Primary School celebrates glowing Ofsted report
and pupils at a small school near Burnham-On-Sea are celebrating
after receiving a glowing Ofsted report this month.
said Pawlett Primary School is seeing effective action with a good
improvement plan on its journey towards becoming excellent.
have praised its leadership, the quality of teaching, learning and
assessment, personal development, behaviour and welfare, and the
work towards pupil outcomes.
also highlights the work done by the high-achieving Priory Learning
Trust and the leadership of senior leaders and acting Head Emma
Hardy-Smith, pictured, since last September.
56-pupil school itself is over 200 years old and is situated in
green surroundings with sports pitches, a forest school, adventure
playground, and next door to a state-of-the-art community club with
a 3G football pitch that can be used by the children of the school.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We are thrilled with this report
which reflects the hard work showed by all. We will not stop until
we are a fantastic school in every way."
saw a year ago the huge potential that this school has. Through
hard work and a clear focus on improving teaching and learning,
we are able to improve at a very rapid rate."
pupils here are fantastic and deserve the best - they want to learn
and be the best they can be!"
a small school we have been able to target each and every child
to fill gaps and move learning on quickly. There is a tremendous
and positive family feel about the school."
Coles, Executive Principal of the Priory Learning Trust, said: "Pawlett
is such a lovely primary school with a family atmosphere and we
are delighted that much progress has been made."
are still some places available at the school for this September.