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St Wulstan's Catholic Primary School

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We come to school to love, learn and share in the light of Jesus

How are we doing?

We are extremely proud of our achievements at St Wulstan's. Children make expected or greater than expected progress in all areas at KS2. Our broad and balanced curriculum ensures that children get the best possible experiences. 

What did Ofsted Say?

'There is a strong feeling of togetherness in this school...'

'...parents are positive about the school. They value the close links with the church and the welcoming atmosphere.'

'Children in Reception Class and Nursery are very settled. They are happy to be in school...Children get excited about their learning. '

'The school is a place where everyone is respected and valued.'

'Pupils value the wide range of trips, after school clubs and speial events that staff organise. The many planned activities help to bring learning alive. Pupils enjoy the work that they do in the local community.'

'Standards achieved in national tests are above the national average.'

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What did our Section 48 Inspection Say?

'The consistent strength of this very good behaviour has come about from the way the school staff manage the emotional needs of the pupils.'

'Any individuals needing support are always treated with compassion and a recognition of their dignity.'

'The school weaves its aspiration for social concern through its thoughtful curriculum.'

'Pupils’ behaviour in lessons is very good. They have become accustomed to purposeful routines, which help them focus, but also allows them independence in their learning.'

'The dedicated school staff ensure that the pupils’ best interests are of
paramount importance. They design and deliver a broad curriculum, which promotes active learning.'

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Progress and attainment summary KS2- click here to view comparison data

 

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