OFSTED




Our last OFSTED inspection was on 7th - 8th November 2017

OFSTED Report 2017

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils


  • Leadership and management are effective. Leaders have a clear vision for the future of the school and know what actions to take to improve it.
  • Leaders, managers and governors are having a positive impact on the curriculum. They have recently developed it so that reading progress is supported more effectively.
  • The wider curriculum provides an especially broad range of additional experiences, and music has a high profile in the school.
  • Leaders ensure that teaching is good. Teachers are supported well and held to account for their own improvement.
  • Teaching, learning and assessment are effective because teachers make sure that pupils are clear about what they are to learn.
  • Pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare are good. Pupils behave well, enjoy school and work together sensibly.
  • There is excellent support for pupils’ personal development and welfare. Teachers and pupils have very good relationships with each other. Pupils benefit from their interviews with teachers to reflect on their own learning.
  • Leaders make sure that pupils’ individual difficulties are identified and that barriers to learning are removed.
  • support they receive enables them to be confident, polite and helpful.
  • Pupils’ outcomes are good. Leaders are tackling weaknesses in pupils’ reading successfully. Progress is now good across the school, and attainment is rising. Pupils make especially good progress in mathematics.
  • Occasionally, teachers provide work that is not suitably challenging for all groups of pupils in their class.
  • Pupils’ handwriting and the presentation of their work are variable, particularly in their topic work.

Link to KPJS Performance Tables

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