Redmile Church of England Primary School

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About Redmile Church of England Primary School

Name Redmile Church of England Primary School
Ofsted Inspections
Executive Headteacher Mrs ALISON LONGDEN
Address Belvoir Road, Redmile, Nottingham, NG13 0GL
Phone Number 01949842429
Phase Academy
Type Academy converter
Age Range 4-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 71
Local Authority Leicestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is a good school Leaders have acted successfully to address the dip in standards since the last inspection.

Attainment in reading, writing and mathematics has risen at the end of key stage 2. Leaders have ensured that there is now a consistent approach to teaching and learning in the school. They have provided high-quality training for staff.

Teachers' subject knowledge has improved. Leaders and governors work together effectively to identify areas for further improvement. Governors are regularly involved in monitoring the impact of the changes that are made.

Leaders are developing a wider leadership team for the school. This is strengthening the... capacity within the school to improve further. Some staff are at the early stages of developing the knowledge and skills that they need to drive improvement as leaders in the school.

Teachers use assessment information well to plan challenging and engaging tasks for pupils. Pupils successfully refine and improve their writing. However, spelling errors are not consistently addressed.

Pupils are becoming increasingly fluent in mathematics. They use this knowledge to solve more complex problems. Not all pupils make sufficient progress in phonics.

Some pupils do not know the sounds that they need to read simple texts fluently. The ethos of the school strongly promotes pupils' personal development. Pupils have many opportunities to learn how to live together well as a community.

Pupils' behaviour around the school is excellent. They are responsible and well mannered. They exemplify the school's strong moral code and are highly supportive of each other.

Teachers plan rich experiences so that pupils can develop their understanding of diversity in modern Britain. Pupils thoughtfully reflect on the school's Christian values and consider a variety of world views in depth. Leaders in the early years are ambitious for their children.

Children know the classroom routines well. They enjoy regular opportunities to develop their communication through role play. Parents are highly supportive of the school.

They feel that their children are well cared for. They value the approachability of the staff and the leadership team.

Information about this school

The school is a smaller-than-average-sized primary school.

Pupils are taught in mixed- age classes. The number of pupils has increased recently. The headteacher is executive headteacher of two schools.

The deputy headteacher is executive deputy headteacher of both schools. The school has become part of the Diocese of Leicester Academy Trust since 1 December 2014. The scheme of delegation has recently changed.

The chair of governors took up his position in November 2018. There have been many changes to staffing since the last inspection. The majority of pupils are from White British backgrounds.

The proportion of pupils eligible for the pupil premium is lower than the national average. The proportion of pupils with SEND is higher than the national average. The school underwent a section 48 denominational inspection on 31 January 2014.

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