Woolston Primary School vows to improve after being failed by Ofsted

The Warrington Guardian reports that Woolston Primary School has been ordered to improve after being failed by Ofsted.

The Hall Road school received an overall score of four – also known as inadequate – the worst that can be given. In the report published today, Ofsted criticised standards of achievement by pupils and the level of progress they make through school. However, the quality of teaching and the behaviour of children were satisfactory, said the report. Ofsted also said that leaders at the school were dealing with staffing problems and that teachers were being monitored.

Recently appointed head teacher Nick Toyne said: “We accept the findings of the report and we remain focused on continuing to make positive changes. I can assure parents that many of the areas that are highlighted for improvement had already been identified and were being addressed.”

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