Inspections


OFSTED Reports

Medlar with Wesham Ofsted Report Dec 2012

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

  • Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to school life are outstanding. They are eager to learn and their pride in the school constantly shines through. Pupils say they feel safe in school.
  • Older pupils’ standards are above average. Children generally join the school with weaker skills than is usual for their age. Pupils make good progress.
  • Teaching is good and some lessons are outstanding.
  • Senior staff and governors lead the school with vision and vigour, which motivates the best efforts of staff and pupils. Effective systems for the management of teachers’ work and pupils’ progress are securing rapid improvement. Teaching and pupils’ achievement have improved since the previous inspection.
  • Older pupils who are learning English as an additional language make rapid progress in response to very effective support.

Ofsted Report December 2012 says...

  • Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to school life are outstanding. They are eager to learn and their pride in the school constantly shines through. Pupils say they feel safe in school.
  • Older pupils’ standards are above average. Children generally join the school with weaker skills than is usual for their age. Pupils make good progress.
  • Teaching is good and some lessons are outstanding.
  • Senior staff and governors lead the school with vision and vigour, which motivates the best efforts of staff and pupils. Effective systems for the management of teachers’ work and pupils’ progress are securing rapid improvement. Teaching and pupils’ achievement have improved since the previous inspection.
  • Older pupils who are learning English as an additional language make rapid progress in response to very effective support.

Performance Tables

Department for Education School Performance Tables

 

Dioscesan Reports


 SIAMS 2015 Wesham Report

 

Anglican Schools Report (8th February 2010) says...

"The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Medlar with Wesham as a Church of England school are outstanding."