We are enormously proud to announce that Ofsted has found that we continue to be a GOOD school following their July 2017 visit.
What is abundantly clear from the Ofsted letter is that this GOOD is the result of a team effort - staff, governors, parents and volunteers; the real stars of the day however, were the children themselves.
We are grateful to all the parents who completed Parent View, or queued to speak to the inspector in the morning! Your contributions were highly valued and complimentary.
Of course, there are always things that need improvement and the next steps for our school did not come as a surprise; in fact these are the things that we were already working on and will continue to develop on our journey to becoming an ‘Outstanding’ School.
Please click here to read the full Ofsted letter but below are a selection of the quotes we are particularly proud of.
“You and your team have a very good knowledge of each pupil. Your school works effectively with families and wider agencies to ensure that all pupils are safe and thrive in the school’s caring and nurturing environment.”
“There is a real sense of community spirit at this school where all stakeholders work to achieve the best for our children. Our community continuously works harder every day to improve our small village school in every way possible.”
“Careful consideration is given to the school’s curriculum to ensure that lessons are exciting and inspire pupils to learn. As a result boys and girls make good progress from their various starting points.”
“I observed pupils behaving courteously towards their classmates and teachers, and applying themselves positively to their learning.”
“All pupils were fully immersed and absorbed in their learning. It is clear why children describe their school experiences as ‘fun’!”
“You and your leadership team have maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.”
“You have a clear vision for your school and you lead with strong conviction.”
We are very proud to share a letter of congratulations from David Hodge, Leader of Surrey County Council, and Mary Lewis, the Cabinet Member for Education.
Our data overview compares Scott-Broadwood results with those in Surrey as well as nationally.