|Headteacher||Ms Julie-Anne Tallon, Headteacher|
Early Years Education / Reception (3 - 5 yrs)
Primary / Infants (5 - 7 yrs)
Primary / Juniors (7 - 11 yrs)
|Legal Status||Voluntary Aided School|
|Local Authority Name||Birmingham|
|Parliamentary Constituency||Birmingham, Erdington|
|Urban or Rural Setting||Urban major conurbation|
- This is a good school
- The headteacher, senior leaders and governors care deeply about the personal development and welfare of each and every pupil. A warm, caring ethos pervades the school.
- Senior leaders are highly reflective. They know exactly where further improvements are needed.
- Leadership at all levels is a key strength across the school. A strong sense of teamwork is evident. Staff are clear about leaders’ ambitions and support them well.
- Focused training and effective support and mentoring have helped to improve the quality of teaching further since the last inspection.
- Staff are highly skilled in teaching phonics and reading skills. As a result, the vast majority of pupils reach the expected standard in reading by the end of key stage 1.
- Over time, outcomes in mathematics have improved. This is a result of strong leadership and good training for all staff.
- The teaching of writing has improved since the last inspection. However, opportunities for pupils to write at length across the curriculum are currently limited.
- Safeguarding is effective. Leaders, staff and governors are well trained and vigilant. They ensure that children and families receive timely support and help.
- The growing proportion of pupils who join the school with little English soon develop confidence in English and are able to access the full curriculum.
- Following a set of results lower than other pupils’ results, leaders commissioned a review of provision for disadvantaged pupils. A more focused approach is now in place and many pupils are now making faster progress.
- Children get off to a good start in Reception. They are safe and happy. They enjoy the range of learning opportunities provided for them.
- This is a happy school where staff promote positive attitudes and pupils care for one another. Staff strongly promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
- Pupils behave well around school. In class, they work hard and cooperate well together. They enjoy coming to school. Attendance levels are above those found nationally.
|Overall Ofsted Inspection Rating||Requires Improvement||Good||Good|
|Achievment of Pupils||Requires Improvement||Good||Good|
|Quality of Teaching||Requires Improvement||Good||Good|
|Behaviour and Safety of Pupils||Good||Good||Good|
|Effectiveness of Leadership and Management||Requires Improvement||Good||Good|
|Report Type||Full Inspection||Full Inspection||Full Inspection|
|View Ofsted Report||View Ofsted Report||View Ofsted Report||View Ofsted Report|
Pupil and Staff Information
Number of Pupils
Percentage of Girls
Percentage of Boys
Percentage of SEN Pupils
Percentage of Pupils with English not as a first language
Percentage of Pupils Eligible for Free School Meals
Number of Teachers
Number of Teaching Assistants
Number of Support Staff
Pupil to Teacher Ratio