Swallownest Primary School was last inspected by Ofsted in September 2016 and was judged to be a school that "Requires Improvement". The Staff and Governors are working to put the required changes in place in order that we become a good school once again. The Personal development, behaviour and welfare of pupils was rated as good as was the Early Years provision.
The following strengths were also noted:
Since the previous inspection, attendance levels remain high, exclusions remain low and incidents of bullying are rare.
Pupils and parents agree that the school provides a safe and secure environment, children enjoy coming to school and their behaviour and attitudes to learning are good.
Outcomes for children in the early years are good. Strong leadership and effective team work have ensured that high outcomes are being maintained year on year.
Pupils are developing their spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding well. There are opportunities for them to learn about other faiths and cultures and about the importance of voting. Pupils are tolerant and respectful
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