Weston primary school scores Good Ofsted rating

Windwhistle Primary

Weston's Windwhistle Primary retained its Good Oftsed rating. - Credit: Windwhistle Primary

A Weston primary school has garnered praise from Ofsted following a two-day inspection.

Windwhitle Primary secured its Good rating from inspectors with emphasis placed on how the school's safeguarding, early years, children’s behaviour and reading.

The report stated: “Pupils at Windwhistle Primary School demonstrate the school’s values.

"They are ‘happy, respectful, resilient, confident and independent’.

"Staff have high aspirations for every pupil within the school.

"Pupils learn well from their starting points, including pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

"One pupil, whose view reflected that of many, said, ‘We love coming to school so we can learn more.'"

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Once a school receives a Good rating, a section eight inspection is carried out once within the next four years, as was the case at Windwhistle.

Headteacher, Lyn Hunt was delighted with the rating.

She said: “'We are extremely proud of our Ofsted report that reflects the commitment and enthusiasm of the Windwhistle team and the positive impact on all children’s progress.

"The highlight of the report is our wonderful children - their love of learning and curiosity.

"We would like to thank everyone involved with life at Windwhistle; staff, children, and our whole school community for their support not only with the inspection but for all that they do every day to make our school an inclusive, inspirational and safe place in which to learn and play.”