Inspectors have praised staff leadership and student behaviour at Vauvert Primary School in a recent report, which marked the school as 'Very Good'.
A team from Terry Carr Consultancy Ltd visited the school in June this year.
During that time they spoke with parents, carers and students about their experiences with the school, while working closely with the Headteacher and staff. They evaluated the school in a number of areas including leadership and management, learning and teaching, and children's successes and achievements.
The inspection team found the children to be polite, respectful and enthusiastic with a keen work ethic. Meanwhile they praised the leadership of the Headteacher, describing his vision for the students as underpinning the life and work of the school.
"I am incredibly pleased with the report's findings," said Headteacher Tim Walters. "The inspection team recognised our school's many successes and achievements, evaluating Vauvert Primary School as Very Good. This is an excellent result and a true reflection of the hard work, commitment and professionalism of all our staff, the positive support of parents and not forgetting of course our super pupils, who are a real credit to the school."
The school's implementation of Growth Mindset along with teachers' differentiated planning and varied approaches to learning is said to have positively impacted the its ethos, resulting in further progress in literacy and numeracy.
The report noted a strong focus on wellbeing, equality and inclusion at Vauvert, with wide-ranging and flexible support strategies.
"I would like to thank Mr Walters and the staff of Vauvert Primary School for their commitment to the school and its pupils," said Education, Sport and Culture President Deputy Matt Fallaize. "Tim and his team have worked hard to provide students with a happy, inclusive and purposeful place to learn and I am confident the school will build on this to continue to improve education outcome for the children."
The inspectors were satisfied with the school's overall quality of provision and were confident that its self-evaluation processes are leading to improvement.
Vauvert was marked as 'Very Good' in all areas.
The full inspection report is available to read in full here.
Pictured top: Vauvert Primary School.
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