Berewood Primary School have been praised for their outstanding leadership following an inspection by Ofsted inspectors.
The school, sponsored by the University of Chichester Academy Trust, was given a good rating after a visit in July which tested the quality of learning, development, and outcomes for pupils.
Inspectors also praised the support provided to teachers at the school, which has been overseen by the University since it was opened in 2014.
The report published this week said: “Outstanding leadership has ensured that this new school has flourished quickly, is improving quickly, and serves its growing community to good effect.
“Leaders’ ambitions for pupils including the disadvantaged and those who have special educational needs and/or disabilities, are particularly high.
“The quality of teaching, learning, and assessment is good, pupils benefit from typically effective practice that ensures that they achieve well.”
Ofsted inspectors commented on the positive learning environment at the school where leaders place a firm emphasis on enhancing pupils’ moral, social, and cultural development.
Their report also noted that Berewood’s “impressive curriculum provides a wealth of opportunities that inspire pupils to learn” where students are “happy and confident in the school’s nurturing environment.”
Headteacher Mrs Sue Patrick said: “I was pleased and proud that Ofsted recognised many strengths in our school, the impressive curriculum, outstanding leadership, the extensive skills of our teachers and the good progress our children are making.”

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