Queen’s Church of England Academy

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About Queen’s Church of England Academy

Name Queen’s Church of England Academy
Website http://www.queens.covmat.org/
Ofsted Inspections
Mrs Hannah Carvell
Address Bentley Road, Nuneaton, CV11 5LR
Phone Number 02476382906
Phase Academy
Type Academy sponsor led
Age Range 7-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 351
Local Authority Warwickshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is a good school Leaders, governors and the multi-academy trust are committed to ensuring that pupils are cared for and achieve well at this school. The progress that pupils make is good across the school. Standards continue to rise at the end of key stage 2 and are now at least in line with national figures.

Leaders are passionate about what they do and lead a united workforce. Staff are proud to work at the school and have very positive relationships with pupils. The quality of subject leadership has developed over the last two years.

The school has skilled and energetic middle leaders who know their subjects well and are driving improvements. However, ...some leaders are new to post and will require continued support to help them become established in their roles. The governors and multi-academy trust work in partnership as they effectively support and challenge leaders.

Their work has reversed any previous underachievement. Teaching, learning and assessment continue to improve as a result of high-quality training and regular opportunities for teachers to share practice. Improvements in teaching have secured strong rates of progress over time.

At the end of key stage 2, achievement in reading is rising, but is not as strong as outcomes in writing and mathematics. Some of the most able pupils, including those that are disadvantaged, are not yet sufficiently challenged in their learning to ensure that they attain at a higher standard. Leaders and teachers have developed a very exciting curriculum.

Pupils learn about their local area and beyond through a well-planned programme of lessons, trips and visits. Leaders have devised an assessment system that carefully plots pupils' progress. This system helps ensure that any pupils who fall behind are quickly identified and given the help they need to catch up.

Families that inspectors spoke to, and those that submitted responses online, all said that they would recommend the school to another parent. The school environment has been enhanced over recent years. The building is very well maintained and several areas have been redesigned specifically to promote a love of reading.

Pupils' behaviour is good. Pupils are confident and happy and have a strong understanding of the school's values. Pupils relish learning at this school.

They describe how leaders and teachers encourage them to put 'oomph' into all that they do. One pupil described the school as 'fab and fantastic'.

Information about this school

The school meets requirements on the publication of specified information on its website.

The school complies with Department for Education guidance on what academies should publish. The school converted to become an academy in January 2014. It is a member of the Diocese of Coventry multi-academy trust.

This is a smaller than average junior school. The proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is above average. Approximately half of pupils are White British and a third of pupils are from Asian or Asian British backgrounds.

The proportion of disadvantaged pupils is well above national levels. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is similar to national levels. The school meets the current government floor standards, which are the minimum expectations for attainment and progress in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of Year 6.

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