Ofsted 2015
Cabot Primary School  had an Ofsted inspection from 28th - 29th January 2015, where we were judged 'good'. The full report is published on the Ofsted website and you can view it  by clicking here. As part of the visit, lessons and parts of lessons were observed, pupils were observed during assembly, registration, break and lunchtimes. Samples of their work were also inspected. We have included some quotes from the full report below:

"The quality of teaching throughout the school is good, and some is outstanding."

"A positive atmosphere for learning is created throughout the school, generated by warm and nurturing relationships with pupils."

"A varied and interesting curriculum promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development effectively. Pupils are well prepared for life in modern Britain."

"The headteacher's drive and rigorous and decisive approach have been the key features in bringing about improvement since the previous inspection."

"His deputy headteacher and middle leaders support him very well. Working together, they have successfully improved teaching, pupils' behaviour and achievement."

"Governance is very supportive and robust in its challenge. Governors have an accurate view of the school's performance and have been instrumental in helping the school improve."

"The school's strong and successful commitment to ensuring that all pupils have equal opportunities to succeed is demonstrated by the good progress that all groups of pupils in the school are making."

"The behaviour of pupils is good. At times, their conduct is exemplary. Pupils of all ages prosper in the warm, happy and caring school atmosphere. They show respect for each other, and to adults and visitors."

"The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding"

"The school site is completely safe."

"Teaching is consistently good over time."

"Staff have warm, nurturing relationships with pupils which generate a positive atmosphere for learning."

"All groups of pupils, including those from minority ethnic groups and those who speak English as an additional language, now make good progress in all key stages in reading, writing and mathematics."

Early Years Provision

"Children feel safe at school. They know that members of staff will take good care of them. Behaviour in Reception is good."

"A strong feature of the provision is good teamwork, and constructive links have been made with the children's parents. Children's learning is checked frequently and staff have detailed discussions with parents about how well their children are doing."