School celebrates good rating from Ofsted

Headteacher Jan Thomson and pupils with the letter they received a letter from the minister of state

Headteacher Jan Thomson and pupils with the letter they received a letter from the minister of state for schools. - Credit: Archant

A Nailsea school is delighted to have retained its good rating following an Ofsted inspection.

An inspector visited Kingshill Church School, in Pound Lane, on April 11 and praised the headteacher for having high aspirations for pupils and staff.

The report said ‘highly effective teaching’ has resulted in consistently strong outcomes for pupils.

Kingshill Church School has made it into the top 20 per cent of schools for progress in reading and writing for the past two years.

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A school spokesman said: “We are very pleased with our fantastic Ofsted report.


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“Our high expectations of every pupil means that Kingshill children make excellent progress from their starting points. Behaviour at our school is excellent as is the care we give to each and every pupil.”

Next steps include ensuring additional teaching support accelerates progress for disadvantaged pupils.

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