Thumbs up for North Somerset primary school

STAFF and pupils at a North Somerset primary school have been celebrating their recent success after an inspection by an independent watchdog.

STAFF and pupils at a North Somerset primary school have been celebrating their recent success after an inspection by an independent watchdog.

Ofsted inspectors gave St Anne's Primary School in Hewish a glowing seal of approval and found that pupils like going to school and their behaviour is good.

Inspectors also found that pupils were healthy.

The report said: "Pupils understand the need to eat healthily and take regular exercise.


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"They participate well in the very active playtimes where they get on well together.

"Older pupils are proud of their responsibilities at break times and on the school council and make a good contribution to the school community."

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The inspection also found that teachers have a good relationship with their pupils and are increasingly aware of their targets.

Areas for improvement include better results in mathematics, writing and making sure all lessons are clearly focussed.

Headteacher Angela Bolitho said: "This report reflects some of the good things going on in the school but there is so much more we are proud of. Thanks to all the staff, parents, governors and children for all their hard work in supporting school improvement.

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