'The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is good.'
'The school looks after pupils’ emotional health extremely well. The staff quickly spot any signs of concern. Pupils who spoke with inspectors said that they feel safe and well looked after. They know that they can speak in confidence to any member of staff if they have any concerns and they will always be taken seriously. One pupil said, "They make sure we are safe and are always there for us".'
'Pupils have a good understanding of the different forms of bullying. They know that name-calling, inappropriate language or any form of discrimination are not acceptable. They told inspectors that, on the few occasions that bullying occurs, staff deal with it quickly.'
'Pupils are very knowledgeable about how to stay safe, including in relation to water safety, road safety and safety when using the internet.'
'Pupils develop a good understanding of how to keep healthy. For example, they understand the importance of eating well and exercising regularly. One pupil said, "sport is important as it helps us learn better".'
'Discussions with staff who support pupils with additional needs show that the school has effective links with external agencies and is very active in supporting families who need additional help.'
"You have the right to be protected from being hurt and mistreated, in body or mind" Mrs J Abrams - Headteacher
"You have the right to help if you've been hurt, neglected or badly treated" Miss S Silvester - Deputy Headteacher (Infant Site)
"You have the right to special education and care if you have a disability ... So that you can live a full life" Mrs W Wiltshire - Acting Assistant Head
"You have the right to the best healthcare possible, safe water to drink, nutritious food, a clean and safe environment and information to help you stay well" Mrs S Tappenden - SENCO (Infant Site)