An Outstanding Primary - a Highly Cohesive Community
Christ The Saviour given top marks in surprise inspection
There will no doubt be celebrations at Christ The Saviour school in W5 today after Ofsted inspectors declared the primary to be 'outstanding'.
Teachers were given very little notice of the two-day inspection in September when four inspectors observed lessons, interviewed staff, scrutinized records, and spoke to pupils, as well as analysed staff and parent returns.
The report was judged against four criteria:
• The achievement of pupils
The school - London's largest Church of England Primary - has been declared outstanding in all four areas.
Comments in the report include: “Teaching is outstanding and brings the best out of each pupil…Pupils make rapid progress in English and mathematics and as a result, attainment is well above national averages across the school…
''Pupils’ behaviour and respect for each other are
outstanding…Inspirational leadership from the executive head-teacher, who is ably supported by
the senior leaders and managers and the governing body, ensures that the drive for improvement
''There is a culture of high aspiration and success for all…The school’s rapid
In a letter to parents the Chairman of the Governors, Father Andrew, pays tribute to the hard working staff:
'' This is a wonderful achievement for the whole school community. To have reached this point
8th October 2012