School praised for improvements

PUBLISHED: 14:38 18 June 2014 | UPDATED: 14:38 18 June 2014

Walliscote Primary School has been rated as good by Ofsted.

Walliscote Primary School has been rated as good by Ofsted.


THE Weston primary school has been praised by inspectors after they found improvements in pupils’ learning and standards of teaching.

Walliscote was rated as good by education watchdog Ofsted, having been told it required improvement when evaluated in 2012.

Previously attainment in maths and English was considered to be ‘low’ but inspectors had no concerns this time around.

Headteacher Jo Green said she was delighted with the outcome.

She added: “The grades awarded by the inspectors are the best the school has received for over 12 years. This is testament to the dedication and skill of the staff and governors who, in collaboration with parents, have worked incredibly hard over recent years to improve the school.”

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