Primary school proves it can do better after good Ofsted report
0 Have your say A primary school, formerly “requiring improvement”, is celebrating after now being marked good by government inspectors.
St Stephen’s CE Primary School, Woodgrove Road, was praised by Ofsted for turning its fortunes around in the year since new headteacher Mrs Sue Cornwell took over.
Inspectors said the new headteacher had galvanised senior leaders and governors to establish a highly positive culture that had transformed the school.
A proud Mrs Cornwell said: “I am delighted that the hard work of the staff, children and all stakeholders has been rewarded with a good Ofsted... read more
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