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St Edmund Campion, West Bridgford celebrates excellent Ofsted report

St Edmund Campion Primary Catholic Academy in West Bridgford is celebrating a highly positive Ofsted report.

The report highlights the school’s ongoing commitment to excellence in all aspects of its educational offering.

In the recently released Ofsted report, St Edmund Campion has been recognised for its significant achievements in several key areas:

  • Good overall rating: The school received a commendable ‘Good’ rating overall, reflecting the dedication and hard work of the school’s leadership, teachers, pupils and support staff.

  • Outstanding behaviour and attitudes: Ofsted noted that pupil’s behaviour is exemplary. They get along exceptionally well with each other and the staff. Pupils feel comfortable sharing their concerns and they feel safe to learn from their mistakes in a supportive setting.

  • Outstanding personal development: The report highlighted the school’s welcoming and inclusive atmosphere where pupils flourish and succeed including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

  • Good leadership and management: The school’s leadership team was praised for its clear vision, strategic planning, and effective management of resources to enhance the educational experience for all pupils.

  • Good early years provision: Ofsted acknowledged the school helps their children develop positive attitudes toward learning and they react positively to their teacher’s high expectations for learning and behaviour.

Headteacher, Anita Blake expressed her pride in the school community saying, “We are delighted with the ‘Outstanding ‘ judgements, in our recent Ofsted report, in the categories of Behaviour and Attitudes and Personal Development. We are proud of the content of the report which reflects the hard work and dedication of our entire school community.

“The school is dedicated to building on this positive assessment, working collaboratively with staff, children and parents.”

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