Effective action to improve primary school

By Richard Wright

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

 

OFSTED has said senior leaders and governors of Brading CE Primary School are taking effective action to improve it.

In March, inspectors judged the Isle of Wight school, in West Street, as requiring improvement.

Following a recent monitoring inspection, they recommended that the school should "sharpen and shorten" its improvement plan, so it clearly pointed the way to improvements.

Governors should also ensure they acted quickly on local authority recommendations.

Ofsted told headteacher Beverley Gilbert: "You are working with tireless determination to address the areas for improvement.

"You have introduced a new system for tracking the progress pupils make...and, encouragingly, good systems are now in place to support improvements in teaching."

View the report below:

Brading Primary School, Isle of Wight. Ofsted monitoring report

Reporter: richardw@iwcpmail.co.uk

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