Achievement has consistently risen since 2011 and by the time pupils leave Year 6 they are above the national average.
Good and improving teaching allows all groups of pupils, including those with disabilities or who have special educational needs, to make good progress in English and Mathematics and achieve well.
Teachers provide interesting and engaging lessons which are motivating and encouraging pupils to learn. This has been a key feature in improving attainment in both English and Mathematics to an above average level.
Pupils feel safe in school and know how to stay healthy and safe. Behaviour is good and pupils say that if any issues arise they are dealt with effectively.
The school fosters pupils’ personal and social skills successfully and engenders high levels of self-confidence and their positive attitudes to learning. This is especially so in the nurture provision the school provides.
The school promotes pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well.
The senior leadership team have a strong focus on improving teaching and high expectations for raising pupils’ achievement are shared by all staff and governors.
Good leadership, management and governance make sure the school is constantly improving.