Pupils are happy and safe.
Pupils display kindness towards each other.
They behave well in lessons and on the playground.
Relationships between staff and pupils are positive.
Pupils enjoy learning and work hard in their lessons to try to reach the high expectations staff have of them.
Leaders are ambitious for what pupils can achieve.
Books and stories immerse children in a love of reading.
Leaders identify any pupil who is finding reading hard. These pupils receive support to develop their confidence.
In the specialist support units, teachers carefully adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of pupils well. Here, teachers have the guidance they need to know how to plan the right support for these pupils.
Staff care passionately about children making a positive start to school and experiencing a range of learning activities in the early years.
Warm, caring and kind relationships between adults and children runs through the early years.
Pupils learn about differences. They understand diversity and the importance of treating people who are different to them with respect.
Staff receive regular training and updates and have a secure understanding of how to spot the signs that a pupil may be at risk of harm.
The curriculum teaches pupils how to keep safe. This includes when they are online.