Pupils of all ages make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics to reach standards that are well above average.

(Ofsted 2013)

Teaching is predominantly good and often better.

(Ofsted 2013)

Pupils are keen to learn and their good behaviour has a very positive impact on their learning.

(Ofsted 2013)

Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs receive specific additional help in lessons, in small groups and in individual activities. Staff work successfully to help these pupils grow in confidence and make good progress towards their individual learning targets.

(Ofsted 2013)

The broad range of topics and subjects taught promote achievement well. Pupils’ learning is enhanced through a wide range of clubs and out of school visits. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is nurtured well through school assemblies, music and the arts.

(Ofsted 2013)

The analysis of pupils’ progress…ensures that improvement planning is sharply focused on identified weaknesses. This is seen in the successful action to raise attainment and demonstrates the school’s good capacity for continued improvement.

(Ofsted 2013)