Middlestown Junior and Infant School last had an Ofsted Inspection in March 2015 and were given a ‘Good Rating’. Listed below are some highlights of the report, if you would like to read the full report please click on the link at the bottom of the page.
- Teaching is consistently good and some is outstanding. There is good pace to pupils’ learning and they enjoy the challenges provided for them. Number skills an basic spelling, punctuation and grammar are taught well.
- Pupils make good progress from their starting points. Standards are above average at the end of Key Stage 1 and have risen rapidly in Key Stage 2. Good learning in all subjects means that pupils achieve well by the end of year 6.
- Provision in the early years is good. Children get off to a good start and the majority are ready for the learning in Year 1 when they transfer.
- Leaders manage teaching and learning well. Good improvement in teaching has brought rapid progress in pupils’ learning.
- Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school. They enjoy school and feel safe while they are there. Pupils politeness and good manners help to make the school a welcoming place.
- Parents are exceptionally supportive of the school.