All Saints’ CofE Primary School NW2

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About All Saints’ CofE Primary School NW2

Name All Saints’ CofE Primary School NW2
Ofsted Inspections
Headteacher Ms Holly Skinner
Address Cricklewood Lane, Childs Hill, London, NW2 2TH
Phone Number 02084559091
Phase Primary
Type Voluntary aided school
Age Range 4-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 156
Local Authority Barnet
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is a good school Teaching, learning and assessment are good. Teachers have good subject knowledge.

They form good relationships with the pupils and support them well in their learning. Leaders, managers and governors are developing the curriculum effectively. They are having a positive impact on improving teaching.

As a result, pupils' outcomes have been rising since the previous inspection. Leadership and management are clearly focused on the right next steps for the school. Leaders are diligent and, along with other members of staff, are keen to improve the school further.

Personal development, behaviour and welfare are good. Pupils are polite,... well-behaved and keen to learn. They feel safe at school and know how to stay safe.

Pupils' outcomes are good. Pupils of varying abilities make good progress from their starting points. The progress of disadvantaged pupils has increased well and is now good.

Provision for the early years is good. Children make good progress and learn especially well in mathematics. Teachers do not always have high enough expectations for pupils' handwriting, spelling and punctuation.

They do not consistently expect pupils to use their science vocabulary when explaining their learning during scientific investigations. A few activities in the early years are not explained well enough for the children to maximise their learning. Children in the early years do not consistently form their letters correctly.

Information about this school

All Saints is smaller than an average-sized primary school. There is one Reception class in the early years provision. Pupils come to the school from a wide range of heritages, and most speak English as an additional language.

A small minority are at the early stages of learning to speak English. The proportion of disadvantaged pupils is well above average. The proportion of pupils with SEND is also well above average.

There has been a considerable turnover of staff over the past few years. The interim headteacher joined the school in January 2019. The last Section 48 inspection was undertaken in May 2017.

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