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●● Pupils at St Anne’s Church of Eng­land Pri­mary School, near Water­foot ST Anne’s CE Pri­mary school in Water­foot has made im­prove­ments and risen the rank­ings to be rated ‘good’ in its lat­est Of­sted re­port.

It was in­spected on May 1-2 and risen from its pre­vi­ous as­sess­ment of ‘re­quires im­prove­ment’ in May 2016. This fol­lows a mon­i­tor­ing in­spec­tion in June 2017, when the school was found to be ‘tak­ing ef­fec­tive ac­tion to tackle ar­eas re­quir­ing im­prove­ment’. In this lat­est in­spec­tion, the school scored ‘good’ in all ar­eas – ef­fec­tive­ness of lead­er­ship and man­age­ment, qual­ity of teach­ing, learn­ing and as­sess­ment, per­sonal devel­op­ment, be­hav­iour and wel­fare, out­comes for pupils, and early years pro­vi­sion. The in­spec­tors re­ported that ‘lead­ers have a clear vi­sion and high ex­pec­ta­tions’.

Head­teacher Char­lotte Hart­ley said: “I am de­lighted that the hard work of the en­tire school com­mu­nity has been recog­nised and re­flected through the lat­est in­spec­tion. The process has en­abled us to cel­e­brate all that has been achieved to this point, and also to re­flect on our fu­ture vi­sion, which we are ex­cited about.”

Kath Slaugh­ter, chair of gover­nors at St Anne’s, added: “This is a re­port to be proud of and it’s a re­flec­tion of the hard work and ded­i­ca­tion of the head­teacher, the se­nior lead­ers and all staff across the school.”

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