St Margaret's CofE

Primary School

Working together through Christ

Ofsted Reports

Please find below our most recent Ofsted report in which we are judged to be a 'GOOD' school in June 2016.


Overall effectiveness


Effectiveness of leadership and management


Quality of teaching, learning and assessment


Personal development, behaviour and welfare


Outcomes for pupils


Early years provision


Ofsted highlighted so many positive aspects of an education at St Margaret's including that:


Parents are very supportive of the school and have every confidence in the school’s leadership. One parent reflected the views of many with the comment, ‘My children have a positive experience at St Margaret’s. They are happy and well taught and the school always has their best interests at heart’


Pupils behave well in lessons, around the school and in the playground. They feel safe and happy at school and are well looked after.


Pupils have good attitudes to learning and want to do well.


Children get a good start to school in the early years. They make good progress, and develop confidence and independence and a love of learning. They are well prepared to continue their learning in Year


Teachers plan activities that interest and engage pupils and fire their enthusiasm for learning.