Ofsted Report

Our most recent Ofsted inspection was on 6th-7th March 2013 where Rosemellin CP School was judged to be a Good school.

 The findings below highlight this 'Good' judgement but also reflect 'Outstanding' practice is certain areas:

  • Rosemellin is a very welcoming school, where pupils achieve well and learn very happily
  • Pupils across the range of abilities and needs respond positively to typically good and, at times, outstanding teaching
  • Pupils make good progress as they move through the school and an increasing number of pupils are making excellent progress
  • Teachers are particularly skilled in developing the pupils’ self-evaluation skills through discussion
  • Strengths include the pupils’ excellent relationships and increasing self-confidence nurtured by the staff’s outstanding care
  • The safeguarding of pupils’ welfare and the pastoral support for pupils and families are exemplary
  • Pupil’s behave well, and greatly enjoy school, as seen in their consistently above-average attendance, which also reflects the school’s very supportive partnership with parents
  • Pupils’ interest in learning and their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development are promoted well across the full range of subjects
  • The very experienced and respected Headteacher provides wise leadership and, by promoting a team approach to leadership and management, receives strong support from senior leaders and governors
  • Leaders and governors have sustained an impressive drive for improvement since the previous inspection and share a strong capacity to bring further improvement in the future
  • As a result of good leadership, standards continue to rise throughout the school

A full copy of the 2013 inspection report is available below.

The previous Ofsted report was in February 2010 and can also be downloaded below.

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