Ofsted 2014

The most recent report by Ofsted inspectors found Whybridge Infant School to be a good school with some outstanding teaching and where pupils experience particularly rapid progress in reading and writing.

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Ofsted 2014

In their report the inspectors said:

"Pupils' achievement in phonics is well above the national average by the end of Year 1. This is because of the school's excellent teaching of phonics and early reading throughout the school. Pupils make rapid progress in their reading and writing in lessons throughout the school."

They also added that the pupils' behaviour was oustanding:

"Pupils are remarkably polite and courteous to one another and staff, and welcoming to visitors. For example, pupils willingly hold doors open for adults in the corridor. Pupils, parents and staff all the say that pupils' behaviour is excellent, and inspection findings support this."

They further praised the quality of the school's teaching:

"Some of the teaching is outstanding. For instance, in phonics, teachers are well trained and use their expert knowledge to help pupils make rapid progress in learning to read."

Download Ofsted Report

The full Ofsted Report for 2014 is available to download below (via the Ofsted website):

Ofsted Report 2014