At our last inspection in January 2014, Ofsted rated us as good in all areas. See below for highlights from our latest report or check out the full report on the Ofsted website here.
This is a good school.
The headteacher sets high expectations and, supported by senior staff and the governing body, checks carefully the work of the school. As a result the good standard of pupils’ achievement and the quality of teaching have been maintained since the previous inspection.
Staff carefully track pupils’ progress and provide extra help for pupils who may be falling behind.
Lessons and activities are mostly well planned according to the different ages and abilities of pupils who are taught in the same class.
Consequently, pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics. Attainment is above average by the end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Behaviour is good. Pupils say there is little bullying and have confidence in staff to help them with any problems. As a result they feel safe and enjoy their time at school.
The governing body knows the school well and provides a good balance between supporting senior leaders and questioning them about the work of the school.
Iron Acton Church of England Primary School, Wotton Road, Iron Acton, Bristol BS37 9UZ