School is improving

KEWSTOKE Primary School has made ‘considerable strides’ and is now offering pupils a satisfactory education, say Ofsted.

The education watchdog’s latest inspection found that all pupils are now working at the levels expected for their age, after national assessments showed last year that a minority were not making the progress they were capable of.

An inspector last month deemed the school’s overall effectiveness and ability to keep improving as satisfactory, but gave a number of suggestions to enhance learning further.


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