Oxton St Saviour’s CofE Aided Primary School

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About Oxton St Saviour’s CofE Aided Primary School

Name Oxton St Saviour’s CofE Aided Primary School
Website http://www.oxtonstsavioursschool.com/
Ofsted Inspections
Acting Headteacher Mr Andrew Ramsden
Address Holm Lane, Prenton, CH43 2HT
Phone Number 01516524909
Phase Primary
Type Voluntary aided school
Age Range 4-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 218
Local Authority Wirral
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is a good school The new leadership team has successfully shared their vision for the school. They provide a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum, firmly rooted in the school's strong Christian values.

Teaching is effective. Pupils develop as confident, articulate and enthusiastic learners. They are well prepared for their next stage of education.

Leadership of English, mathematics and science is strong. Leaders of other subjects are developing their skills to enable them to have a greater impact on teaching and learning. Governors provide a good balance of challenge and support for leaders.

Staff are vigilant in ensuring pupils' safety and we...ll-being. Pupils feel safe in school. The school's recently introduced nurture unit provides valuable support for pupils' social and emotional health and well-being.

Pupils make good progress, particularly in English and mathematics. At times, teachers do not plan activities to match the needs of the most able learners. As a result, this group of pupils do not make consistently strong progress.

Teachers ensure that pupils read a wide range of texts across the curriculum. Pupils gain a mature knowledge of vocabulary. Pupils learn to write for a range of different purposes.

They use grammar, punctuation and spelling accurately. In key stage 1, teacher do not plan challenging activities to develop pupils' reasoning skills in mathematics. Pupils develop good subject knowledge in science.

They leave the school with well-developed scientific skills. Pupils are proud of their school. They enjoy lessons and attend very regularly.

Children in the early years enjoy their learning and make good progress. However, the activities that staff plan for children sometimes lack challenge for the most able. Children in the early years do not have enough opportunities to practise and develop their early writing skills.

Leaders are developing the accuracy and precision of their systems the use to check pupils' progress across the curriculum.

Information about this school

A new headteacher was appointed in January 2018. A new deputy headteacher was appointed in September 2018.

The vast majority of pupils are White British. The proportion of pupils with SEND is lower than the national average. The proportion of disadvantaged pupils is lower than the national average.

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