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April, 2014

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Title:Top Marks For The Outstanding Warmsworth Primary School
Author:DMBC 
ID & Publication:20140411016 ~ The-Villager.co.uk 
Area:Warmsworth 
Subject:Education 
 DMBC (4kb)

Ofsted has given Warmsworth Primary School full marks after being impressed by pupils’ achievements and behaviour, the quality of teaching and the school’s leadership and management.

They have labelled the school 'Outstanding' which is the highest grade.

Inspectors were particularly impressed by pupils’ behaviour, the pride they take in their school and their achievements in maths, reading and writing.
The governors, head teacher, deputy head teacher, teachers and teaching assistants are all praised in the report which states ‘meticulous planning ensures that pupils learn productively in every lesson.’

Head teacher Ann Marshall said: ‘As head teacher, I am delighted with the Ofsted grading of ‘Outstanding’. Every aspect of the school was rigorously assessed against the latest, stringent requirements that Ofsted now apply, so this is a tremendous achievement.

‘I am especially proud that inspectors acknowledged the uncompromising drive for improvement, which is shared by all staff. I would like to thank the staff, pupils, parents and governors, who have all contributed to the success of Warmsworth Primary School.’

The report also states: ‘Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development flourishes in this outstanding school, which has gone from strength to strength since the time of the last inspection, this is a very safe and caring school where all are valued and respect for one another is high.

‘Teachers share their passion for learning and provide exciting work for pupils to do. Pupils display excellent attitudes to learning, no time is wasted and much is achieved in lessons.’
Councillor Nuala Fennelly, Cabinet member for Education and Skills, said: ‘I am very proud of Warmsworth Primary School and everyone who works hard to make it a success.

‘It is a fantastic school and I am especially pleased to hear that the inspectors recognised teachers’ high expectations of their pupils to work well and pupils’ high expectations of teachers to provide interesting activities. This report shows the school is meeting those high expectations.

‘Outstanding education is what we want for all Doncaster children and Warmsworth Primary School is a shining example of what it takes to achieve it.’

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