A recent inspection by Ofsted reported that St Mary’s C of E Primary School in Credenhill continues to be a good school.

The report praised how there is a ‘distinct sense of community spirit. It is like one big, happy family. Adults model the school’s values, such
as friendship, forgiveness and compassion. Pupils follow their lead.’

The report said that the executive headteacher and deputy headteacher lead the school well, ably supported by all staff. They are acutely aware of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on any lost learning and have worked hard to support pupils and families during this time.

Pupils behave well and enjoy their learning. Classrooms are calm and purposeful with little disruption. Around school, pupils conduct themselves impeccably. They are considerate of each other and show respect towards staff.

Pupils with SEND participate fully in school life. They achieve well alongside their classmates. Leaders make sure staff have the resources they need to teach pupils with SEND. Staff work closely together to provide support for these pupils and their families.

The full report can be viewed by visiting – 50175587 (ofsted.gov.uk)