OFSTED INSPECTION - December 2022
What is it like to attend this school?
At Shadwell Primary School, teachers model the importance of respectful relationships. As a result, pupils get on well with one another and are polite and friendly. The school’s personal, social, health, and economic education programme supports pupils’ understanding of how to keep safe. Both pupils and their parents say that they feel safe at this school. Teachers ensure that classrooms are calm so that pupils can concentrate on their work. Teachers are invested in pupils’ learning. They take the time to get to know pupils. This supports positive attitudes to learning. Pupils are actively involved in lessons, work well with others and behave sensibly. Bullying is very rare. Pupils are confident that if this happens, adults will address this well. Pupils know that everyone is different and accept each other as individuals. They value and appreciate unique characteristics. Pupils have opportunities to play an active role in the life of the school and the local community. They connect with elderly residents through the involvement with the village lunch clubs. Pupils enjoy a range of additional activities, such as choir and sports clubs. Teachers ensure pupils take part in a comprehensive competitive sports programme. Pupils, parents and carers value these opportunities.
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Ofsted Report December 2022
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