Ofsted endorses Green Wrythe improvement
Green Wrythe is judged 'good' following an inspection.
Green Wrythe Primary School has been officially judged a ‘good’ school, following a two-day section 5 Ofsted inspection in January.
The Ofsted inspectors graded the school to be ‘good' in every area - recognising that it has dramatically improved since its last inspection in February 2014, when it was graded as ‘requires improvement’.
The Ofsted reports states that:
- 'Leaders share a strong moral purpose to ensure that pupils are given opportunities to improve academically and emotionally.'
- 'Leaders have a realistic picture of the school’s strengths and have identified accurately what the school needs to do to improve further.
- The Greenshaw Learning Trust provides external challenge and reviews, providing feedback to senior leaders about what needs to be done to improve.'
Headteacher, Anne Claxton, and the school staff, supported by the Trust central team, have transformed the school, which joined the Greenshaw Learning Trust in April 2015.