A Hove Edge school has been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors.
St Chad’s CE Primary School has been rated good in all aspects during its inspection back in October.
Inspector James McGrath said teaching is good and sometimes outstanding and most teachers plan exciting and interesting activities that capture the imagination of pupils.
Many teachers ask searching questions to challenge pupils to think deeply about what they are learning. Pupils behave well, they feel safe and they are well prepared for the next stage of their education.
Head teacher Graeme Genty said they were pleased. “This is not necessarily the end of a six year journey since I joined St Chad’s, but is certainly a key milestone for the school, the children and the staff. We have put in six years of hard work to make consistent and carefully considered improvements to every aspect of the school, from the quality of teaching and learning, assessment systems, learning behaviour and attitudes, tracking progress, developing the curriculum, enhancing the school day with before and after school activities right through to developing the school building itself.
“The judgement of ‘good’ by Ofsted simply confirms that we are working on the right things, in the right way and providing a really good quality of education and opportunity for our children and their families. I have to say that it feels good for this to be confirmed and I know this will be a springboard to continue to move the school on from this point.
“Everyone within the St Chad’s community should be very proud of the achievements and the outcomes for the school and the report praises highly all aspects of our provision, governance and of course most importantly our work with the children and the good outcomes that this results in for them.”