Ofsted and Performance Data
Our most recent inspection took place in June 2017 and we were graded a ‘Good’ school. The report states:
“Children in the early years enjoy activities that are varied and interesting. This makes them keen to develop their reading, writing, phonics and mathematics skills, both inside and outdoors.”
“Pupils are taught phonics well, which underpins the development of both reading and writing.”
“Pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities have tailored support which helps them to make good progress from their starting points.”
“Pupils focus well on their work and collaborate with each other effectively.”
“Pupils’ behaviour across all parts of the school is good. Conduct during lessons, breaktimes and lunchtimes is consistently positive.”
“Leaders make sure that the school is focused on keeping pupils safe and responds well to pupils’ individual needs. Pupils say that they feel safe and know what to do if they are worried about anything.”
You can view our latest Ofsted report using the below link.
The aim of a school profile was to communicate with parents about the school's progress, priorities and performance.
Profiles are a legal requirement and are completed and published online.
Following the Education Act 2005, the school profile has now replaced the requirement to hold an annual parent's meeting and to produce a governor's annual report.
To see the current school profile for St Dennis Primary Academy follow the link below
Each year, we send a questionnaire to parents to seek your opinion and gather feedback. Your feedback is important to us to ensure that we continue to provide excellent provision for our pupils. OfSTED have a dedicated site where you can give feedback on our school. CLICK HERE to visit Parent View to give your feedback online.