Inspectors praise 'good' Mendip Green Primary after it takes first year six cohort

PUBLISHED: 18:00 25 May 2017

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A primary school which has undergone a number of changes in the past year has been rated as 'good' by inspectors.

Mendip Green Primary School, in Greenwood Road, Worle, has changed from a first school to a primary, meaning it has taken in its first year six cohort.

An inspection published by schools watchdog Ofsted said it is a ‘good school’.

The report said implementing the key stage two curriculum was ‘not without its pitfalls’ but praised the school for its good teaching which inspired pupils to achieve.

Deputy headteacher James Oakley said: “We are so proud of the way our children behave and how hard they try with their learning every day.

“Our school has been through a huge amount of change since our last inspection.

“This hasn’t been without its challenges but it was lovely to hear Ofsted affirm all of our previously good work is continuing into these older year groups.”

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