Performance & OFSTED
OFSTED last visited Nursery Hill in May 2016. They judged our school to be Good. Here are some key findings:
Strong leadership from the headteacher, ably supported by other leaders and governors, has led to steady improvement in teaching and achievement since the last inspection.
Staff are proud of their school and they work as a team with a common aim of providing the best education they can for their pupils.
The school’s curriculum is broad, balanced and rich. It helps pupils to develop a love of learning.
Leaders and teachers know how well every pupil is progressing. They help pupils who fall behind to catch up quickly.
The quality of teaching is now consistently good in all years and almost all subjects. This is enabling an increasing proportion of pupils to make good or better progress.
Teachers give high-quality feedback that helps pupils improve their work.
The presentation of work, including handwriting, is of a consistently high standard in all classes.
Disadvantaged pupils make the same good, and often even better, progress as their classmates. They achieve similar standards to their peers.
Pupils have good attitudes to learning. They enjoy school, work hard and are very proud of their school and their achievements.
Pupils are confident, articulate, polite and courteous. They behave well in lessons, around the school and at break and lunchtime.
Provision in the early years is good. Children make good progress and are well prepared for the start of key stage 1.
Here is a copy of the full report and findings for you to read.
Key Stage 2 Results
Our most recent Key Stage 2 results, as reported on the Department for Education website are for Year 6 who left in 2018. They are as follows:
% of pupils who achieved expected standard or above in Reading, Writing and Maths: 23%
% of pupils who achieved high level attainment in Reading, Writing and Maths: 0%
The Department for Education has a website that gives parents information on our school performance.
The Testing and Standards Agency has information for parents on primary school progress measures.
Click on the images to view the relevant information.
If you have any questions about this data, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Pebody. She will be happy to talk to you about it.
Parent View is an online facility launched by Ofsted that allows parents and carers to give their views about their child’s school at any time of the school year.
The questionnaire is also the main mechanism for parents to give their views to inspectors about their child’s school at the time of a school inspection.
The Parent View questionnaire can be accessed by clicking here or by pressing their logo.