Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Developing and inspiring our children

Confident

Motivated

Personable

Successful

Happy

Vibrant

Flourish

Rounded learning experience

Beautiful environment

Active learning

Rural setting

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What Ofsted says about our school...

We were inspected on 26 and 27th September 2013 and were judged as a good school.

"Teaching is exciting, lively and stimulating.  As a result, pupils are enthusiastic and interested in their work and learn effectively."

 

"Children in Reception make good progress and are well-prepared for the challenge of Year 1."

 

“Pupils consistently behave well and have good attitudes towards their work. They say they feel very safe in school and that there is no bullying.”

 

“Pupils are well motivated and really want to learn. This is because the teaching is lively and interesting. It relates well to their interests and teachers have very strong relationships with their pupils, which means lessons are highly interactive.”

 

“The curriculum is inspiring and varied.  Each term’s topic is tailor-made to relate to pupils’ interests and enthusiasms, which helps to ensure pupils are fully engaged in their learning.”

 

“Teaching is consistently good across the school and, as a result, pupils make good progress in their learning.”

 

“Sport and physical education are of high priority. This means that all pupils have ample opportunities to develop a healthy lifestyle.”

 

“Pupils enjoy attending school. Both they and their parents were unequivocal about this.”

 

“The Head teacher and her Co-Head provide strong leadership and are unrelenting in their quest for high standards in both teaching and pupils' achievement and in this they have been successful. All staff, governors and parents work to the same vision for on-going improvement and are aspirational for the pupils.”

To read the full report from Ofsted, please click here.