An inspection of Educare Small School was carried out by Ofsted on October 17, 2017.
Here are some of the highlights from the report:-
The headteacher, with good support from the staff and trustees, has taken successful steps to improve the school. These measures have ensured that the teaching and the pupils’ progress are good.
Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted extremely well and this is a strength of the school. Pupils participate in many interesting activities which help to build their confidence.
Safeguarding is effective. Staff receive regular training to ensure that they are up to date with the latest guidance.
Effective leadership and teaching in the early years ensure that children make good progress and are well prepared to start Year 1.
Parents hold the school in very high regard. They appreciate its caring and nurturing ethos. All parents who expressed a view would recommend the school to another parent.
Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to learning are good. They feel safe and secure in school. Sometimes pupils are over-reliant on adults to guide their learning.
To read the full report please click - Ofsted Report October 2017