Ofsted Reports for Warrender Primary School

Inspection reports published: 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012

The 2005 inspection was carried out by an inspection contractor and does not use the current grading system. For subsequent inspections the gradings lead to the following assessment:

The 2008 inspection report describes this one form entry school as satisfactory, however the report notes that staffing changes since the previous inspection had worried some parents. Leaders and managers had done a great deal to improve the environment, including new teaching areas and improvements to outdoor equipment. Areas for improvement included better communication with parents and stronger monitoring to ensure consistently good teaching.

The 2010 inspection was a monitoring inspection which confirmed that the school had made good progress in making the improvements suggested in the previous inspection report.

The 2012 inspection report describes the school as good, with good quality teaching and learning and pupils making good progress to reach well above average standards. The report notes that engagement with parents was good and much improved since the previous inspection. Areas for improvement included extending the use of the schools accurate tracking system to monitor the progress of individual pupils, and ensuring that written feedback on pupils' work gives precise guidance on what could be improved.

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