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Saxon Primary School

What do Ofsted think?

Following our inspection in 2015, Ofsted stated the following -

Disabled pupils with disabilities and those with special educational needs also make good progress due to the quality of teaching they receive

Teachers understand pupils' learning needs very well and provide good opportunities for them to make good progress, including through exciting experiences outside the classroom

Pupils' behaviour around the school and in classrooms is good. They enjoy rich opportunities for learning offered tot hem and they are very proud of their school

The progress made by disabled pupils and those with special educational needs is good. In some year groups their achievements match those of other pupils, particularly in mathematics. Teachers and support staff plan work that matched the needs of these pupils well, challenging them individually to do their best

Saxon Primary School