Woodbury C of E Primary School

Ofsted Report and Performance Data

Our latest Ofsted inspection took place in April 2023  

We were 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:

'Staff have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour and conduct. Pupils are polite and courteous, welcoming visitors with a smile. They understand the school rules and respond enthusiastically to the routines that are in place. This starts in the early years. Children sustain their attention, follow instructions well and are eager to learn. There is a calm and purposeful environment in classrooms and around the school'.

'Leaders and staff have high expectations for what all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), can achieve. Leaders have designed a curriculum that carefully considers what pupils need to know and when they need to know it'.

'Pupils know how to keep themselves safe in the real and online world. They understand the importance of not sharing personal information and sharing any concerns with a trusted adult'.

'Leaders provide pupils with wide-ranging opportunities to develop personally. Pupils have a strong understanding of fundamental British values, such as the rule of law and individual liberty. They talk about relationships and families with maturity. Pupils develop their sense of character by raising money for charities or by singing at a local care home. They are well prepared for life in modern Britain'.