Ofsted Report

Ofsted Inspection Report 2017

5/6 December 2017 Ofsted Inspection

AttributeJudgementGrade
Achievement of pupilsGood2
Quality of teachingGood2
Behaviour and safety of pupilsGood2
Leadership and managementGood2

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

  • Senior and subject leaders provide strong, inspirational leadership. They have high expectations of staff and pupils. So, too, does the governing body.
  • Since the previous inspection, leaders have managed the significant expansion of the school well. They have halted a recent dip in standards and thus maintained a good standard of education.
  • Teachers are proud to work at the school and are keen to develop and improve their skills. As a result, teaching across the school is good.
  • Pupils’ attendance is good. Most parents speak highly of the school’s work.
  • Pupils understand and exemplify the school’s values such as self-belief, resilience and resourcefulness. They show pride in their school, their work and their achievements.
  • Pupils’ conduct is good around the school. They are kept safe at school and are confident that teachers deal well with the rare incidents of poor behaviour.
  • Pupils benefit from an interesting, broad curriculum within and beyond the school day.

Our Prospectus

Haseltine Primary School Prospectus 2013

Haseltine’s Vision

"To inspire all children to have a life-long love of learning, allowing them to thrive in a modern, diverse society."

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A short video welcoming you into Reception at Haseltine Primary School. In these unprecedented times, we wanted to give you the opportunity to visit us virtually since we cannot see you in person just yet. Enjoy! Presented by Miss Clark - Early Years Foundation Stage Lead & Reception Teacher