‘Pupils enjoy their role as ambassadors for the school, welcoming visitors and organising fundraising events.’

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‘Leaders encourage pupils to take on responsibilities in school.’

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‘The safeguarding of pupils is a priority in school. Staff know pupils and families well.’

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‘There are respectful relationships between adults and pupils.’

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‘In
mathematics, the ‘small steps’ of knowledge that pupils must learn are clearly identified.’

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‘Leaders know how important it is for pupils to enjoy reading.’

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‘Learning builds on what pupils already know. Teachers have strong subject knowledge and support pupils to develop their reasoning skills.’

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‘Pupils learn how to stay safe, including when using the internet.’

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‘ Children learn to read as soon as they start at school. Welltrained staff skilfully help children to read with increasing confidence.’

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‘Leaders are working to further improve their curriculum.’

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‘Pupils listen carefully to other people’s opinions.’

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‘Pupils learn to develop their independence from an early age.’

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‘Leaders ensure that staff have the training and support to meet the needs of pupils with SEND’

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‘Pupils are supportive of one another’

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‘Pupils are confident that staff will help them if they have any concerns.’

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‘Pupils feel safe in school. Bullying is rare.’

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‘Leaders and teachers promote a respect of different cultures and ideas.’

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‘One pupil, typical of many, said, ‘We should treat others as we expect to be treated ourselves.’

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‘There are consistent routines and high expectations.’

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‘ Pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), are given extra support if
they fall behind.’

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‘ The early years staff know their children well.’

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‘One group of pupils is supporting the community to develop a sensory garden in
the local area.’

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‘Pupils enjoy attending this school.’

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‘Pupils enjoy taking part in a wide range of extra-curricular experiences, such as rugby club and choir.’

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‘Across
the school, pupils behave well both in lessons and during social times.’

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‘Staff have given careful thought to what
children will learning each term.’

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‘Pupils are respectful of people with different backgrounds or beliefs.’

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‘Teachers encourage pupils
to read in a variety of ways.’

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‘Children enjoy exploring the purposeful learning environment that staff have created for them.’

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‘Pupils move around the school sensibly.’

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