Courthouse Green Primary School

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About Courthouse Green Primary School

Name Courthouse Green Primary School
Ofsted Inspections
Headteacher Mrs Sarah Malam
Address Sewall Highway, Coventry, CV6 7JJ
Phone Number 02476688022
Phase Academy
Type Academy converter
Age Range 2-11
Religious Character Does not apply
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 700
Local Authority Coventry
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this school? '

Doing our best, to be our best' is the absolute essence of life in this school. Leaders and staff work as one in setting the highest expectations for learning and behaviour.

Pupils try their best, give their best and expect the best of themselves, and so do the staff that help them. This combined effort brings about great success. All pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), achieve exceptionally well.

Pupils show maturity, kindness and respect in a way that is impressive. They are totally committed to taking responsibility for working with pride. Through every moment of every day, pupils live, believe and express the school ...values in words and actions.

On the rare occasion that pupils need help with their behaviour, reflection time helps them to consider how to make amends and learn from their mistakes.

Conversing with pupils, young and old, is a delight. They share their thoughts and their learning on a wide range of topics in a deep and knowledgeable manner.

Pupils relish and seek out the many and varied responsibilities on offer. They see it as their duty to help each other to strive to improve and thrive.

What does the school do well and what does it need to do better?

Trustees, governors and school leaders speak 'as one' of their responsibility to serve their pupils and their community.

They successfully pool their expertise and resources to provide an outstanding education for pupils.

Pupils speak as one on the difference that staff make to them and their learning. They understand the strong focus on the 'talk, feel, question, reflect' approach to the curriculum.

Staff provide skilled and sensitive support of the very highest quality. Nothing is accepted from a pupil at face value or from the first response. Staff expertly assess, probe, challenge, model and extend.

They squeeze every last drop of learning from each moment.

Nowhere is this more evident than in the teaching of reading. Leaders pay attention to even the smallest detail.

This is successful. Pupils quickly learn to read well and fluently. The tiniest slip of learning is noted and addressed.

Pupils catch up, keep up and stay up to successfully use their reading skills to lift the lid on their learning across the curriculum. 'Chat, play, read' and the 'hot chocolate box' are firm favourites of pupils, parents and carers alike.

Staff achieve this skilful ability to challenge and champion learning because the curriculum is crystal clear.

Each strand of learning is distinctly set out. It picks up and spirals around and upwards, year on year. Pupils know and understand this too.

They recall their last topic in the same breath as saying 'and now we use it to know this'. In geography, their early understanding of trees, towns and the countryside becomes sophisticated knowledge of biomes and the layers of the forest. In music, young children use very technical words, including crescendo and diminuendo.

They do so with pride and accuracy. Older pupils apply these terms in their rhythmic composing on drums and percussion instruments.

All of the above is made possible due to the exceptional start that children are given in the early years.

This includes the very youngest children. Staff ensure that every second provides a springboard into a conversation or a learning moment. They interact at just the right time.

The depth and quality of learning can be seen, felt and heard. Children, even the very youngest, show the ability to remain focused on their learning.

Sharing and spreading sprinkles of joy throughout the day is something that leaders of SEND excel at.

Their rapid and robust identification of need is sophisticated. Their attention to detail and dedication to developing life-long learning skills for pupils with SEND empower pupils. The ways in which pupils with a range of complex needs cheer at their success of counting to seven, sound out and read a range of key words, and succeed at hitting targets in archery are tangible signs of their success.

Pride and determination oozes from the pupils. One phrase was heard from parents again and again: 'my child is thriving' – and they are absolutely right.

Many aspects of school life are impressive.'

11B411', the young carers club and promoting life as precious through head-on tackling of the many dangers present in society are just a few of the ways that pupils are supported. The provision of numerous high-quality opportunities for pupils to know themselves as individuals of worth who possess the conviction to believe they can achieve is extraordinary. For example, the 'inspire to aspire' programme shares the world of work with pupils.

As a parent simply and rightfully stated, on behalf of many, 'wonderful school, wonderful staff and a wonderful place to learn'. Pupils soar to success.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

Leaders check that staff are safe to work in school. Leaders bring compassion, care, courage and clarity to the safeguarding systems and routines within and beyond school. They take time to know each circumstance and story.

They sensitively build trust with families in a way that opens doorways to getting the right help, at the right time, from the right people.

Staff are extremely knowledgeable about the many aspects of safeguarding that families face. They tune into the smallest piece of information.

Their training ensures that they do everything they need to, to keep pupils safe.

Pupils also learn much about keeping safe in different places and spaces. They show and share their knowledge.

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