Ofsted Inspection Reports
‘Freckleton Church of England Primary School remains a GOOD school’
(Ofsted July 2017)
- The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
- The school’s test and assessment information shows that from their different starting points, all groups of pupils, including the most able, achieve well in reading, writing and mathematics.
- The strong commitment to Christian values is a palpable feature of the school’s ethos and culture. Pupils have a secure appreciation of these values. Most consider that behaviour is good and that bullying is rare.
- Governors bring a range of experience to their role.
- A number of parents of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities were also full of praise for how the school is supporting and meeting their children’s needs.
- The vast majority who responded to the pupil survey, expressed confidence in the school’s ability to resolve any problems.
- There is a clear and established expectation that pupils will attend school regularly, and the vast majority do.
- Across the school, pupils’ books show that writing skills are developed very well in literacy lessons and a number of other subjects. Teachers are especially effective in providing meaningful opportunities for pupils to practise different types of writing in religious education (RE) lessons. This was also evident in some pupils’ science books.
- Pupils’ appreciation of religious and cultural diversity is developed well within the curriculum.
Freckleton Church of England Primary School has had two full inspections, one short inspection and a HMI Monitoring Visit since 2010. Please click on the links below to read the reports: