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Taken from the last OFSTED report.
Achievement is good. Since the last inspection senior leaders have managed significant changes to staffing and the pupil population of the school to ensure that pupils continue to achieve well.
Children make good progress across the school from their starting points and leave Year 6 with standards that are broadly average and rising.
As a result of improvements made by leaders and managers, the quality of teaching is good and this leads to good achievement. The school continues to improve.
Behaviour is good. Pupils feel safe at school and are well supported by their peers and adults. Their attitudes to learning are good and they are very caring towards each other, staff and visitors.
Senior leaders and governors have recognised the impact of staff and pupil mobility on achievement in recent years and have put in place effective improvements to ensure that pupils are now making rapid and sustained progress.
Governors make regular checks on pupils’ progress and ensure that the school’s development planning is clearly focused on raising achievement.