Good Ofsted rating for Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave

Cedarwood Primary School, Kesgrave. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown

Cedarwood Primary School, Kesgrave. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown - Credit: Archant

Cedarwood Primary School in Kesgrave has maintained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating, following an inspection by the education watchdog.

A short inspection was carried out on March 7, where inspectors judged the school to continue to be ‘good’ following a previous visit in July 2013.

The report published on Friday said: “Pupils enjoy school and have a thorough understanding of the school values, which have impacted positively on relationships and behaviour in the school.

“The pupils feel that the school helps to develop their confidence, with one pupil stating, ‘everyone is good at something’. Parents are positive about the school and appreciate the hard work of the dedicated staff.”

Inspectors also praised the work of staff and school leaders, and highlighted measures to continue the school’s improvement including more opportunities in science and geography, and continued work with Year 6 writing standards.

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