Ofsted Inspection

“Nationally standardised assessments in English and mathematics in 2015 demonstrate that all pupils at the end of key stage 2 attained or exceeded the expected standard.”

“Pupils’ breadth of achievement across the wider curriculum is exceptional, including successes in music, drama, expressive arts and a variety of sports. These achievements include the development of confidence to perform in a variety of public events, including the school’s annual music and drama performance, success in a variety of sports competitions, and celebrations at the local church.”

“Provision for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. The school is a very friendly community with close relationships in which pupils develop high levels of self-esteem and the confidence to take on new challenges.”

“Pupils enjoy reading and they develop confidence and fluency in their reading. During the inspection, pupils in Year 6 were taking part in the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award. They enjoyed the books they had read and were preparing effectively to submit a short story to a writing competition. They responded well to the challenge of trying to repeat the success of the competition winner, from this school, last year.”

“Pupils are proud of their school. Their conduct in lessons and around the school is outstanding.”

“The school provides an extremely safe environment for learning. Pupils know how to keep themselves safe and they look after each other very well.”

Early Years

Children’s skills progress particularly well in communication, physical development and in socialising with others. They also make strong progress in the arts and the development of their creativity.”

“Children’s literacy skills flourish because staff use appropriate approaches to enable them to decipher and blend sounds as they develop their early reading.”

“Children achieve positive outcomes that prepare them effectively for entry to Year 1, either at this school or elsewhere. Staff develop strong relationships with parents during the children’s time in the early years and the cooperation between staff and parents supports children’s effective transition into full-time education.”

Greenwich House School was last inspected by Ofsted in July 2016. If you would like to see the full report please click here.

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