Yet another Knowsley School has retained its ‘Good’ rating during their latest Ofsted inspection.
Millbrook Community Primary School in Kirkby underwent inspection in December.
Pupils feel valued
The recently published report reveals that the leadership of the school was acknowledged for creating an environment where pupils feel” welcome and valued”. It was also noted that leaders make safeguarding a priority and feedback from parents commented on how the school has supported them and their children well.
Teachers have high expectations
The teachers were acknowledged for having high expectations of the pupils. The report recognises that they promote a love of reading across the curriculum and deliver effective planning of the mathematics curriculum. The report also notes that pupils leave the school well prepared for the next stage of their education.
Pupils display good manners
Pupil’s behaviour was praised and the report acknowledges that they take great pride in their work, achieve well and that they are kind to each other and display good manners. Pupils reported that bullying was rare and that they feel confident that teachers would deal with such incidents quickly.
Attendance at the school has improved and there are a wide range of after-school activities for pupils including football, boccia and fencing and that the school’s engagement with charities helps pupils understand how they can contribute to society.
Cllr Margaret Harvey, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services said:
“This is a fantastic outcome for Millbrook Community Primary School, The school is clearly working incredibly hard to support pupils and indeed their families and their efforts are paying off. Well done to all.”