Churchfield rated ‘good’ by Ofsted
Churchfield Primary School has been praised for its ambitious curriculum, happy and respectful pupils and compassionate staff in its latest Ofsted report.
The school has been rated ‘good’ following its inspection in November 2022. When Churchfield joined Ivy Learning Trust in 2018 it was rated ‘requires improvement.’
The report says, “This is a friendly and welcoming school which pupils are proud to be part of. Leaders are ambitious and have high expectations for pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Pupils work hard and want to do well.”
It added that children felt safe and happy at the school and are attentive and respectful, and that staff feel supported and are proud to work at Churchfield.
Nicki Jaeggi, Executive Headteacher of Churchfield, says: “This is a fantastic result for the Churchfield community. I’m delighted that the hard work and determination of the school’s staff, children and governors has been recognised.”
Matthew Kleiner-Mann, Chief Executive of Ivy Learning Trust, adds: “We are delighted with this result. It is testament to the dedication of all the staff, who have worked extremely hard to ensure that Churchfield children are happy and supported at school and receive a great education. Congratulations to the Churchfield community.”