HEAD’s priDE At Of­stED prAisE

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News - By Stephen Briggs stephen.briggs@pe­ter­bor­oughto­day.co.uk Twit­ter: @PTstephenB

Of­sted in­spec­tors praised staff at a city pri­mary school for en­sur­ing young­sters get a good ed­u­ca­tion. Nene Val­ley Pri­mary School was graded as good in the lat­est in­spec­tion.

Thein­spec­tors praised the lead­er­ship team at the Su­gar Way school in a let­ter to head teacher Stuart Mansell, and said: “You and your deputy head­teacher­work­well­to­geth­er­toen­surethat­pupil­sre­ceive a strong ed­u­ca­tion through a well-de­signed cur­ricu­lum.

“You con­tinue to main­tain your clear vi­sion to de­velop eachchild’s full po­ten­tial, per­son­ally and aca­dem­i­cally.”

In the re­port, the in­spec­tors also praised pupils’ be­hav­iour and at­ti­tude to lessons.

Mr Mansell said he was proud of the re­port, and added: “It’s in­cred­i­ble how well the in­spec­tors recog­nised the real strengths of the school in just one day. A short in­spec­tion doesn’t give them time to see all of the fan­tas­tic things we do, but they clearly ap­pre­ci­at­edthe‘ex­em­plarycon­duct’ of the chil­dren and the ex­cel­lent stan­dard­s­they­achieveby the timetheyleave the school.

“Most im­por­tantly, they agreed with the com­ment fromone­par­ent­that‘It is clear that the school re­ally val­ues each and ev­ery child they are car­ing for’.

“We couldn’t be more proud.”

So­phie Reid, Katie Yule, Talaal Zubair, James Law, Emily Hurst and Al­isha Robin­son cel­e­brat­ing their OF­STED re­sult at Nene Val­ley Pri­mary School with head teacher Stuart Mansell

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