B Cador: February 2018
Wrenbury Primary School is a GOOD school offering OUTSTANDING personal development, behaviour and welfare to all its pupils.
The Wrenbury team are delighted to share with you the school's latest Ofsted report following our recent inspection in January.
The fantastic outcome is a collective achievement. It has only been made possible as a result of:
'a positive, ambitious culture within the school'....through the 'strong, effective leadership' of the headteacher; the dedication and commitment of our 'united, dynamic team' of teachers and teaching assistants who 'go the extra mile' in and outside the classroom for every child, our 'skillful' governors and our wonderful non-teaching staff and volunteers. All have contributed to support the delivery of a 'broad and balanced curriculum that excites and engages pupils,' alongside prioritising each child's personal wellbeing.
Myself, staff and governors greatly appreciate the strong support of our parents and carers, past and present, who had belief in the Wrenbury team to deliver an education for all pupils, where their 'rounded achievements and outstanding personal development ensures that they are well prepared for the next stage in their education'.
'Typically, parents commented, 'My children have made excellent progress academically and emotionally since joining Wrenbury'.'
The outcome is also a credit to our wonderful children who 'demonstrate genuine excitement about their learning across the school' and are enabled to 'thrive' at Wrenbury.
Without doubt, WE DID IT, as a team! Going forward, be assured, the Wrenbury team will continue to do everything we can to make Wrenbury Primary School the very best it can be because our children matter, our families matter and our school in its local community matters!
Read the report and then share the great news!
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