Allington is an outstanding school (July 2022). Pupils and parents alike are very positive about their experiences of the school, often pointing to its ability to foster high academic standards within a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Pupils flourish at this 'remarkably inclusive' school where staff are 'relentlessly ambitious for every pupil'.
Pupils flourish at this inclusive and nurturing school. Staff are united in their ambition for every pupil to achieve their full potential.
Leaders have designed a rich curriculum that includes carefully sequenced knowledge that pupils need to learn.
The wider personal development curriculum is a strength in this school. Leaders take their responsibility for preparing pupils for success in the wider, diverse world very seriously.
Pupils behave exceptionally well across the school and live up to the high expectations leaders have. There is a strong sense of belonging and togetherness. This is demonstrated in the genuine care pupils show towards each other.
Ofsted Report - July 2022
"Allington provides a good quality of education for its pupils. The school sees itself in this way and inspectors agree. Children get off to a good start in the Foundation Stage. Pupils leave the school at the end of Year 6 with standards that are above average. All pupils, including those with learning difficulties, make good progress in their learning. Pupils very much enjoy being at school and their behaviour is excellent. They have positive attitudes and feel safe and valued as individuals. Staff take very good care of pupils."
Ofsted Report - October 2005
"This is a very good school. The pupils achieve high standards in most aspects of their education. They experience a high proportion of very good teaching. The school is very well managed and uses its resources and funding very effectively. It provides good value for money"
Ofsted Report - March 2000
"This is a good school. There is a welcoming environment, a strong sense of community and an ethos where everybody's contribution is valued. Leadership is strong. Pupils are offered a wide range of experiences and their attitudes to work are very good"
Ofsted Report - January 1997
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