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"Leaders have designed an ambitious curriculum and they make it clear to teachers what pupils should learn and when this knowledge should be taught. Staff help pupils to make connections between subjects. For example, teachers have carefully chosen reading texts to support the topics that pupils are learning. They use a range of methods to encourage pupils to remember more. For instance, teachers ensure that pupils recall information regularly that they have learned in previous years. This helps pupils to secure a rich body of subject knowledge."

"Pupils behave very well. They are polite and respectful to each other and adults. Pupils get on with their work without disruption and try hard. They listen attentively and respond to questions from staff enthusiastically."

"Leaders provide a range of experiences for pupils to develop socially and culturally. Pupils have access to a broad range of physical and sporting activities throughout the school day, including before school and at lunchtime."


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