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Ofsted Inspection Report for Eastwick Infant School
Ofsted have assessed the school to be good with outstanding features, and they have recognised a wide range of improvements that have been made since the last inspection in 2007.
Please read the Governors’ letter and full Ofsted report using the links below.
- Ofsted Inspection Report: Eastwick Infant School – October 2011
- Letter from the Governors
- Eastwick Infant School on the Ofsted website
The following letter is provided for the school, parents and carers to share with their children. It describes Ofsted’s main findings from the inspection of their school.
A letter to pupils from Ofsted
Thank you for making us so welcome when we visited your school. We enjoyed our visit and talking to you. Your behaviour is excellent. We were pleased to find that you have an excellent understanding of healthy living, keeping safe and make an outstanding contribution to the school and wider community through your work and ideas. You are very well prepared for junior school. Your personal development is outstanding and you understand a lot about people different to you. We were impressed with the way you all get on together and look after each other, and especially care for the children in the unit.
Eastwick Infants is a good school. The staff and governors work very hard to provide you with a good education. They take excellent care of you and make certain you are safe. Teachers plan their lessons well so that you make good progress as you move up through the school. Your attainment is higher than that expected for your age. You do best in reading and mathematics and your writing is improving. It was good to hear how much you enjoy school and this was very clear in the way you showed respect for one another and the adults. In order to make your school even better, we have asked the school to do these things.
- Help you to improve your writing, especially boys, by making sure you have exciting activities, and ensure more teaching is outstanding.
- Check that the pupils in the unit always have the right provision they need when they join you in class.
All of you can help by playing your part and always trying your best.