Limbrick Wood School is good say inspectors
Friday 19 October 2012
Staff and pupils from Limbrick Wood Primary School in Coventry are celebrating a 'good' overall result for their school in its recent Ofsted inspection.
The inspection report praised the achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils and leadership and management of the school.
Inspectors noted that the school has sustained the rapid and strong improvement in pupils' attainment reported in the previous inspection. All pupils make consistently good progress across the school in reading, writing and mathematics due to consistently good teaching.
Pupils have positive attitudes and are keen to succeed in response to the positive encouragement they receive from adults in lessons. All staff and governors embrace the headteacher's vision for improving pupil's achievement.
Nigel Read, Headteacher at Limbrick Wood School said: "We are really pleased with the Ofsted inspection result which recognises the commitment and dedication of all staff, pupils and governors working together for the good of the school.
"Everyone has worked really hard to make the school a success and I am extremely proud of them all. We are not complacent however and we know there is more work to be done to continue the good progress we have made."
Councillor Joe Clifford, Chair of Governors at the school added: "The school has come a long way since the last inspection and it is fantastic that all the hard work has paid off.
"I am delighted that Ofsted has judged the school to be good overall. Well done to everyone. The governors will continue to offer as much support as is needed to help the school to continue its journey of improvement."