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Follow the link below to access the March 2015 Ofsted Report.


March 17th and 18th 2015 Judgments.

Overall: Good

Leadership and management: Good

Behaviour and safety of pupils: Good

Quality of teaching: Good

Achievement of pupils: Good

Early years provision: Good

"A lively and exciting range of activities enthuses pupils and supports their enjoyment of learning."

"Parents are highly supportive of the school. They hold the school in high esteem."

"Pupils are polite, well-mannered and behave sensibly in lessons and around school. They have positive attitudes to learning and want to do well."

"Teachers and teaching assistants build strong relationships with pupils. This helps to create a positive atmosphere where pupils are happy and willing to learn."

"From their various starting points pupils’ progress across the school in reading, writing and mathematics is good, including the progress of those with special educational needs."

"The school’s work in the early years ensures that children are introduced to learning in a happy and friendly environment and so they make good progress in all areas of learning."

"Pupils are enthusiastic and keen to attend school. As a result, attendance is above average. The school is a safe and happy place in which to learn."

"Governors are rigorous and efficient in carrying out their duties and responsibilities. They are well focused on supporting and challenging the school in order to improve teaching and pupils’ learning."

"The headteacher is well supported by other leaders. Together they are focused on high quality teaching which results in good and improving achievement for pupils."

Ofsted Inspection Report March 2015

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Parent View

Click here to access Parent View 

Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of Glusburn Community Primary School, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. We will use the information you provide to make our school even better.

You will also be able to see what other parents have said about Glusburn Community Primary School. Or, if you want to, you can view the results for any school in England.

Thank you for your views, together we can ensure that our pupils: make progress, are happy and become responsible citizens.

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