Congrebury school 'improved'
PUPILS and teachers in Congresbury were celebrating this week after an Ofsted inspection said the school had improved considerably .
PUPILS and teachers in Congresbury were celebrating this week after an Ofsted inspection said the school had 'improved considerably'.
St Andrew's Church of England Junior School was inspected by Government watchdog officials who said the school was 'good' in all areas of the assessment and 'outstanding' in three.
In the report Ofsted officials said one parent had remarked: "Both my children enjoy school and have progressed a great deal both socially and academically."
Headteacher Neil Tuttiett said: "I am over the moon at the praise contained with the reporter for the children and staff here. The inspection team were particularly impressed win the way we explain concepts to children and use tasks or challenges to enable pupils to learn together and to get along.
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"The inspectors said the degree of harmony, enthusiasm, energy and optimism is such that there is excellent potential for the school to improve further to be truly outstanding within three years."
Inspectors thought the school had made significant improvements since a previous inspection in June 2006 and a good ethos and climate for learning had been created there.
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