Redhills Primary School retains its ‘good’ status
Following an Ofsted Inspection on 22 January 2019, Redhills Primary School is delighted to report that the inspector has judged the school to have maintained its ‘good’ rating.
Headteacher of Redhills Primary School, William Jaworski said: “We are delighted to have performed so well after a time of significant change. Maintaining our ‘good’ status is a stepping stone on our journey to excellence. As we say to our pupils, “We want you to be the very best version of yourself.” The progress we have made in such a short amount of time is a real testament to all the pupils, parents, directors and of course our brilliant staff in school and trust that have worked so hard together.”
Executive Headteacher and Director of Education Claire Platt added: “I am so proud of the team at Redhills. They are determined to do their best for every one of our fantastic children. The children are also striving to learn and improve while they are enjoying and engaging in the curriculum opportunities that the school provides. This outcome demonstrates the dedication and determination of everyone at Redhills.”
The letter praised the leadership team and its commitment to the school’s overall vision, saying that ‘Leaders and governors have unwavering commitment and strong capacity to continue to improve the school. Leaders have created a culture where ‘barriers are not acceptable’, so pupils can achieve their very best.
The inspector was also extremely impressed with our teachers who have high expectations of every pupil and ensure they excel across the school through a stimulating approach to curriculum.
Redhills Primary School is part of the Academy for Character and Excellence and this was identified as a positive factor as we were ‘Supported ably by an Executive Head and the Trust.’ We currently have limited spaces for September so please contact the school to arrange a visit and meet our wonderful staff.