Ofsted Inspected Pinehurst Primary School on 7th March 2018.
The school has the following strengths:
This inclusive school provides highly effective pastoral support to pupils. As a result, pupils’ personal development is good.
Early reading skills and phonics are taught well and are beginning to have a positive impact.
Recent improvements in the teaching of reading, writing and mathematics are beginning to have an impact on pupils’ progress across the school. Pupils make good progress in some subjects, including science and history.
Pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities are well supported and make good progress.
Provision in the early years is good. Children enjoy the lively curriculum, develop strong relationships and make good progress. Teaching is good. Children are well prepared
for Year 1.
Across the school, the curriculum is interesting and varied. Pupils learn a wide and appropriate range of skills which prepare them well for life in modern Britain.
Behaviour is good. Pupils treat each other and adults with respect and are proud of their school. Pupils, parents and carers hold school staff in high regard.
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