Woolden Hill Primary School was last inspected in November 2019, where it was judged to be Good in all categories under the Ofsted framework for September 2019.
In the short report, they summarised what is is like to attend Woolden Hill Primary School. Here is the summary paragraph for you to read:
What is it like to attend this school?
“Pupils and staff are happy at this school. Pupils’ behaviour is good, and everyone gets along together in this community school. We saw pupils being polite and kind to each other during the inspection. Pupils welcomed us as visitors to their school. They were courteous, respectful and helpful. Pupils say that they feel safe at school. They know that there is always someone they can talk to. Bullying is rare. When it does occur, staff respond quickly to resolve the issues. Leaders have high expectations for all pupils to do well. Pupils achieve well during their time at the school, including in reading. Teachers make learning enjoyable. Pupils say that learning is fun and that they learn a lot in most subjects. They take pride in their work. Parents and carers told us how much the staff do for their children. Parents described staff as ‘caring’, ‘enthusiastic’ and ‘inspiring’. Parents and pupils appreciate the support and learning opportunities that staff provide. This includes the many extra activities pupils enjoy. Pupils were particularly keen to tell us about judo and cookery classes. The rock steady club is a favourite for those with a musical interest.”
You can download a full copy of our Ofsted Short Inspection Report from 2019 via this link: Ofsted Report
Alternatively, you can find out more about our previous Ofsted Inspections via this link: Ofsted Website
To share your views of our school please follow the link to the Parent View website and follow the instructions there.