Burton school Tower View making satisfactory progress

The Burton Mail reports that Tower Hill Primary School in Winshill is finally making satisfactory progress after it was put into special measures last year, according to Ofsted.

Tower View Primary School, in Winshill, was given a damning report following an Ofsted inspection in November last year and made ‘inadequate’ progress following its first monitoring inspection.

However, its second inspection said it was making satisfactory progress since falling into special measures and had made good progress since its last monitoring inspection.

Julie Bullous, the executive head teacher drafted in last year after it went into special measures, said: “We have all worked extremely hard to ensure that our children receive the best education possible.

The staff here are committed to the welfare of our pupils, academically, socially and emotionally. This has resulted in the improvements in behaviour, teaching and learning.

“I have absolutely no doubt that this will continue and progress will be sustained.

More at: Satisfactory progress by primary school – Ofsted


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