Our most recent Ofsted inspection was on 30th-31st October 2019.
Rosemellin Community Primary School continues to be a good school.
Leaders and staff place pupils’ well-being at the heart of all they do. As a result, Rosemellin Primary is a happy, safe and nurturing school.
Leaders have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour.
Staff are well trained, including learning mentors, to work closely with pupils, parents and carers.
The appointment of the headteacher in 2018 has brought renewed energy. Her focus is on getting the school back to where it should be. Leaders are taking the right steps to improve the school.
Leaders and teachers have set about improving reading.
Leaders have also introduced a phonics programme that helps the younger pupils learn their letters and sounds.
In mathematics, leaders have clearly set out what pupils should know in each year group. This helps teachers to check what pupils know, and to plan when to teach different mathematical concepts.
Leaders have started to take the right steps to improve the curriculum.
In Reception…Leaders’ aim to boost children socially and emotionally is well founded.
Leaders have established a strong culture of safeguarding.
Staff place a high priority on emotional and mental well-being, which helps pupils to cope with the stresses or challenges that some face in their lives.
A copy of the 2019 inspection report is available below.
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