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Brackenbury Primary School

Part of the
Brackenbury, Kenmont and Wendell Park



Our School had its last Ofsted Inspection on 27th January 2009.

Please see a full copy of our report below:Ofsted report 

Inspectors’ Key Findings

Aspects the school does well.

  • The head teacher, deputy head teacher, governors and senior teachers are doing a great job in running the school and helping children to reach high standards and make very good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
  • The youngest children in the Nursery and Reception classes make a good start because they are very well looked after and enjoy their time in school.
  • Teachers are very good in helping children not only to be more mature and responsible as they grow older, but also to learn new and exciting things.

There are two things the school could do better

  • Improve the outdoor areas for the Nursery and Reception classes.
  • Plan more ways for you to use your computer skills in other subjects.

Inspection judgements

Overall effectiveness Outstanding
Effectiveness of the Early Years foundation stage Good
Achievement and standards Outstanding
Personal Development and wellbeing Outstanding
The quality of provision Outstanding
Leadership and management Outstanding