Issued: December 16, 2017
School praised by Ofsted inspectors
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Thomas Willingale School and Nursery has received glowing praise following a visit by Ofsted inspectors.
The report - which rated the school as 'Good' - recognised how students "blossom" at the school which is also praised for the quality of teaching, learning and assessment throughout the school which inspectors said was "strong" with pupils making "good progress".
Inspectors said pupils' conduct is "exemplary" with the school providing "harmonious learning environments" and its parents "overwhelmingly suppoortive" of the school.
The school's leaders are described as "tenacious in ensuring physical and emotional well-being of children".
Headteacher Teresa Phillips said: "The report is overwhelming positive. We are very pleased with the report and hope that our parents and children feel proud that they are part of it.
"We are a wonderful community."