Our latest Ofsted inspection took place in October 2017. We are very pleased with the outcome of this inspection and the comments that the lead inspector has made. We are looking forward to continue to making Woodbury School a fantastic place to learn and flourish.
Comments made by the Inspector included:
'Your (headteachers) dedicated promotion of the school's core values of love, forgiveness, respect, courage, truth and generosity underpins the schools work. Your (headteacher) total commitment to providing a stimulating curriculum, in which strengths in sport and music complement those in literacy and numeracy, lies at the heart of the pupils' well-rounded education.'
'Pupils respond positively to the many opportunities provided for them to review their own learning and to share ideas and decisions about what they need to do next to improve. Pupils show good levels of resilience, persevere well with their tasks and relish challenging work with or without adult support.'
'Pupils respect their teachers, work hard in lessons and warmly support each other in their learning. Pupils really enjoy being at school and behave extremely well. these views are fully supported by parents and summed up by one parent who wrote 'The overall atmosphere at the school is friendly and welcoming as well as having a hard-working tone, set by the staff.'
'One parent, reflecting the views of most, wrote 'I have always been very happy with the school - it is a lovely, safe environment and it is evident that the staff care very much about the pupils.'