Website Reporters 2015-16
'Each pupil in Key Stage 2 is a member of one or more school monitoring committees, an outcome of their weekly ‘Citizenship’ lessons. They take their responsibilities very seriously. Among these groups are: the ‘Little Rotters’ who look after the school chickens, the ‘Citizenship’ groups who look after younger children and monitor the ‘Kindness Boxes’, the ‘Play Leaders’ group who make sure there are lots of games available at lunchtimes, the ‘Eco’ group who, amongst other things, go around the school looking for any lights left on and applying ‘Lorax’ stickers, the gardening group and the charities group. Through their membership and interest in these monitoring groups, pupils demonstrate their great pride in their school.' Ofsted 2014.
'The school’s work to keep pupils safe and secure is good. Pupils have a good understanding of how to keep safe. They say that they feel ‘very safe’ in school and are confident that any issues they raise will be dealt with promptly. They have a very good understanding of different forms of bullying, including any that might be encountered through internet sites. They teach other children how to be safe online through their website group.' Ofsted 2014.