Ofsted Reports

St Paul's Community Primary School and Nusery officially academised and joined the Community Inclusive Trust on 1st February 2020.
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As members of C.I.T our purpose is “To put learners first every time”, this requires us to maintain the highest standards of education and care for all children and young adults within the C.I.T family. To achieve this, every effort is made to meet our mission statement – to provide an educational environment where learners come first.

The Community Inclusive Trust ensures that each school within the Trust has a Health Check on an annual basis. Health Checks form the basis on which the school’s trajectory is measured, and is used to assess a full range of school activities.
During a Health Check, reviewers focus on:

1. Overall Effectiveness
2. Leadership & Management
3. Teaching Learning Assessment
4. Personal Development & Welfare
5. Outcome for Pupils

It is the role of the Director of Education to lead this process and collate the information gathered. This formulates evidence trails, and regular meetings are held before and during the Health Check to produce a report at the end of the process.