Two Mile Ash School

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About Two Mile Ash School

Name Two Mile Ash School
Ofsted Inspections
Headteacher Mrs Lucy Eldridge
Address The High Street, Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, MK8 8LH
Phone Number 01908562262
Phase Academy
Type Academy converter
Age Range 7-11
Religious Character None
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 675
Local Authority Milton Keynes
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this school?

Pupils at Two Mile Ash School receive an exceptional education. The school has the highest expectations and aspirations for all pupils. Pupils make the most of the high-quality provision and rise to the challenge of the ambitious curriculum.

Pupils' interests and talents are recognised and nurtured in the academic subjects and across all areas, including the arts and sports. This supports pupils to achieve highly across the curriculum.

Pupils' behaviour is exemplary.

They exude positive attitudes to learning as well as to each other. Older pupils know the importance of being positive role models and demonstrate this consistently through their interactions wit...h others. Pupils are tolerant and respectful and have a deep understanding of British values.

Pupils develop character and important life skills. They make full use of the enrichment opportunities offered to them, such as visits to the Trust Youth Parliament, art museums and theatre performances. The school provides many leadership opportunities designed to support pupils in the school.

These include safeguarding and well-being ambassadors. Pupils love the broad range of clubs on offer, such as the Makaton, art and design club or the Harmonise choir. Careful consideration is also given to community activities, such as making Christmas cards for older people or charity work.

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

Pupils study a highly ambitious and aspirational curriculum. The content exceeds the national curriculum in many areas. The school has ensured that the precise knowledge, skills and vocabulary that pupils learn is carefully mapped out.

Pupils routinely revisit key ideas, enabling them to achieve highly across the breadth of the curriculum. Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities are identified swiftly and supported by skilled staff to access the same ambitious curriculum as their peers. Teachers check pupils' understanding to ensure that their learning is on track very effectively.

They identify pupils who may not be keeping up with their peers quickly and make sure there is effective intervention and support.

The curriculum is designed to help pupils to link learning between different subjects. For example, pupils learn about line graphs in mathematics before they encounter them in science.

Also, pupils apply their knowledge of phonics effectively when they learn a modern foreign language during key stage 2.

Reading is an important part of the curriculum, and all pupils develop into fluent readers. Staff precisely follow a phonics scheme to support pupils who are weaker readers.

This includes pupils who are new to English. The reading curriculum enhances pupils' enjoyment and understanding of the books they are reading. For example, staff help pupils to identify an author's choice of language and the tools an author uses to create atmosphere in their work.

They also ensure that pupils are able to read with fluency and increasing confidence.Pupils' behaviour in lessons and during social times is excellent. Pupils know that everyone has the right to learn, the right to be respected and the right to be safe.

They understand these rights and enact them daily. Attendance is high for all pupils and where it falls below what is expected, the school offers support to ensure that pupils' attendance improves.

The provision for pupils' personal development is exceptional.

Pupils benefit from a carefully constructed curriculum and a wealth of well-considered opportunities outside of the curriculum. Staff carefully develop pupils' character, helping them to learn to be confident and compassionate citizens. Through the curriculum, pupils also gain an in-depth knowledge of current issues, such as diversity and equality.

Pupils learn that 'you can be who you want to be'.

Leaders at all levels have a detailed and accurate understanding of the school's many strengths. They work together and are ambitious for all the pupils in their school.

Staff benefit from a range of expert training and networking across the trust and beyond. This supports staff in acquiring very secure subject knowledge to teach across the curriculum.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

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