subjects.
As a team, leaders and staff are ambitious for their pupils. They are uncompromising in their efforts to ensure that pupils receive a consistently good education.
Governors are reflective and knowledgeable about the school. They are ambitious for pupils and play a vital role in the strategic direction of the school.
In the Early Years Foundation Stage children learn in a highly motivating and enriching environment.
The full inspection report can be read below.
Ofsted Interim Inspection Visit
An Interim Inspection Visit was carried out by Ofsted on 3rd December 2020.
This visit was conducted under section 8 of the Education Act 2005 (as amended) and in accordance with Ofsted’s published procedures for visiting schools while routine inspections are temporarily suspended. Ofsted’s visits to schools during the autumn term are not inspections. We are not giving graded judgements. We did not undertake the usual range of inspection activities and were unable to check other sources of evidence, such as visits to lessons or looking at pupils’ work. The content of this letter gives an overview of our discussions about what has happened in your school this term.
During the visit, we spoke to your senior leadership team including the leader with responsibility for safeguarding. We did not speak to pupils because of the protective measures in place.
No safeguarding concerns were identified during this visit.
The letter from Ofsted outlining their findings can be read below.
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