Friday, May 24, 2024

Tudor Court celebrate Ofsted report that praises school ‘Knocking in the door of Outstanding”

Tudor Court Primary School are celebrating the result of their recent Ofsted Inspection, in which they were graded as GOOD in all areas;

Achievement – Good
Teaching and Learning – Good
Behaviour and Safety – Good
Leadership and Management – Good

Mrs Northall, Head Teacher of Tudor Court Primary School said,
“We are really pleased that this report confirms what we already knew about our ‘Good’ School. We narrowly missed being graded as Outstanding and are now striving to achieve Outstanding very soon, to ensure that all the children in our care get the very best learning opportunities.

This report is confirmation of Tudor Court’s progress over time, especially since our last inspection. Our School’s achievements can be seen in the rise in attainment in all Key Stages. This has happened because of a massive team effort and commitment by all Staff, with clear support of the Parents, Governors and hard work by the children. Above all, this has been achieved whilst the children have remained well cared for in all areas of their development; they have had fun, enjoyed themselves and developed good interpersonal relationships with adults and other children.”

The Ofsted Inspection process is a rigorous one and takes account of the School’s progress over time. This includes a wide range of areas and stakeholder’s views are taken into account including that of the Teachers at the School and the Parents of children currently attending Tudor Court.

Andrea Ince, Chair of Governors at Tudor Court Primary School added:
“I would like to say a huge thank you to the Senior Leadership Team, the Teaching Staff, the Non-Teaching Staff and the children for their fantastic work. This is not the end of our journey for school improvement and we now strive to become an Outstanding School. The Inspection Team made it clear that they believed we were almost Outstanding in many areas and that they had no doubt that we would achieve this in the near future”.

Thurrock Council Leader and Education Portfolio Holder, John Kent, said the success of Tudor Court Primary School is another example of Thurrock’s schools’ determination to consistently provide education that is among the best in the country. He added: “Once again, this is an example of the whole community working together to provide education that rivals the very best. As always, credit goes to the children themselves, who have risen to the challenge and are showing that young people in Thurrock have a great deal to offer.”


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