Winscombe school celebrates glowing Ofsted report

PUBLISHED: 11:00 03 December 2017

Winscombe Primary School, headteacher and pupils celebrating a good Ofsted rating.

Winscombe Primary School, headteacher and pupils celebrating a good Ofsted rating.


A village school has been praised by Ofsted inspectors for making learning seem like an ‘exciting, adventurous pursuit’.

Winscombe Primary School is overjoyed to have retained its ‘good’ rating following an inspection in October.

In his report, Ofsted inspector Steve Smith said ‘staff strive for high academic standards and provide a rich, creative curriculum’.

He also noted Winscombe is a caring and high-performing school where ‘the environment is designed to make learning seem like an exciting, adventurous pursuit’.

Executive headteacher Lin Williams said: “We are delighted with the outcome of our recent Ofsted inspection in October.

“The inspector’s report certainly reflects all the fine qualities of Winscombe Primary School, particularly the excellent service provided by our highly competent staff and dedicated governors.”

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