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OFSTED UPDATES 2018

Greenwood Academies Trust are delighted with the recent Ofsted outcomes in 2018

Following back to back Ofsted inspections, all with very successful outcomes,  The Trust are extremely proud of all our staff and pupils and delighted that Ofsted have noticed the strengths within our academies. 

Nethergate Academy - OUTSTANDING 

Ofsted awarded Nethergate Academy with a glowing report – rating it as an Outstanding Academy, praising the Principal, TraceyYdlibi, for her strong vision and determination for continuous improvement of the Academy. The report highlighted that theAcademy worked well with its sponsor, Greenwood Academies Trust, since joining last year and their decision to join the Trust has further strengthened and secured school improvement.

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Hazel Leys Academy - GOOD

Hazel Leys have received an Ofsted rating of "Good" following a recent inspection. The report highlighted the on-going support from the Greenwood Academies Trust through “clear and thorough accountability systems” which has complimented the strategic planning by the Principal.

Ofsted said outcomes for students has “improved rapidly” and that staff at Hazel Leys Academy demonstrate “strong subject knowledge”. Inspectors commended the academy for the work they are doing to help pupils look beyond their time at the academy, preparing pupils to become “positive citizens in modern Britain”.

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Mansfield Primary Academy - GOOD

Ofsted inspectors have given the stamp of approval to Mansfield Primary Academy, rating it Good and in particular highlighting the “significant” progress pupils are making in English and mathematics, and the high quality of teaching. The Ofsted report said the Academy was well-placed to improve even further, praising the strong leadership across the Academy. The quality of teaching, use of assessment, and English and maths were all picked out as areas where there had been strong improvement. Inspectors said that the Principal, Mrs Atkinson, has, with the support of other senior leaders, “motivated, guided and challenged staff to improve the quality of teaching and the use of assessment.” Greenwood Academies Trust was also commended for its “detailed knowledge of the Academy”, and how it “challenges and supports the Academy effectively”.

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Mablethorpe Primary Academy - GOOD 

Mablethorpe Primary Academy are celebrating their recent ‘good’ rating by Ofsted.

The report commended both Mablethorpe Primary Academy and its sponsor, Greenwood Academies Trust, for their determination to improve the quality of the Academy’s provision so that the pupils are securely ready for their next steps. Inspectors said that it was ‘very clear that pupils enjoy learning and want to do well’. Catherine Teale, Principal, was delighted with the overall result.

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Bishop Creighton Academy - GOOD

Bishop Creighton Academy is celebrating after receiving a glowing Ofsted report which has seen them go from rated as “Requires Improvement” to “Good” in all areas. This has come after three years of rapid improvement which began after the school’s conversion to an Academy and became part of Greenwood Academies Trust in 2015.

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Ingoldmells Academy - GOOD

Glowing Ofsted report confirms strength of Ingoldmells Academy. Inspectors noted how “Trust leaders have a clear understanding of the Academy’s priorities” and therefore provide “Academy leaders with significant support”. Furthermore, the enthusiasm of teachers to “improve their professional practice through training provided by the Trust” was also highlighted. The high-quality education is also reflected through feedback from parents, collected via Ofsted’s Parent View portal, which stated that “the Academy has wonderful teachers who nurture children’s needs based on their requirements”. Priding itself on providing a well-rounded education to its pupils, the Academy and the Trust were pleased to see that Ofsted also recognised how they offer “memorable experiences beyond the classroom” such as the wide range of extra-curricular opportunities.

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Skegness Junior Academy - GOOD 

Skegness Junior Academy received a glowing Ofsted report today, with inspectors praising the work of the Academy, its Principal, Darren Price, and its sponsor, Greenwood Academies Trust. The report confirms the Academy’s Ofsted rating remains Good. The report highlighted the “good quality of education” and “innovative approach” of the Academy, with inspectors noting the school’s“effective systems” and the dedication and vision of its leadership. The support and guidance of Greenwood Academies Trust was cited as “instrumental”, particularly in the areas of staff development to support the continued success of the Academy. The report also stated that pupils with special educational needs or disabilities receive the specialist support they require.

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Danesholme Junior Academy - GOOD

Danesholme Junior Academy are delighted with the outcome of their recent Ofsted inspection. After two days of rigorous inspection, which included lots of time spent in lessons, meetings with school leaders and consultation with pupils, parents and staff - inspectors concluded that Danesholme Junior Academy is a GOOD school.  Judgments of the academy were good across all areas.

The report states:  The principal has an accurate and detailed understanding of the strengths and areas for development in the school. She uses this knowledge to plan future improvements methodically. The quality of teaching is good overall. Teachers use their strong subject knowledge and plan lessons that build systematically on pupils’ previous learning.

The school provides a wide range of opportunities for pupils to learn about being responsible and aspirational citizens. The school is sponsored by Greenwood Academies Trust (‘the trust’), which has provided effective governance, challenge and support to improve the quality of leadership and teaching since the school joined the trust.

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Rushden Primary Academy

Rushden Primary Academy are delighted about the result of their first Ofsted inspection that rated the Academy as "Good". The brand new Academy was opened in September 2015. Inspectors recognise the support from the Trust in conjunction with the forward planning by the teachers, creating an environment where pupils are "overwhelmingly positive" about their education. The report highlights that the pupils benefit from a well-organised and well thought-out curriculum, which is rich in opportunities for pupils to learn and explore.

Liza Davies, Principal of Rushden Primary Academy, said:

I am delighted that the fantastic efforts of all our brilliant pupils and staff have been recognised by Ofsted. Our academy prides itself on the quality of education we provide to our pupils to ensure they have the best possible start to their education."

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Queensmead Primary Academy

Queensmead Primary Academy celebrates as it receives a glowing Ofsted report. Following on from the Academy's first Ofsted report in 2014, Queensmead Academy continues to be "Good" in all areas. Ofsted recognizes the input from Greenwood Academies Trust, as they provide "effective support" to the Academy and is "committed to ensuring pupils receive an inspirational education" 

An emphasis has been placed on the development of pupils, including their spiritual, moral, social, cultural and personal education. Combined, this encourages them to be thoughtful and proud citizens of the world.

Liz Latham, Principal of Queensmead Primary Academy, said: “We are delighted to have received a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted, which reflects the hard work and dedication of our pupils and staff. I would like to thank our staff, pupils and parents for the parts they have played - this has been a real team effort." 

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