Staunton and Corse Church of England Primary School

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About Staunton and Corse Church of England Primary School

Name Staunton and Corse Church of England Primary School
Ofsted Inspections
Headteacher Mrs Isanna Ball
Address Gloucester Road, Corse, Gloucester, GL19 3RA
Phone Number 01452840240
Phase Academy
Type Academy converter
Age Range 4-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 108
Local Authority Gloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is an outstanding school. Children in early years make rapid progress and achieve exceptionally well because teachers plan activities that challenge them and build very effectively on their existing skills. Pupils make excellent progress across the school and a high proportion of pupils make better than expected progress in all subjects.

Standards in writing are particularly high. Disadvantaged pupils make outstanding progress because they receive precisely targeted support. Teaching is always at least good and much is outstanding.

Teachers have high expectations and set tasks which challenge all groups of pupils so that they make outstanding progress. Re...lationships are strong. There is a high level of mutual respect between adults and pupils, which motivates pupils to learn.

The pupils' social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is promoted exceptionally well through the school's promotion of values such as respect and kindness. There are also many opportunities for pupils to reflect and think about the world. Parents hold the school in high regard.

All parents would recommend this school to others. Behaviour is exemplary. Pupils are very keen to learn and enthusiastic about their work.

They feel extremely safe and enjoy taking on extra responsibilities.. The school has benefited from the collaboration with other schools in the partnership.

This has helped staff to evaluate and improve on their own practice and that of others. The headteacher, the staff and governors are ambitious and are continuously striving to improve the school. Leadership at all levels is outstanding.

The team works exceptionally well together to ensure a rising trend in standards and rapid progress for all pupils.

Information about this school

This is a much smaller than average-sized primary school. Nearly all the pupils are of White British heritage.

A quarter of the pupils are disadvantaged and known to be eligible for the pupil premium. This isadditional funding for pupils eligible for free school meals and those in the care of the local authority. This is broadly in line with the national average.

The proportion of disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs is below average. Early years provision consists of a full-time Reception class. There is a play group run by parents on the school site.

This provision was not inspected. Many families move to the area into temporary accommodation. This results in many pupils leaving and joining the school at different times of the school year.

The school works closely with two other local schools, Highnam Church of England Primary Academy and Redmarley Church of England Primary Academy. All three are part of the 'Primary Quest' academy trust. Two of the school's governors are directors of 'Primary Quest' and sit on the board which oversees its work.

For two years the headteacher was executive headteacher of Highnam Church of England Primary Academy as well as Staunton and Corse Church of England Academy. In September 2014, she returned to a full-time position at this school. The headteacher is a local leader of education (LLE) and supports other schools.

The school meets the government's current floor standards which are minimum expectations for pupils' attainment and progress by the end of Year 6. Staunton and Corse Church of England Academy converted to become an academy school in August 2011. When its predecessor school Staunton and Corse Church of England Primary School was inspected, it was judged to be good.

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