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West Bridgford: Primary school delighted with ‘Good’ Ofsted rating

Ofsted rated Greythorn Primary School in West Bridgford as a Good school following their latest inspection.

Inspectors described the school as, ‘ambitious and inclusive’, and that, ‘The school celebrates and values its diverse community. Pupils are happy. They feel safe and well cared for.’

One pupil stated: ‘Teachers always push us to be the best we can be. If you ever feel down or sad, the adults here will always listen to you and help you.’’

The report praises the school’s curriculum which includes ‘knowledge and skills that go beyond the expectations of the national curriculum’ and where ‘Leaders have high expectations that all pupils will achieve well and make great progress.’ The maths curriculum is described as ambitious and where children achieve well.

The school’s approach to reading is ‘highly effective’ and cites the school’s use of diverse, high-quality texts. The report also reflects the strong start that the children make in their Reception Year where they have ‘rich opportunities to explore, take learning risks and learn through play.’

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Tae Carpenter, the headteacher, said, “The whole team at Greythorn could not be more delighted with this fantastic report from Ofsted.

“We are extremely proud of our brilliant pupils and our school community. The inspection report is almost exclusively positive, and this amazing achievement is down to the dedication, hard work and commitment of our pupils, staff, parents, governors, academy trust and everyone connected with our school.

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“I want to thank our whole school community for the support they give to our school. Thank you all for helping make Greythorn an amazing place for our children to flourish and thrive on their educational journey.”

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