I am writing to let you know that Ms Lisa Moore, Her Majesty’s Inspector visited us on Wednesday 24th February, to monitor how well the school has progressed since the last inspection.
You will be pleased to hear that Ms Moore was very pleased with what we have been doing and the key findings of her visit recognise the progress we have made so far:
“You, the senior leadership team and governors have taken swift action and focused school staff on improving the quality of teaching. The school’s improvement plan is sharply focused on the areas identified at the last inspection. The plan is the result of staff and governors working together effectively and demonstrates the shared drive and ambition for improvement. The actions that are planned and measures of success you have set are relevant and timely. Roles and responsibilities of staff are clearly outlined. Systems for checking the quality of teaching, learning and assessment are rigorous. Leaders show a secure understanding of the characteristics of teaching and learning needed to ensure that the school becomes good.”
Please see attached a full copy of the monitoring visit letter dated 10th March that she wrote to me.
We are indeed, proud of the journey we have made so far and we will continue to work hard, ready for the next full inspection.
I would like to take the opportunity to extend a warm thank you to you for your continued support.
Mrs R Codling
We would like to cordially invite you to join us at a celebratory assembly to mark the festival of Vaisakhi on Thursday, the 14th April at 8.30 am. There will be performance poetry, PowerPoint presentations, traditional and modern music recitals and Kirtan. We have also invited local secondary and primary schools to come and join us on this day. We humbly request your presence in making this special occasion memorable.
Lead Learning for Life& Sikh Ministry
Sardarni Navleen Kaur