Inspirational leaders and governors have ensured that teaching and outcomes for pupils have continued to improve strongly.
Pupils currently at the school are making exceptional progress from their different starting points in reading, writing and mathematics.
The proportion of pupils who have reached or exceeded the expected levels for their age at the end of Key Stage 2 in recent tests and assessments has been consistently well above average, especially in reading and mathematics.
Children get off to a very rapid start in early years, where they are very well taught and supported by all the adults who work with them.
Teaching is of a consistently high quality as teachers plan lessons that challenge pupils to do as well as they possibly can.
Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to learning are of a very high standard in lessons and around the school.
The extent to which pupils feel safe is very high. All parents who responded to the survey said their children are safe and happy.
Leaders promote pupils’ spiritual moral social and cultural development very well, especially through the school’s Christian ethos and respect for the local woodland environment.