Crawford’s CEVC Primary School on the up

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Improvements at Crawford’s CEVC Primary School have been recognised by Ofsted

 

Following a recent inspection by Ofsted the school has been rated as Satisfactory which is an improvement on last year’s inspection where the school received a poor rating.
 
Within the report Head Teacher, Clare Farrant was praised for having driven the changes at the school.  
 
Significant improvements at the school include the Early Years Foundation Stage, the broad and balanced curriculum and the pupil’s attainment in writing, which is quickly catching up with their abilities in reading and maths.
 
However there are still some improvements to be made including maintaining a brisk teaching pace throughout every lesson and implementing a consistent approach to managing pupil’s behaviour, this is something that the head teacher is determined to address.
 
Head teacher Clare Farrant, said: ”I am so pleased to see that the turn around at the school has been recognised by Ofsted. 
 
“There is still work to be done at the school but the team and I are determined to continue our efforts to improve standards. We haven’t reached perfection yet but receiving this recognition of our efforts will certainly spur us on.”
 
Councillor Graham Newman, Suffolk County Council’s portfolio holder for Children, Schools and Young People's Services, said: “I am pleased to see improvements are being made at Crawford’s CEVC Primary School.
 
“The Headteacher and her staff have clearly been working hard to improve the quality of education at the school and I’m confident that by applying the same enthusiasm and determination they will be able to continue to raise standards.”

 

 

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Following a recent inspection by Ofsted the school has been rated as Satisfactory which is an improvement on last year’s inspection where the school received a poor rating.

Within the report Head Teacher, Clare Farrant was praised for having driven the changes at the school. 

Significant improvements at the school include the Early Years Foundation Stage, the broad and balanced curriculum and the pupil’s attainment in writing, which is quickly catching up with their abilities in reading and maths.

However there are still some improvements to be made including maintaining a brisk teaching pace throughout every lesson and implementing a consistent approach to managing pupil’s behaviour, this is something that the head teacher is determined to address.

Head teacher Clare Farrant, said:

”I am so pleased to see that the turn around at the school has been recognised by Ofsted. 

“There is still work to be done at the school but the team and I are determined to continue our efforts to improve standards. We haven’t reached perfection yet but receiving this recognition of our efforts will certainly spur us on.”

Councillor Graham Newman, Suffolk County Council’s portfolio holder for Children, Schools and Young People's Services, said:

“I am pleased to see improvements are being made at Crawford’s CEVC Primary School.

“The Headteacher and her staff have clearly been working hard to improve the quality of education at the school and I’m confident that by applying the same enthusiasm and determination they will be able to continue to raise standards.”