De­light at dou­ble re­port suc­cess

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCHOOL’S NEWS -

PUPILS and staff at an in­fant school are cel­e­brat­ing af­ter re­ceiv­ing two glow­ing re­ports.

A re­cent Statu­tory In­spec­tion of Angli­can and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) in­spec­tion at Lit­tle Mis­senden CofE In­fant School has just pub­lished its re­port which con­cluded that: “The dis­tinc­tive­ness and ef­fec­tive­ness of Lit­tle Mis­senden In­fant School as a Church of Eng­land school are out­stand­ing.”

It com­ments that the “strong com­mu­nity and church links put the school at the heart of the vil­lage lead­ing to ben­e­fits for all chil­dren.”

It re­ports on the im­pact of the school’s val­ues which “re­sults in ex­cel­lent be­hav­iour, pos­i­tive re­la­tion­ships and chil­dren who have the con­fi­dence to have a go.”

The re­cent Of­sted re­port also com­mented on the chil­dren’s be­hav­iour, say­ing: “Around the school, pupil’s be­hav­iour is im­pec­ca­ble.”

The in­spec­tor also no­ticed that the fo­cus on “se­cur­ing mea­sur­able im­prove­ments in teach­ing and learn­ing [have] led to in­creased achieve­ment.”

She also com­mented on the great range of ac­tiv­i­ties that were in ev­i­dence around the school, say­ing: “Ev­ery­one ap­pre­ci­ates the wealth of ex­pe­ri­ences on of­fer at the school.”

This prompted the in­spec­tor’s con­clud­ing ob­ser­va­tion that: “Pupils en­joy school, work dili­gently and con­se­quently achieve well. In lessons, pupils con­cen­trate and work hard. Pupils’ be­hav­iour is im­pec­ca­ble.”

Head­teacher Michelle Green said: “I’m de­lighted that both re­ports recog­nised the dis­tinc­tive na­ture of the school and the pos­i­tive con­tri­bu­tion of the ‘vi­tal part­ner­ship’ of pupils, staff, par­ents and gover­nors work­ing to­gether which en­sures that ‘team­work is cen­tral’ to the suc­cess of the school.’”

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