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Ofsted Report and Data

We are delighted with our most recent Ofsted Inspection report which praised the nurturing ethos of our school, the creativity of our curriculum, the progress children make and how well they behave. Many areas of our inspection identified 'exceptional' primary school practise. We are thrilled to bits!

 

Aston Rowant School is a 'Good' School

 

Pupils at Aston Rowant make good progress in Reading, Writing and Maths and exceed the expected standards for their age. In writing, many pupils make exceptionally rapid progress. A higher percentage of children, when compared to the national average, reach a good level of development in the early years.

 

The curriculum has a positive impact on development and progress because it has been carefully planned to support pupils academic development and creativity. Pupils speak with enthusiasm about the varied activities they have completed.

 

There are strong relationships in early years, the children develop positive attitudes to their learning based on the care and guidance they receive from staff. Parents say that their children have been sensitively helped to settle quickly into this small class.

 

Parents speak very positively about the school's close feeling of community. 'The school is like an extended family, all pupils feel a tremendous sense of belonging.'

 

Pupils are well prepared for the next stage of their education.

 

Please see below the link for the full report.

Please find below our most recent Ofsted reports and relevant information from the Department for Education Performance Tables.

We are open for visits to our lovely school. Come and have a look around. Parents speak very positively about our school's close feeling of community: 'The School is like an extended family, all pupils feel a tremendous sense of belonging'. Pupils make good progress in all subjects. Pupils are well prepared for the next stage of their education. Many pupils make exceptionally rapid progress. There are strong relationships in early years, and children develop positive attitudes to learning based on the care, guidance and support they recieve from staff. Pupils sometimes exceed the expected standards for their age - Ofsted 2017
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