Albert Bradbeer Ofsted Inspection judgement

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On the 9th and 10th October Albert Bradbeer were visited by Ofsted for a Section 5 Inspection. We are pleased to share that for the first time ever in the history of the school both as a Local Authority School and an Academy the school has achieved its first ever GOOD inspection judgement. It is a fantastic achievement by the children, staff, parents and members of the Academy Trust who have worked so hard over the last four years to achieve this judgement. Some highlights from the report state:
Pupils are happy in this school and enjoy learning. Teachers make lessons interesting and help pupils to do their best. Pupils know that all the staff care about them.
Leaders and staff want and achieve the best for all their pupils. Leaders have planned a curriculum that helps pupils understand their local area and the world they live in.
Parents and carers are very positive about the school. 'My child has flourished since joining this school' is typical of parents’ views.