All groups of pupils make good progress. Attainment in all three subject areas [reading, writing and maths] has been at least above average and sometimes significantly above in 2012 and 2013. – Ofsted 2014

Department for Education

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Ofsted report May 2014

“Since the last inspection, pupils’ achievement has improved considerably. It is now regularly above average in reading, writing and mathematics.”

“Strong guidance for pupils’ spiritual, moral,social and cultural development ensures that pupils get on very well together. The school’s mission statement and values underpin the excellent relationships and respect amongst adults and pupils.”

“Pupils enjoy coming to school and, as a result, attendance is above average. They feel safe and well cared for and are always warmly welcomed into the school’s family atmosphere. Pupils are unfailingly polite and well behaved.”

You can also find the latest report of St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School’s last full OFSTED inspection by visiting the OFSTED website here.

Parent View

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