Praise for school

PUBLISHED: 18:00 18 September 2012



A WESTON school is 'good with the capacity to become outstanding school in the future' according to education experts.

Worlebury St Paul’s Primary School was visited by inspectors from watchdog Ofsted, who highlighted that the teachers were ‘enthusiastic and dynamic’, which resulted in children making better than typically-expected progress and attainment.

They recognised that ‘the good curriculum is stimulating, effectively structured and accurately tuned to pupils’ needs’.

The report says that pupils feel very safe, are well cared for and enjoy coming to the school in Woodspring Avenue.

Headteacher Gillian Quick said her team is delighted that Ofsted has recognised the dedication and commitment of the whole school.

She said: “This is a great accolade for the school, especially as the Ofsted criteria has become more challenging and the school has been in the process of a phased expansion to become a primary school over the past few years.”

She added that she was extremely proud Ofsted recognised that pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strong feature in shaping every pupil as an individual.

She added: “This is extremely important to us as we firmly believe that every child matters, every moment of every day.”

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